Ntrient dense food

Nutrient dense foods to enrich your health and recovery

We regularly make decisions of what foods we will eat to nourish our bodies. Most know what is generally "good" or "bad" food, but is what you're eating nutrient dense? Nutrient densefoods give you the mostnutrientsfor the fewest amount of calories.

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Marathon coaching conference pulls together big names

UK Coaching Strategy - Coaching Survey

As part of our ongoing work to better understand, value and support coaches across the UK athletics community, UK Athletics and the Home Country Athletics Federations are in the process of developing a new coaching strategy. As part of that process we are very keen to hear the views and opinions of coaches.

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Common nutrition myths

Nutrition messages from magazines and the media can be contradictory and confusing. We have looked at some misconceptions to help you recognise how to make better food and hydration choices.

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James Young D2 Mile Champion

Breakthough performances for James Young and Charles Hicks over 1500m and 5000m

James Young made a breakthrough 1500m performance in California with a sensational seven second PB win. Also in on the west coast was Charles Hicks who, following his recent 28:25 over 10,000m, made an impressive debut over 5000m. Elsewhere there were wins for Kate Avery and Charlie Roberts at the BMC 3k in Tameside. The 5k in Mallory Park had the first three men and women fighting to the line to be separated by less than five seconds at the end.

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Panic attacks, starting out later in life and other running stories to inspire

With around 90 running stories in this easy read that supports the Running Charity, you are never far away from an awe inspiring tale of how people from all walks of life got started on their running journey. Some will have false started and bailed out with a panic attack while others left it till they were in there 90s before their journey began.

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Ramadan with Olympic athlete Abdul Buhari

Ramadan is a month-long period of fasting, prayer, and spiritual reflection. Observed by 1.8 billion Muslims around the world (just under a quarter of the entire global population), it is one of the biggest religious events globally. Many notable sports stars have followed the Muslim Faith, including Muhammad Ali, Sir Mo Farah and as featured here Abdul Buhari.

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