Ah, tags. What a great way to narrow down what you're looking for!
September 9, 2015Many runners end up training anaerobically (not intentionally), at a heart rate above their MAHR. In doing so, they'll burn through glycogen in their muscles and liver (2-3 hours’ worth) instead of relying on fat stores.
June 29, 2015Sodium is important in races several hours in length or longer. I’m a salty sweater, so this research into optimal sodium for runners was worth doing for me. When your sodium levels get low, you can get nauseous, disoriented and experience muscle cramping.
May 28, 2014I joined Twitter for web design and development, but as I became a more active runner and fitness ambassador, I found a huge community of like-minded runners and athletes.