A new breed of trackers aims to help you optimize performance through diet.
You plan every element of your pre- and mid-race fueling meticulously. But what about how to eat after you've crossed the finish line?
We know we lose a lot of sweat when we run, especially the extreme distances of ultramarathons. So how should you strategize salt replacement?
Eating right looks different for athletes, and following vague nutrition maxims can have a surprisingly negative impact
When I spent a month in Italy, I expected to find great food. What I didn't expect was for that food to be great running fuel, too.
By planning the timing and amount of the fiber you eat, you can avoid discomfort and potential on-the-run mishaps.
These seven foods make a great addition to a balanced diet, sneaking in extra helpings of important nutrients.
We've all heard about that 30-minute window when we're "supposed" to eat after a run. But how important is that time frame really?
A step-by-step guide to keep in mind when picking the right fuel for your next adventure.
Yes, we can overcome serious food and body issues, but it takes work.
For years there’s been a dearth of scientific research on what female bodies need for optimal performance. Here’s what we now know about how women runners should fuel their bodies differently from men.
Check out Kylee Van Horn RDN's author page.
Looking to take your nutrition to the next level? Get the low-down on all things fueling from our resident sports nutritionist.
Replace gels with this recipe for real food maple apple cinnamon whole food blend.
When it comes to fueling brag-worthy runs, sometimes natural selection works in your favor. Here are real-food options shown to assist top-notch performances as well as sports energy products.
This nighttime powder can help ease you into dreamland and better next-day workouts
Athletes are sipping CBD before bedtime to max out their post-workout recovery.
Check out Patrick Wilson's author page.