Endurance

  • Could You Do The World’s Toughest Footraces?

    By Charlotte Campbell | In Endurance, Training | on June 22, 2017

    The World’s Toughest Footraces In our competitive world, it seems that a marathon is no longer a big deal to those into running. Ultramarathons and races that combine distance, agility and testing surroundings are the new 26.2 mile run. So, could you take on these extreme footraces? Or does just looking at them give you […]

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  • Written by Laura Isherwood Nutrition Tips For Runners So you’ve started running. You’ve signed up for your next big challenge by entering a race? Or you’ve just decided that enough’s enough and you need to fit in those jeans that are hiding at the back of your wardrobe? The majority of new runners will focus […]

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  • Fat Adaptation and Endurance Performance

    By Myprotein | In Endurance, Training | on May 30, 2017

    Written by Liam Darville Endurance Performance Submaximal events rely heavily on fat oxidation as a fuel. The human body, even when relatively lean, contains huge reserves of energy in the form of fat. The ability to utilise fats for energy is, therefore, of great benefit to athletes performing activities of a submaximal intensity. Background   […]

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  • Carbohydrate Intake For Endurance Athletes

    By Myprotein | In Endurance, Nutrition | on May 25, 2017

    Written by Liam Darville Carbohydrate Intake Carbohydrate (CHO) has long been associated with improved endurance performance, particularly at high intensities. Runners, cyclists and rowers consistently found to experience improvements in a variety of aspects e.g. power output, following high CHO diets or following CHO supplementation. Not all exercise requires the same approach though, duration, exercise […]

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  • Top Ways To Shake Up Your Running Routine

    By Myprotein | In Endurance, Training | on May 3, 2017

    Written by Charlotte Campbell Shake Up Your Running Routine Cardio is fantastic for fitness. It boosts your heart and increases your lung’s capacity. For those trying to lose weight, running is a simple way to burn those calories. Not only that, but running is often cited as positive for the mind, too. It allows you […]

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  • Spring Into Your Endurance Training

    By Myprotein | In Endurance, Training | on April 7, 2017

    Written by James Kuhlwilm Spring Endurance Training With the days drawing out and at least the potential for the air to get warmer, it is time to turn your endurance training up a notch. Race season is around the corner and it is the perfect time to be refining and adding the more delicate touches […]

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  • Written by Lee Grantham 5 Simple Ways To Increase Your Pace Running is a natural activity that’s somehow become unfamiliar to most. The best way to improve is to enjoy what you are doing and to do that with running it is key to master the basics.   Everyone runs slightly differently, so you need to […]

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  • The benefits of running are vast, often discussed, written about and rarely disputed. Improving your health, preventing diseases, losing weight, gaining confidence, reducing or eliminating depression and stress. Running is good for heart health, it improves joint strength, muscle tone and especially leg, glute and core strength is developed. The “runner’s high” is, in fact, […]

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