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Use These Strategies to Maximize Your Running Nutrition with NO Extra Work Run to the Top Podcast | The Ultimate Guide to Running

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From what to eat before runs to how much macros and calories we need to properly fuel and recover without gaining weight, running nutrition can often seem complicated and difficult to follow.
Sports dietitian Kylee Van Horn doesn’t believe it has to be this complicated. In fact, she’ll give you simple, actionable strategies to make your running nutrition plan easy to plan and stick to.
Some topics we discuss…
Do you need to eat before you run, especially if you are a morning runner? What do we need to eat before, during and after a run. How to balance legitimate and healthy weight loss goals with performance If you’ve struggled with making your running nutrition plan too complicated, you’ll love this interview.
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This week’s show brought to you by: Inside Tracker Inside Tracker is the ultimate resource for runners who want to optimize their health and nutrition.
Using their patented algorithm, InsideTracker analyzes your body’s data to provide you with a clear picture of what's going on inside you. Then, they offer you science-backed recommendations for positive diet and lifestyle changes. 
Next, InsideTracker tracks your progress every day and adjusts based on real-time feedback from your body.
The best part is that you can do it all from home and it isn’t expensive. Plus, for a limited-time you can get 25% off any InsideTracker plan or service when you use the code RTTTPRO25 . 
Just head to https://runnersconnect.net/insidetracker and use the code RTTTPRO25 for 25% off.
LMNT When coaching endurance runners of all levels to be their best, I always emphasize the need for proper hydration with the right balance of electrolytes.  Most athletes I’ve coached are surprised to learn that their sodium needs are actually much higher than they expected and it’s been hurting their performance. 
Part of the reason athletes need much more sodium than they think is not just because they lose electrolytes through their sweat, but also because athletes tend to eat very healthy diets. They’ve been told that salt is a bad thing in food and frequently don’t get enough for their lifestyle. 
Much of the science of sodium is based on people who eat highly processed diets which also are very low in potassium. It could actually be the low potassium levels causing the issues that sodium has been blamed for! 
What is clear is that both sodium and potassium at the proper levels are essential for high performance (and for life in general!). 
That's why we partnered with LMNT to offer a free sample pack of their electrolyte mix.
Head to drinklmnt.com/runnersconnect to get yours now. The Sample Pack includes 8 packets of LMNT (2 citrus, 2 raspberry, 2 orange, and 2 raw unflavored).

From what to eat before runs to how much macros and calories we need to properly fuel and recover without gaining weight, running nutrition can often seem complicated and difficult to follow.
Sports dietitian Kylee Van Horn doesn’t believe it has to be this complicated. In fact, she’ll give you simple, actionable strategies to make your running nutrition plan easy to plan and stick to.
Some topics we discuss…
Do you need to eat before you run, especially if you are a morning runner? What do we need to eat before, during and after a run. How to balance legitimate and healthy weight loss goals with performance If you’ve struggled with making your running nutrition plan too complicated, you’ll love this interview.
Connect, Comment, Community Follow RunnersConnect on Instagram
Join the Elite Treatment where you get first dibs on everything RTTT each month!
Runners Connect Winner's Circle Facebook Community 
RunnersConnect Facebook page
GET EXPERT COACHING AT RUNNERSCONNECT!
This week’s show brought to you by: Inside Tracker Inside Tracker is the ultimate resource for runners who want to optimize their health and nutrition.
Using their patented algorithm, InsideTracker analyzes your body’s data to provide you with a clear picture of what's going on inside you. Then, they offer you science-backed recommendations for positive diet and lifestyle changes. 
Next, InsideTracker tracks your progress every day and adjusts based on real-time feedback from your body.
The best part is that you can do it all from home and it isn’t expensive. Plus, for a limited-time you can get 25% off any InsideTracker plan or service when you use the code RTTTPRO25 . 
Just head to https://runnersconnect.net/insidetracker and use the code RTTTPRO25 for 25% off.
LMNT When coaching endurance runners of all levels to be their best, I always emphasize the need for proper hydration with the right balance of electrolytes.  Most athletes I’ve coached are surprised to learn that their sodium needs are actually much higher than they expected and it’s been hurting their performance. 
Part of the reason athletes need much more sodium than they think is not just because they lose electrolytes through their sweat, but also because athletes tend to eat very healthy diets. They’ve been told that salt is a bad thing in food and frequently don’t get enough for their lifestyle. 
Much of the science of sodium is based on people who eat highly processed diets which also are very low in potassium. It could actually be the low potassium levels causing the issues that sodium has been blamed for! 
What is clear is that both sodium and potassium at the proper levels are essential for high performance (and for life in general!). 
That's why we partnered with LMNT to offer a free sample pack of their electrolyte mix.
Head to drinklmnt.com/runnersconnect to get yours now. The Sample Pack includes 8 packets of LMNT (2 citrus, 2 raspberry, 2 orange, and 2 raw unflavored).

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