Salt has a serious PR problem. Salt has been linked with a rise in cases of hypertension, or high blood pressure, in the population at large. Because hypertension is a huge risk factor in all manner of nasty cardiovascular diseases, salt has, by association, taken a great deal of flak for its alleged contribution to … Continue reading Should Athletes Avoid Salt? →
Anytime I have a rough day running I remember the times when I was injured and unable to run at all and I realize how fortunate I am. Even a bad run is a good thing. hansonsrun We did it! The fastest time from the lowest to highest place on the continental United States. 33 … Continue reading Endurance Noise Live: 08.12.20 →
Posted @withregram • @harveylewisultrarunner Post by Tracey Outlaw Mt Whitney.14,505ft.146 miles from Badwater Basin at -282ft. It APPEARS Harvey Lewis has set a new Badwater 146 FKT. (Unofficial). He is safely making his way back down to the portals now. The previous record- a stout one- was held by Marshall Ulrich set in 1991 in 33 hours, 54 minutes. … Continue reading Endurance Noise 08.11.20 →
It’s not uncommon for coaches to have to reel their athletes in rather than push them to perform, so the question remains, when should you prioritize recovery over training? Two of the best indicators for readiness to train are mood and motivation. Before embarking on a new season, or a large block of training, be sure your … Continue reading When Does Recovery Become More Important Than Training? →
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