Three Ways That Strength and Conditioning Can Impact Running Performance

Three Ways That Strength and Conditioning Can Impact Running Performance

If I asked you to give me your definition of the word “athlete”, what would your response be?

Would it be…

  1. “Someone who competes in a sport/event?”

  2. “Someone who is ‘fit’ or ‘in shape’?”

  3. “Someone who is able to complete a given number of a specific task?”

  4. “Someone who is capable of completing most required physical tasks and is adaptable to any physical surrounding or situation?”

Protein to Perform

Protein to Perform

Consuming protein pre-exercise and post exercise has its benefits. It may improve recovery and hypertrophy. Studies has shown that consuming protein within three hours’ post-exercise will help stimulate protein synthesis, improve muscle development and adaptations to resistance training. In this case, protein supplementation may be beneficial to jump-start muscle recovery.