There's everyday healthy eating, and then there's fueling for triathlon training.
Our staff is going bananas (sorry, we had to) over the new Bare Snacks Crunchy Banana Chips.
Try one of these for products for a convenient way to rev up your recovery routine.
Studies have shown that athletes who eat a substantial breakfast tend to be leaner than those who typically skip it.
GI complaints are among the most common and frequent complaints of endurance athletes, in particular runners.
A new study done on marathon runners suggests consuming tart cherry juice could reduce certain post-race symptoms.
All true tea (as opposed to herbal varieties) comes from one plant: Camellia sinensis. Here are the best to brew.
When used correctly, caffeine can give you a big performance boost on race day.
Research has shown that antioxidant-rich foods offer special benefits to runners and other endurance athletes.
Even the most well-meaning, self-sacrificing, smart triathletes can make nutrition mistakes that prevent them from reaching their goals.
With a plethora of drinks, bars, chews and real food options, confusion abounds.
From artisan chocolate to coffee concoctions, salt is the perfect complement to any sweet treat.
A nutritional timeline—from months out to minutes out from race time—to ensure smooth fueling on the road.
These three products for coffee lovers provide a workout-friendly fix.
Athletes are skipping the over-the-counter meds in favor of natural (and tasty!) anti-inflammatory ingredients.