For training sessions lasting less than 60-minutes, water is the preferred source of fluid intake. For any activity lasting longer than 60-minutes consider consuming a sports drink as these contain necessary carbohydrates and electrolytes to promote performance and hydration.
Researchers at Duke University have found a mere eight months of vigorous exercise training may lead to a higher fitness level 10 years later, proving that the ‘legacy effect’ can support us well into our later years.
One of the skills of any elite athlete is the ability to set a goal. Often, one’s choice in the pursuit of an athletic career is born from the idea of attaining a monumental goal in sports: