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The mid-season break and why you need it

By Luke Ehgoetz So the sun is out, the birds are singing and the temperature has finally and consistently warmed up. You’ve put in some great weeks (or even months) of training since coming out of your basement in the spring and it’s likely you have a race or two under your belt so far […]

Stress Fracture Nutrition: Prevention & Recovery

Abrupt increases in training duration, intensity and/or frequency of physical activity without adequate periods for rest and recovery can lead to micro cracks or stress fractures.  This is because the rate of bone healing or recovery is unable to keep up with the rate of breakdown that is caused by the repetitive stress placed upon […]

The Training Diet Leading Up to the Event: Practice What You Eat

Your day to day training diet leading up to an event is where you figure out what, when and how much you will eat and drink at the actual event. The purpose is to understand how timing and combinations of foods and fluids work for YOU. The following goals and guidelines will help set you […]