By under-fueling, you’re not only impacting your performance, but also risking your body responding to the colder environment in a less-than-ideal manner. You may even find yourself feeling colder or having more difficulty warming up as you venture outdoors when the temperature drops.
Most athletes know they need protein for recovery, but there's a lot of conflicting information floating around the interwebs as to exactly how much we need to recover from workouts, get stronger, and perform optimally. Thankfully we have Amity Warme to help cut through the cloud of misinformation with the following simple and straightforward evidence-based recommendations.
Protein is one of the most misunderstood and underestimated parts of the diet. Jen Kates breaks it down to show why it's important and how much you need -- regardless of whether your a desk jockey, weekend warrior, or elite endurance athlete.
With temperatures rising, it's a good time to remember to refrigerate your Enduro Bites to maintain their fresh-made, mouthwatering taste. Like other fresh, preservative-free foods, Enduro Bites should be refrigerated if you don't plan on eating them within a few weeks of purchase. For long-term storage – a few months or more – freezing is appropriate. One of Enduro Bites’ defining characteristics is that they are handcrafted daily in small batches. This guarantees you get the freshest endurance food possible. And, no surprise, fresh food tastes better.
Winter is here, which means that many of you include a winter strength training program to supplement your endurance training in the off-season. You may be lifting more (and heavier) weights, spending more time in the saddle indoors on your trainer, trail running in snow, or participating in a variety of other snow sports. No matter what training you do in your off-season, you need to make sure you optimize your recovery.