So I'm doing the homepage today and looking for Thanksgiving themed articles. I come across one on RW that is entitled, "Stop Worrying About “Running Off” Thanksgiving Dinner"
I like that idea. Don't obsess about one day. Healthy attitude.
But then I start to tread the article and come across the line.
"The idea that if you run more, you can eat more, or if you run less, you should eat less is totally false. "
What? I think that line is actually false.
Isn't that sentence just incorrect? Someone running 100 mpw would burn something like at least 8000 more calories a week and someone running 20 mpw (I read it's roughly 100 calories per mile)? When i was training a lot, I could eat WAY more than I do now when I barely run.