Breaking the run a lot and eat everything in sight mentality
After a long run, it's hard to resist the urge to eat everything in sight, much like how it's hard to resist the pull of a toxic romantic relationship. Just like a long run can leave you feeling exhausted and drained, a toxic relationship can also drain you of your energy and sense of self. And just as a post-run snack can provide a much-needed energy boost, a toxic partner can also temporarily provide a rush of excitement and validation.
Find out how to break the run a lot and eat everything in sight mentality and more.
What You’ll Learn
- Finding out if your body is dehydrated, hungry or tired.
- The power of protein for satiation post run
- Good fats
- Keeping your brain and body busy
- The thin line between over and under fueling
- The benefits of counting calories for a few days
- The 20 min post-meal rule
- Eating whole foods
- and more!
Links & Learnings
- The best 8 real foods for run recovery
- 11 ways to stop overeating after a workout
- NRG Coaching
- Mike Trees Instagram
- DLake Runs Instagram
- The body often mistakes hunger, thirst and fatigue
- The killer is when you sit down after a run and don't know what to do next, so you eat
- When you start running, you tend to eat more than you've burned
- Some people can eat whatever they want and not gain weight - that is not me.
- The 20 min rule: 20 mins after eating, I ask myself if I'm hungry. If not, don’t eat more.
- NRG Coaching - Mike Trees coaching service
- Three Thing Thursday - Sign up for free to get consistent/bite-sized, sometimes unorthodox running tips and tricks to perform better throughout life
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