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Twelve years ago, I had a Michael Phelps moment. I was eating nearly twice as much food and still feeling famished all day (I didn’t gain a pound, either).

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Running is exciting because it’s cumulative; what you do this week helps you next month. And your training next month helps you next year!

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Nutrition is an area full of myths and rumors, particularly when it comes to supplements for runners. Here’s how to navigate through the confusion to find exactly what you need.

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Running is simple – but it ain’t easy. Nutrition is similar: simplicity is far more effective but hard to find. It’s like we pride ourselves on making things harder than they need to be…

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Time flies, days, night, weeks and weekends are getting way too short... I started writing these lines on day 61 of my journey toward fat adaptation, right on 2 months, but it's already day 84 this Thursday, better get this post out before I reach the 3-month milestone!

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The average human male needs about 2,500 calories a day to support his weight and metabolism. Jesse Thomas eats more than double that.

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No, I didn't run an ultra this weekend, I didn't push the physical limits like other did for instance at the 24-hour World Championships or the California International Marathon. Actually I didn't run at all since my fast, albeit 0.1-mile short,

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Can we all agree that running is hard? Whether you’re training for a 5k or running up a staircase built into a mountain (see below), running has its unique challenges.

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I’m a proud omnivore. I firmly believe that eating a balanced, “whole-foods” diet is the key to both long-term health and improved running performance.

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The next big frontier of performance improvements is likely to come from nutrition – not training.

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This year we’re focusing on fundamentals – the bedrock principles that make you a better, faster, healthier runner.

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My college coach used to say, “Don’t burn the candle at both ends.” What he really meant was, “Don’t drink too much and stay up late chasing girls.

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Matt Fitzgerald (sports nutritionist, writer, athlete, coach) hits another home run with his latest book, “The Endurance Diet: Discover the 5 Core Habits of the World’s Greatest Athletes to Look, Feel and Perform Better”.  (Whew, that was an endurance title).  Matt took the last two years to do in depth with the top endurance athletes from […]

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Why are nutrition and diet so complex? No matter where you look online, there’s conflicting advice on how to eat.

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Have you ever gone to the grocery store when you were absolutely famished?

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You just ran a local 5k and you’re at brunch with friends, talking about how you’re training has went over the last few weeks.

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Training for my Western States/Leadville double this summer is starting to heat up. I managed to get in 70.6 miles this week, capping it all off with a zippy 20-miler in which I paced a buddy, Mark T., on a Boston "simulation run" in the area of Chatfield Reservoir. I felt good pretty much the whole way. Being ski season, I'm getting in the miles when I can and trying to enjoy the slopes on ski weekends (without worrying about not running).

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