In this video, Dr. John Berardi explains why it's OK, and even beneficial, to eat more often. Learn how spacing out meals can produce better results in your workouts while helping reduce overeating and lowering stress levels.
A recent study validates the diet quality concept for weight control. Written by: Matt Fitzgerald Some foods promote weight gain. Snack chips, candy, soft drinks—call these low-quality foods. Other foods tend to prevent weight gain. Fruits, vegetables, whole grains—call these high-quality foods. One would expect people who eat lots of low-quality foods and not a […]
What’s the deal with caffeine? Does it truly improve race times and help with training? If it does improve performance can we dose up on caffeine and not have any worries about getting caught? Is it a banned substance? Are there any major side effects with taking large amounts of caffeine? Written by Tim Mickleborough […]
In this video Racing Weight author Matt Fitzgerald discusses the importance of breakfast in an endurance athlete's diet. Studies have shown that athletes who eat a substantial breakfast tend to be leaner than those tho typically skip it.
In this video Dr. John Berardi breaks down the benefits of drinking a fresh cup of tea. Learn what types of tea are best for endurance athletes, as well as the most efficient way to make tea and how to get the most out of your daily cup.
When the average runner thinks of sports nutrition, he usually thinks about supplements, sports drinks, bars, gels, and so forth. That’s unfortunate, because real food is what matters most for runners. A balanced diet of natural foods, mainly fruits and vegetables, is the one thing every runner needs nutritionally to establish a foundation for health […]