Everything you eat 24 hours before your race is extremely important because it could set you up for success or it could ruin your whole race.
As a long distance runner what I eat the night before a big race is crucial for fueling my body because this is one of the last chances I get to give it the right nutrients to perform at its best.
Another recovery week is behind me… But now it seems that I’ll have a full month of recovery instead of just a couple of weeks.
On Monday I went for an easy 7 mile run and I felt fine but when I tried to do the same on Tuesday I ended up walking back home. The pain on the outside of my right knee was so intense that I couldn’t even jog. I iced it, used the foam roller and three days later, when the pain was gone, I tried to go again but the same thing happened.
Last week we made miso soup twice and I wanted to share with you our recipe. It’ll only take you a few minutes to make! This is a great dinner by itself or as an appetizer… Don’t abuse from it since it’s high in sodium!
Hi everyone! I’m happy to announce that I’m not a Thanksgiving virgin anymore 🙂
Yesterday we had the most wonderful day. Bobby and I woke up at 6:45 am, had our lime water and got ready to go to the Turkey Trot to run 4 miles in a 30 degree weather (-1F). It was a beautiful winter morning with not even one cloud in the sky… perfect for Bobby’s first race!
There is so much information going around about organic, conventional and GMO produce that sometimes it can get a little bit overwhelming. Ideally, we will just buy and eat organic fruits and veggies, but that can get very expensive.