To Goo or not to Goo
Cynthia Bates, Whole Body Health
Today I went out to talk to runners training for the marathon. One of the questions that came up was “to Goo or not to Goo” - what do you do to sustain energy on a long run?
Let's start first with the physiology of the digestive system. Digestion is one of the bodies long-term ...
Hello! This is Monica from Run, Eat, Repeat (www.runeatrepeat.com) . I write a little blog about my two favorite things – running and eating. Sometimes these two topics collide in a great way when I have to figure out what to eat before I run. My go to meal is Salt Carbs.
The night before a long run or race I swear by salt carbs. I believe in carb loading, but I also make sure that I eat enough salt as I sweat abnormal amounts ;)
My go-to meal is a big stir-fry with tofu, veggies and copious amounts of brown rice with soy sauce. It doesn’t hurt that this is one of my favorite meals too!
I can’t sleep, I worry about every little twinge in my body and I’m too distracted to even pack. In a word, I’m tapering. Ah, the taper – you either love it or hate it. It drives me a little nuts since I feel like I have all this extra time, but I fill most of that with fretting about whether my goal pace is appropriate or backpedal...
Ryan DeMatteo, Yoga Instructor
I would not call myself a runner, though like many I have participated in the act before. Running is of a universal language for many species living on our planet. The banana slug may not speak it, but it may be that running (like everything) is relative. Maybe that slug is running? Maybe ...
Running for Weight Loss
Warning: Patience Required.
Daniel Howell, Dietitian
Thinking about becoming a pavement pusher to become fit and lose weight?
Yes, when it comes to weight loss, running encompasses all that is right in this world. The word is out...because the sport of running has exploded. According ...
People are always asking me if I work for the marathon full time. “Does it really take a year to plan The Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon
?” Usually, I say “No, it takes 51 weeks to plan the Marathon and 1 week to clean it up!”