Whether you're a marathon veteran or a dedicated cyclist, nutrition can make or break your performance. And now that racing is back, fine tuning your pre- and post-workout routine is more important than ever. The question is: What actually works?
Thankfully, we've done our homework and rounded up the latest research on sports nutrition as well as other performance-enhancing tactics like HRV monitoring. While none of these are a replacement for a solid training plan, they can help you get a leg-up on the competition.
Here's to being stronger, faster and fitter in 2022!
More and more people are turning to plants as their predominant source of nutrition. But is it right for athletes? Possibly. However, there are a few extra considerations.
Monitoring metrics such as heart rate, heart rate variability, and sleep can help you get more out of every training session, and minimize your risk of injury.
Getting adequate protein after a workout is paramount for muscle growth and recovery, and protein powder can be a convenient choice. Here's our run down on the best types.
Carbs, caffeine, beets, creatine, and beta-alanine have been shown to improve muscle strength, delay fatigue, and enhance endurance. Learn which ones might be right for you.
Preliminary studies indicate that curcumin, the active compound in turmeric, may help easy muscle soreness and inflammation after a workout. But you'll need more than just a pinch.
Registered Dietitians weigh-in on snacks that are plant-based, and provide adequate protein and carbs for recovery.
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