Hey guys! My brother is a freshman running at the University of Richmond. He obviously has been EXHAUSTED lately between his training, and school work. Any advice on daily vitamins to take as a runner?! Thanks - Alexa
I've been running for a couple of years now and have been incorporating healthy eating to lose a little bit of wait. However, I find it more exhausting to actually find a meal to eat, whether it is to replenish my body from my run, or just choose the right meals for the rest of the day. A lot of websties list meals that either take too long to make, or include ingredients that I don't have. Does anyone have suggestions on how to take the pressure off of finding just the right meal or snack? I want to know what I am looking for when I go to eat. Thanks!
Does anyone have any ideas on how to start a personal conversation on weight management with a high school boy cross country runner? I have a kid who works harder than anyone on the team and he is over weight. I have had specific conversations with the team about nutrition and he has never said anything about his weight or asked any questions about it. Do I wait for him to ask about weight loss or do I bring up the subject on my own? He is a 14 year old Freshman in High School.
Has anyone had an experience of low Vitamin D and extreme fatigue? I recently had some bloodwork done that indicated that I had extreme low levels of Vitamin D. I am thinking this might be part of the reason for the slow running season I have had this spring. Does anyone know any foods that might help in addition to a high dose Vitamin D sumplement I am now going to be taking once a week?