Lessons Learned from (my time as) an Injured Runner

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Injuries suck. I think every runner and athlete can agree with this sentiment. Whether an injury pops up mid-season, pre-season, or off-season, it can put the brakes on all the hard work you’ve put towards achieving your goals. I know because I’ve been there. But I’ve also come out the other side and am now 100% healthy and injury-free! Although …

Why You Probably Want to be Eating More Nutrient Dense Foods

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Here on the Eat 2 Run blog I find myself talking a lot about performance nutrition. However in seminars and workshops, I often present on the basic ‘rules’ we might apply to our daily food selection that will help us to build stronger, healthier bodies more resilient to injury. And truth be told, it really is what we eat on a daily basis that …

Top 10 Nutrient Dense Foods

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As some of you are already aware, I am a huge fan of using nutrient density as a determining factor in what I choose to eat. In case you’re not totally clear on what nutrient dense foods are, let me clarify… In a nutshell, nutrient density is a measure of how many nutrients are present in a certain food per calorie. Nutrient dense foods …

Your Racing Weight

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Do you know what your racing weight is? Are you there? If not, how many pounds away from your ideal body composition are you? Do you even really know what your racing weight should be? And then how do you get there?!! Ah, so many questions! Let’s find some answers. Your racing weight is the weight and body fat percentage …