Your workout snack is totally your call—successful athletes have been kicking ass on all types of fuel as far back as we can tell. So whether it's Gu or Mr. Goodbar that you take down on mile 12 is your call.
There has to be a better way for runners to get caffeine than through coffee and energy drinks. That better way is Run Gum, a candy-coated gum that packs 50 mg of caffeine into every piece.
The people who crowded the second-annual Biohacking Conference may be drinking snake oil or actually onto something. One thing is certain: This is one of the fittest, most attractive group of...
Most diets don't work. It might be the fact that athletes are hard-wired to eat more junk and will power isn’t enough to stop craving high-calorie foods. But simple foods swaps are.
Long shunned by endurance athletes looking to stay lean, the enemy is having a moment
Put down the GU. Step away from the Sports Beans. Leave the Gatorade at home. New studies show you stand to gain athletically from skipping carbs strategically.
If breakfast now isn’t the all-important morning meal we’ve been told it is all these years, then what is it really necessary for?
Like the true elites they are, professional runners Sara and Ryan Hall’s food obsession runs circles around us mid-packers’. Not only do these two run faster than you, they also eat better.
Want to boost your smoothie? These little powerhouses are packed with nutrients.
According to a recent paper in the Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine, running while drunk is no more taxing on the body than sitting while drunk.But really, even though it may not be the...
Before Dr. Robert Atkins launched his low-carb diet in 1972, there was Banting, the fat British man who needed to slim down, so his doc put him on a high fat-low carb (HFLC) diet. Presto change-o, he...
It’s conventional wisdom that what you eat before, during, and after exercise effects both performance and recovery.
Starchy foods get a bad rap. White bread and potatoes are devoid of nutrients, critics say, while the Paleo crowd eshews legumes and grains as unnecessary for the "ideal" human diet.
Is the newest fitness beverage just another money-grab, or is it actually getting to the heart of smart rehydration?
Sports nutrition companies have been hawking health-in-a-pill for years with no evidence that their products work at all. And they're getting into possibly-illegal territory, but they just might get...