Maintaining your hydration status is of utmost importance to both your overall health and athletic performance. In fact, studies have consistently confirmed the link between hydration status and athletic performance in activities ranging from submaximal exercise to maximal-intensity aerobic performance in both warm and hot environments. But how much should you drinking and when should you be drinking it? We explore these questions in this post, adapted from High-Performance Nutrition for Masters Athletes.
In order to perform at your best as an athlete, it is important that recovery is incorporated into your training plan. Not leaving sufficient time to recover between training sessions or competitions could lead to poor performance. In this post adapted from NSCA’s Essentials of Sport Science we explore different recovery strategies for athletes.
Running coach Jack Daniels has been described as ‘the world’s best running coach’ by 1968 Boston Marathon Winner and previous editor of Runner’s World, Amby Burfoot. In this post Jack Daniels provides what he has coined Daniels’ basic laws of running, adapted from the 4th edition of Daniels’ Running Formula.