It turns out serving your smoothie in a bowl versus a cup keeps you feeling full, longer!
Shortly after finishing a tough run, it’s vital to flood your body with recovery nutrients as soon as possible.
Fueling properly doesn't have to be a drag—here are some tips on how to do it and how to make your own fuel.
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Bet you never considered this a go-to pre-run meal.
There is a broad movement in sports nutrition toward once again embracing real food.
You should also fuel your body—150 to 300 of slow-releasing calories 30 to 60 minutes in advance.