Nutrition Scout — fitness

The Runner's Guide to Fueling Before, During, and After Runs

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The Runner's Guide to Fueling Before, During, and After Runs

Runners: I’m about to share with you your secret weapon for your next race.

While high-tech watches and epic playlists may give us the motivation we need to push through, it’s important that we don’t forget the ultimate necessity: FUEL!

How we fuel our bodies before, during, and after a run can make a huge difference in regards to our performance, attitude, and overall peace of mind. That’s why today I’ve partnered with The Eugene Marathon to share the basics of fueling for our fastest, strongest runs (keep reading to find out how you can save $10 on the 2019 race entry). “Runners, on your marks...get set...go!”

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5 Hacks For Hydration

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5 Hacks For Hydration

How do you know if you're getting enough fluids? Girl, I got your back. Today I'm sharing some hydration basics + 5 hacks to help you stay hydrated.

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11 Date Ideas That Get You Off Your TUSH

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11 Date Ideas That Get You Off Your TUSH

 It doesn't matter if you’re hanging out with your crush, your spouse, your BFF, or even your grandma: these days, when you want to hang out with someone special, it’s easy to engage in activities that require a lot of...sitting. Now listen, I love me a good Netflix binge, and I don’t mind spending an afternoon with my rear end glued to the couch at a local coffee shop. I just think it’s important to balance all that sitting with a little bit of ACTION, ya know? This post is meant to inspire you and bae when you feel yourselves slipping into the depths of your couch. Let's get moving!

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How I Maintained a Healthy Lifestyle Abroad

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How I Maintained a Healthy Lifestyle Abroad

I’ve never been a huge fan of Chef Boyardee, but on my first trip abroad I thought I was brilliant for stuffing my duffle bag with canned ravioli. Terrified of throwing away my money at expensive Swiss restaurants, I lugged those cold, mushy (and heavy) squares all over Lucerne in hopes that they would sustain me. Thankfully, during my four months studying abroad in Geneva, Switzerland, I quickly learned that I didn’t have to eat like a preschooler. It took a bit of trial and error, but it wasn’t long until I became pretty good at both purchasing and preparing...

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