3 Strategies for Healthier Joints

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It’s quite possible one of the most common complaints I hear from runners, other than sore muscles and fatigue, is connected to joint pain of some sort. Runners Knee, a term coined for patellofemoral pain syndrome displaying as a dull pain behind/around the kneecap, is the most common issue suffered by runners. But there are plenty of other areas where things go awry …

Does Eating all the Fat help us to Run Faster?

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GUEST POST BY DEVON MCGUIRE Ditch the carbs… Eat all the fat… And get faster?! Sounds a little backwards, right? Not necessarily. Fat-loading (followed by carb loading) has been shown to be a great method to help us run faster, and run stronger… Two things we’re all trying to do as runners, right?! Historically as distance runners we’ve been told …

How to Fuel Your Big Race (Carb-Loading 101)

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One of the most common questions I get is how to eat before a big race. Specifically, should I be ‘carb-loading’ the week before a race (and what does that really even mean)? What to eat the night before? The morning of? Does that mean I can eat more cookies? More oat bars?!! Carb-loading is essentially the practice of eating enough …

Fats & Oils: Fat as Running Fuel

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Last week, in part 1 of this 3-part Fats & Oils series, I wrote on why we absolutely need fat in our diets and specifically honed in on the benefits of coconut oil. However coconut oil is certainly not the “only” or “best” fat we should be eating. In fact, while it continues to gain popularity, it is still a processed product …