The research article "Ice Slurry Ingestion Increases Core Temperature Capacity and Running Time in the Heat" was published last April in the Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise journal. It's a study that compare
According to an interesting article published in the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism carbohydrate intake may not be sufficient for many elite triathletes.
The article published last Aug
There's been a lot of talk about recent information on the response to swishing, spitting, or swallowing your sports drink. Based on recent research from the American College of Sports Medicine published this month, you'r
Have you ever noticed a lot of the nutrition research available has been conducted on cyclists? This could lead to the question - "Does it apply to running?"
The Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise journal answered
Since coconut water contains electrolytes like potassium, sodium, magnesium, calcium, and phosphorus as well as a little carbohydrates it's been coined as "nature's sports drink." It's true it can serve a purpose during
It may sound a little strange at first, but this could be a nice option for those who really struggle with ingesting carbohydrates on the run. According to a summary of research, the brain will respond to spitting out a m
Last week I visited my doctor for my yearly checkup. I decided to ask him for some lab work to check if my iron levels were normal. It's one of those things I questioned, but of course there is no way to know for sure wi