Month: August 2021

Four Foods To Help Boost Recovery

Recovery is one of the pillars of progression, allowing you to adapt to training and get stronger. And studies show that these foods are nutritional powerhouses for athletes A diet that is rich in anti-inflammatory foods can help support recovery and reduce muscle soreness meaning you can crack on with that next training session, and perform better. Fuelling effectively and allowing the body to rest and recover from your training will give the muscles a chance to repair, adapt and grow stronger. Cherry Good Studies have found that the antioxidants in cherries can reduce the symptoms of muscle induced muscle

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Hate taking sports gels? We asked the GRTW female athlete community what they use to effectively fuel long training rides and runs Fruit and Nut Cases ‘Dried dates are my favourite snack for during a run! Super easy to pack and store, I find them to be gentle on my stomach but packed with easy access simple carbs.’ Angeline Letourneau ‘Trail Mix! I find the blend of nuts (fats) and carbs (raisins) gives a nice blend of sweet/salty and is hearty enough to really keep those long runs on track.’ Mallory Capraro ‘Dried fruit (esp cranberries, cherries, pineapple) mixed with

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woman running on beach with dog

How to Train for a Marathon on a Summer Holiday

On holiday during peak week marathon training and unable to follow your training plan? Don’t sweat it…follow our guide to staying on track even if you can’t follow your training plan Plan It Devise a flexible plan that fits around your lifestyle or work with a coach who can support you with a bespoke, individulised plan that suits you and your commitments. Trying to adhere to a strict training plan that doesn’t allow for any wiggle room adds additional stress and can leave you feeling demotivated if you don’t manage to follow it to the letter. Remember, whilst running can

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