Maybe you enjoy team sports, but you’ve been feeling like you want to get out on your own.
Or maybe you’re just tired of the rote 45-minute treadmill/resistance machine combo at the gym, and you need to break out of your rut.
For extended bouts of exercise, you’ll need to fuel yourself not just for performance, but for recovery. You’ll need to keep your mind sharp. And most of all, you’ll need to know what to eat when your performance suffers.
Here are some simple guidelines for inputs to help you optimize your output.
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