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In the world of endurance sports, 35-year-old ultramarathon runner Courtney Dauwalter has established a reputation for herself thanks to her distinctive diet and training regimen. She has recently risen to become one of the best athletes in the world, despite always competing in her trademark loose-fitting T-shirt and basketball shorts.
Drinking alcohol in moderation does not necessarily imply that you cannot gain muscle. However, there is no definitive evidence currently available on the impact of moderate alcohol intake (one to two beers) on muscle development.
Are you looking for ways to improve your performance, reduce injury risk, and boost your energy levels? Chronic inflammation could be the culprit. But fear not, sports dietitian Teri Lichtenstein suggests incorporating anti-inflammatory foods into your diet to help you feel better and perform at your best. Research has shown that a diet rich in antioxidants and fiber can help reduce inflammation. 
If you're looking for a snack to give you an energy boost during a mid-run, it can be challenging to find something that's easy to digest and provides enough energy, especially if you're running a marathon. To help, we've compiled a list of 17 unexpected mid-run snacks that can help you perform better.
According to Tommy Rodgers, a registered dietitian and coach, what you eat after exercise can affect how well you recover and how hard you can train the next day. Glycogen stores need to be replenished, and muscle breakdown minimized. It is more complicated to determine the amount and timing of the post-run snack, but a small snack or meal with protein, carbohydrates, and good nutritional value should suffice.
Are you a runner looking for a tasty and energizing breakfast to fuel your training and start your day on the right foot? Look no further! We've compiled a list of ten delicious and runner-friendly breakfast ideas that will keep you satisfied and energized throughout your runs
Carbohydrates are crucial for runners, and hitting the wall due to fatigue can happen when a runner runs out of carbohydrates. During marathon week, runners should pay special attention to their carbohydrate intake. Carb loading is the traditional practice of runners eating more carbohydrates in the days leading up to a race to maximize glycogen stores. Runners racing for over 90 minutes should consider carbohydrate loading, as carbohydrates are stored as glycogen in the liver and muscles and are the primary source of fuel for muscles during a race. Carb loading can help delay fatigue.
MATT FITZGERALD – Runner’s Tribe Matt Fitzgerald is an acclaimed endurance sports coach, nutritionist, and author. His many books include The Endurance Diet, 80/20 Running, and How Bad Do You Want It?  Recently I was invited to comment on the standard breakfast menus of several top ultrarunners for an article published on the REI Co-op...
There are different reasons that when men might develop conditions of cardiac ailments. Our heart is very sensitive to external stimuli, getting affected from different activity that we do the food you are eating or the activities you are doing come up it also makes your heart get influenced.  And...
By Danielle De Francesco. Article re-published with permission from Pogo Physio.   Iron deficiency is a common problem amongst athletes, particularly female athletes, endurance athletes, and those on a plant-based diet. Iron plays several essential roles in the body, including transportation and delivery of oxygen to working muscles, and energy production. Studies...