Lots of carbohydrates, but simple and bland to not upset the stomach....mid run bathroom breaks are not ideal.
Pretzels and a buttered brown sugar bagel with banana
An almond and coconut kind bar, and a giant bowl of all kinds of fruits, 1 cup of plain greek yogurt, and MixMyOwn Granola. Don't forget to add 8-10 sprays of electrolytes from Enduropacks to keep your minerals replenished.
A handful of mixed fruit and nuts, a handful of Trader Joes Plantain Chips, and finishing this tub of cottage cheese
Sweet potato nachos with tomatoes, black beans, corn, olives, PLENTY of cheese for dinner, with TJ's Quinoa chips and fresh made guacamole
Tina trys to consume between 3200 and 4000 calories per day to ensure she has plenty of carboydrates to fuel her runs and protein to rebuild muscles.
She makes sure to eat enough calories because she knows just how important it is to perform. If you view each time you eat as an opportunity to recruit little helpers to make sure your body functions correctly, you will begin to crowd out the bad, and make sure you feel strong, healthy, and nourished!
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We need to hydrate. But how can you hydrate and replace electrolytes without the harmful additives like sweeteners and artificial flavoring common in sports drinks that are harsh on your stomach?