May 29 2016
Want a cleaner diet? Try these five tricks.
Put away the doll plates – eating small meals throughout the day will not speed your metabolism, say researchers. A study out of the United Kingdom looked at the metabolism of women who ate 5 small meals a day compared to women who ate only two larger meals. The difference? There was none. If you’re trying to fan the flames of your metabolism, hit the weights instead. Strength-training only two times a week has been proven to increase metabolism by up to 50 percent!
By Team WR May 24 2016
Some seem obvious, while others might be something new to try.
By Nicki Miller May 20 2016
We tested more than 50 products from nearly as many brands to let you in on the best ones out there.
By Team WR May 19 2016
But wait—weren't they always healthy? According to the FDA, apparently not.
By Matt Kadey, RD May 19 2016
Fueling properly doesn't have to be a drag—here are some tips on how to do it and how to make your own fuel.
By Kathleen Woods May 18 2016
Some are great for you, and some are great candy alternatives. Here are some pros and cons.
By Matt Kadey, RD May 18 2016
Republished with permission of VeloPress from Rocket Fuel: Power-Packed Food for Sports and Adventure by Matt Kadey, RD. See more recipes
By Matt Kadey, RD May 16 2016
Sweet potato tots during your next run? Don't mind if we do!
By Matt Fitzgerald May 16 2016
There are tons of supplements out there—how do you know which ones to buy?
By Matt Kadey, RD May 15 2016
Bet you never considered this a go-to pre-run meal.
By Fara Rosenzweig May 12 2016
Completely unplug from the daily grind without worrying that you are undoing all of your hard work.
By MATT KADEY, RD May 11 2016
If you’re going to be running for a longer duration—more than 60 minutes—it can be helpful to bring along something tasty.
By Natalie Mitchell April 20 2016
Courtesy of Nat Runs Far I love sweet potatoes. When I am training for a marathon, sweet potatoes are a huge part of my diet. Sweet
By Fara Rosenzweig April 14 2016
Wait, there's a difference? Actually there is—here's how to tell which one you need.