From coffee because it's great for your gut to pomegranate, they've got you covered.
“I always say practice the three Rs of recovery – rehydrate, refuel, and repair,”
It's the college dining hall all over again for some athletes as an endless supply of free junk food like McDonald's too hard for them to pass up.
Hall says he hash more energy now, has fixed his testosterone levels and is eating more now than when he was running 20-miles a day. Sara Hall says they used to call Ryan a "dead man walking", but now his nickname is "Shrek."
*MB: Ryan Hall: a dozen eggs per day (yes, that's 84 eggs per week !!!!)
Noakes' views on diet have become very controversial in South Africa after he wrote a top-selling book, The Real Meal Revolution and he could now lose his medical license.
Wright analyzes how eating disorders can "attack" a person and become part of their identity and suggests what they need to overcome it is "love".
Some good advice from elites and coaches on how you can improve mileage, recovery, strength, diet and more.
The gist is try not to go crazy so you're still full for the next day's workout, but don't be afraid to indulge a bit. It's only once a year.
McNeill, a vegetarian, eats healthy, but doesn't obsess over calories or which foods are giving him which nutrients. He likes the social aspect of food and wants his to have a "story".
Derrick lives with six BTC teammates. "Mo Ahmed, German Fernandez, and Ryan Hill refer to themselves as the “Enchilada Team,” but usually Elliott Heath and I will cook and they'll clean.
"I've started eating healthy. That's the hardest thing for me right now is the sacrifices, eating vegetables all the time. Everything else is easy to give up, but eating healthy is really hard!"
It isn't all about the carbs.
"I haven’t had KFC for about four months, which is killing me.
No difference in max force or muscular endurance compared to drinking placebo.