Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Eating Less And Running More = Hibernation?

Eating less and running more and more doesn't work. (Who knew?)

"The more you exercise and the less you eat, the more likely your body is to hibernate. That is, you'll conserve calories and thwart your efforts to lose fat. The better bet is to exercise reasonably and to increase your food intake early in the day to fuel your training. Eat breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack. Then eat lightly for dinner and afterward." -- "The Runner's World Complete Book of Running, edited by Amby Burfoot.


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