Are you looking for ways to increase your muscle mass? A diet moderate in protein will help, but scientific research shows that a high protein diet will not build bigger muscles. While muscles are made of protein, eating more than you need… Read More ›
Will running on empty burn a greater amount of body fat, leaving you ultimately leaner, faster?
Practicing your pregame meal perfects your performance when it comes time for the real deal. Learn the food science behind the 3-4 hour recommendation.
Ha, I got your attention and yes of course we are! Research linking optimal brain function to exercise continues to mount. More importantly, exercise that is aerobic in nature like running, biking, hiking, aerobics classes, and swimming shows greater improvement… Read More ›
In the Diabetic Runner, part 1 we reviewed the importance of maintaining a diary that measures blood glucose response based on food, fluid, activity and medication. It was identified that many diabetics feel most comfortable when their blood glucose ranges… Read More ›
Correctly matching fuel intake to your run before, during, and after exercise is a challenge that becomes even more important for the diabetic athlete. Fuel efficiency and performance is optimized when blood glucose concentrations range between 70 mg/dL to 180 mg/dL…. Read More ›