After I finish a workout I’m just plain nauseous. Between the heat and the workout the last thing I want is food. I know eating will help me recover, but I just struggle to do it.
An intense workout can really leave
It’s lunchtime—snatch up that gym bag and make a beeline for the door. You could set records if changing your clothes were a race. During your run, your mind races with calculations: Running an extra half mile more at
One long run approach I’ve found useful is the “glycogen-depleting” long run. The premise is to carry out fueling (or lack of) such that this long run exhausts your glycogen stores differently than does a standard lo
Awareness through fueling
A long overdue visit to a well-known physician at the University of Washington for a neglected injury introduced me to a new form of therapy. The physician said, “Please go see Barbara, she is