You’re Probably Not Injured: Re-thinking How We Manage Athletic Pain
Athletes have long been conditioned to stop training when they start to feel pain. However, recent research suggests that perhaps the best treatment for an injury is... exercise!
Top 10 Recovery Tips for Runners
If you want to perform at your best, it's important to take your recovery from training sessions as seriously as you take the sessions themselves.
Why Society is Preventing Athletes from Fueling Correctly
With so much information available at our fingertips, athletes and individuals are stopping listening to internal cues. The result is a rise in conditions ranging from REDs to obesity through the general population.
Marathon Nutrition: How to Fuel Your Next Race Like a Pro
There’s nothing stopping you from taking minutes off your marathon finishing times by elevating your nutrition game.
Eat Healthy! Five Delicious Evening Meal Ideas for Athletes
Food is integral to performance, which why having delicious dinners that are nutrient dense, support recovery, and help to prepare your muscles for training is so essential.
The Rise in REDs and Why Athletes Should Be Aware of It
As awareness of the condition increases, more and more athletes are being diagnosed with REDs. But while what an athlete eats is a contributory factor to REDs, it is not the only thing you need to be aware of.
Why You Should Avoid Fasted Training
If you are an endurance athlete, you have probably heard of the term “fasted training” or ‘Intermittent Fasting’. While both have been heralded as advantageous to performance and health, is that really the case?
How to Fuel for an Ironman Triathlon
Most people are aware of the role nutrition plays with regards to fueling and recovery, but many do not understand how integral it is for optimal performance.
Does Heel Striking Cause Running Injuries?
Despite plenty of opinion to the contrary, there is plenty of evidence out there that heel striking does not cause a significant increase in run injuries.
Is Running Bad for Your Knees?
Is running really bad for your knees and what can you do to guarantee long-term knee health?
Avoid Making These Common Nutrition Mistakes
Nutrition is one of those topics that is always going to be controversial. Like politics, everyone has an opinion and there is often not a definitive answer.
Understanding Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-s)
Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport or RED-s is still a relatively new term in the world of health and fixtness; however, it is a condition that is on the increase, with many athletes coming forward having been diagnosed.
Beyond Mileage: Embracing an Holistic Approach to Training
Embracing a holistic approach to training will hurtle you across the physical or metaphorical finish line in a faster, healthier, and more satisfying way
How to Mentally Deal with an Injury
When it comes to mentally getting through injuries and finding the humor along the way, there are five key steps
Think You Might Be Injured? What To Do Now
Being an athlete almost certainly means you will get injured. It’s an unfortunate reality of an athletic life. This article lists 9 tips for athletes to navigate the injury game.
Five Rules for Fueling Long Runs
Rules that are beneficial to any athlete whether you’re running ten miles a week, or one hundred miles.
What Post-Workout Nutrition Looks Like
We eat first with our eyes. Which is probably what’s so disappointing about the often-numerical answer when we ask: “What should a recovery meal look like?”
Eat Like a Pro: Ted King’s Simple Advice
Ted King shares some simple yet extremely valuable advice about the food you eat to fuel yourself for the long days in the saddle.