Two days of unforgettable trail running through the Mabalingwe Big 5 Nature Reserve.
Foolproof advice to keep you motivated and on track…
The number-one injury experience by Runners World readers: iliotibial band syndrome (ITB). This simple routine addresses that common trouble spot.
Toss out high-fat condiments, plant a salad, and other smart moves.
Every runner has an eating personlity – how do you make the most of it?
Many foods have a bad rap – but some are actually healthy choices for runners.
Is diet cooldrink okay if I’m trying to lose weight?
According to the experts it doesn’t matter when you eat, it’s what you eat that’s key.
Rushed with time and need to eat at your desk? Here’s how to eat right on the job.
No matter how much you may think you deserve a fat, juicy roll after a run, there are much healthier alternatives that taste just as good but won’t put the kilograms on that you worked so hard to lose. – By Karen Protheroe
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day – so why do you skip it?!
What is your Eating Personality? Do you stick to a meal plan, and record what you eat? Then you may be a Well-planned Eater.
What is your eating personality? Do you feel the need to treat yourself after a tough workout? Then you may be an Indulgent Eater.
What is you eating personality? Do you restrict your daily intake and limit your fat intake? Then you may be a restrictive eater.
Do you drink chocolate milk for recovery after a run or workout?
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