We are all looking for that training edge. The fuels that power our workout and race are a good place to look for that edge. Superfood seeds can be one way to maximize the nutritional value of your training diet. Consider adding these seeds to your current nutritional plan, these superfood seeds will help combat free radicals and promote post workout recovery.
Finding the Fire (Again)
As a serious lifetime runner, I find myself in the ultimate runner’s struggle. I can’t find a reason to get my running shoes on. I’ve tried every scheme that my extensive tool box offers. It's odd for me because for 35+ years running has been a defining characteristic of *me.* I started running, along with my sister before being a wife and mother, before being an adult. Through the years running was the constant. Sure, there were times when motivation waned or life got too busy but never for very long.
Superfood Seeds – Nutrition for Athletes
Superfood seeds can power your workout and recovery. Try adding these seeds to your diet and get a natural boost. Photo Source: naturalbalancefoods.co.uk
USATF Mountain Running Championships – Fuel 100 Athletes Setting the Pace
Joseph Gray running a tune-up race in preparation for the USATF Mountain Running Championships that will be held July 3, 2016 at the Loon Mountain Resort in Lincoln, New Hampshire.
The USATF Mountain Running Championships will be held July 3, 2016 at the Loon Mountain Resort in Lincoln, New Hampshire. Join Fuel 100 Electro-Bites in supporting our sponsored athletes Joe Gray and Nancy Hobbs as they test their metal against the best runners in the country on one of the toughest courses in the world.
Build Endurance for Your Summer
Summer is here and you will want to get outside and enjoy the weather and comradery of friends and family. The only problem is that winter and a hectic work schedule has reduced your fitness level. Not to fear, build endurance needed for your summer adventures with these fitness tips.
Michelle's Tahoe 200 Race Report
The Tahoe 200 started September 5, 2014 and was the first ever 200 mile single loop course in the United States. Circumnavigating the varied terrain around the astoundingly beautiful Lake Tahoe it also had 40,000 feet vertical gain. Runners would have 100 hours to complete the course.
So many variables can impact an ultra and they are exponential as the mileage increases. I planned my dropped bags meticulously, brought the best crew (sister and husband), employed my expert knowledge in hydration and nutrition management, and approached the race with an “I will finish” attitude.