Being a Mudder℠ is all about taking on the obstacles in your life and the enormous sense of accomplishment that you feel when you overcome them.
Bananas are the perfect training food: they’re potassium-packed, brimming with good carbohydrates, low-calorie, and easily transportable. But let’s face it: Even the perfect snack can get a little mundane after awhile—not to mention the fact that a brown, over-ripe banana isn’t always the most appealing thing to eat. If you're pressed for time, we love Barnana Organic Chewy Banana Bites for an easy snack.
Here are some everyday foods that have considerably more vitamin C than oranges. Yes, really.
This non-dairy, “nice” cream is just what your body needs to fuel-up, recover and beat your sweet-tooth.
We’re giving you the quick and dirty on what you should eat before, during, and after your Tough Mudder training.
Mudders in training need lots of protein to help their muscles rebuild and repair. Protein is made of amino acids, which increase protein synthesis and help prevent muscle breakdown. While protein requirements vary based on activity level, in general Mudders in training should eat 1 gram of protein per kilogram of bodyweight. While vegetables aren’t typically known for being a great protein source, there are some sneaky ones that contain a decent amount.
Tough Mudder is here to answer the top five health related questions surrounding eggs.
When it comes to finding the formula to hit your fitness goals there's plenty of information out there and half the time it differs wildly. PTs, magazines, friends, blogs; where do you start and what is right?
One of the biggest debates out there is surely diet vs exercise. We all know a bit of both is best - but does the 80/20 rule (the idea that 80% of fitness is based on diet and only 20% on working out) really stand true? We got our protein drink partner For Goodness Shakes to weigh in on the discussion.