Running Guide

Running Guide:
Footracing over a variety of distances and courses and numbering among the most popular sports in nearly all times and places. Modern competitive running ranges from sprints (dashes), with their emphasis on continuous high speed, to grueling long-distance and marathon races, requiring great endurance. Running is also a popular noncompetitive recreation that can produce important physiological benefits. Source: Britannica, The Editors of Encyclopedia’s. “running”. Encyclopedia Britannica, – Read More.
Running Guide – Find A Race:
– Race Calendar by New England Runner – Read More
– RunGuides – Read More
– RaceRaves – Run the World
– Craft Brew Races – Read More
Running Publications:
– 220 Triathlon – Read More
– New England Runner – Read More
– Runners World – Read More
– Runner’s World UK – Read More
– Trail Run – Read More
– UltraRunning – Read More
– Women’s Running – Read More
Running Guide – Centers for Disease Control:
How much physical activity do adults need? Read More
– Diet/Nutrition – Read More
Running Guide – The Athlete’s Diet:
An athlete’s diet should be similar to that recommended for the general public, with energy intake divided into:
45 to 65% from carbohydrates
15 to 25% from protein
20 to 35% from fat.

Athletes who exercise strenuously for more than 60 to 90 minutes every day may need to increase the amount of energy they consume, particularly from carbohydrate sources – Read More

– Cape Cod Nutrition – Read More