Dehydration, if severe enough, can slow you down. Drinking can prevent this, but if you need to drink and how much depends on your sweat rate. It is easy to estimate your sweat rate and here we describe how to do this!
There's nothing like a cool pint after exercise on a warm day. But is this a good idea? In a previous blog I discussed the effects of binge drinking on recovery and these effects were not positive. However, others have argued that beer drinking, in moderation, can have...
"My connection is with Professor Asker after I ran the London Marathon a few years back. Prof Asker helped me to try to get the best out of my abilities. He tested me in Ethiopia during training and after training, everything; and worked out my fueling plan. I am very grateful for his help."
Haile Gebrselassie (Ethiopia) "Greatest distance runner of all times" 27 World Records