Runaway runner stopped by giant cakes of tofu - It was supposed to be a routine 10-mile point-to-point downhill training run, one that 43-year-old Sedric Sankie, who craved the fast pace, had been doing a couple times a month. His wife Julie would drive him up to the start from their home in town. Then she'd wait for him five miles down the hill where he'd stop for water and a gulp of sport drink. But this time it would be different.
Running nutrition - Nutrition can determine the success or the failure of a running performance. As a matter of fact, eating the proper way and the proper foods can help a runner recover and perform better, repair muscles and maintain the right energy level. Here is a growing collection of articles about nutrition for runners.
Nutrition for injured athletes - Being injured is one of the hardest parts of being an athlete. If you are unable to exercise due to broken bones, knee surgery, stress fracture, or concussion, you may wonder: What can I eat to heal quickly? How can I avoid getting fat while I'm unable to exercise? Should I be taking supplements? This article will address those concerns, plus more.
Are you a sedentary runner? - Imagine this: a lean, fit runner who trains hard, eats heartily, and does not fret about getting fat. While this image holds true for some runners, it seems far from reality for others.
Honesty of the long-distance runner - Is winning all that counts? Spanish athlete Iván Fernández Anaya was running second, some distance behind race leader Abel Mutai who mistakenly pull up before the finish, thinking he had already crossed the line. Anaya quickly caught up with him, guided the Kenyan to the line and let him cross first.