Richard Allen runs free of all technology when racing, preferring to race ‘naked’… His sizzling runs at the England 5k Champs, Ipswich 5k, London 10,000 & recent Podium 5k show it certainly works!
The England 5k road champion chats to Fast Running about racing ‘naked’ and his sizzling performances this year. Link in bio. 📷 Pete Brown #runners#running#athletes#athletics#roadrunning#runnersofinstagram#podium5k#5k
Ive never been as invested in a #nbadraft class as I am with this crew...weird seeing the kids following all throughout an #eybl circuit now all grown up, definitely made for some interesting discussions throughout the week #Krossover#morewins
To date, there are thousands of scientific reports that have been published to support the fact that a gram of spirulina is superb compared to other foods. It is low in calories, but dense in nutrients; it therefore increases the energy for sports participants. In addition to this, spirulina increases endurance, mental agility and speed.
Spirulina becomes an effective supplement for sport participant and athletes because it prevents hunger, reduce blood pressure and fatigue. It is an alkaline and this makes it effective in regulating the internal PH of athletes and sports participants for better performance.
Spirulina is rich in bio-available iron. This solves the iron deficit issue from sport participants that results from intensive training that causes muscle fatigue and exhaustion. Some studies revealed that the continuous intake of spirulina resulted in increased iron in the body and this in turn lead to optimal physical capacity.
Spirulina has also displayed a significant increase in physical support for both sportsmen and women. They tend to feel more bouncy, have improved sleep, have less fatigue after an intense performance and their strength generally improves. Spirulina tends to make the recuperation process quick and this greatly increases the performance of sports participants.
Spirulina is available in two forms, tablet and powder form. Mostly, Spirulina is consumed as food topping or additional in booster shakes. This makes it easy to incorporate spirulina in one’s food routine.
For sportsmen and women, the standard dose is 3 grams in a day. This is equal to a teaspoon of Spirulina powder or six Spirulina tablets.
The dose is adequate to offer enough nutrition needed for a sport activity. However, most studies give an average of 2 to 4 grams per day. For intensive activity, 6 grams a day is recommended; this improves the protective effect towards oxidation damage.
It was an honor to speak with Bill Kazmaier, a World's Strongest Man LEGEND! •
Talked briefly about the work I do with mental health and performance with athletes. Bill replied kindly by stating that he wished they had more resources back when he was competing and growing up. 🙏