mental illness. It can also increase chances of recovery for those suffering from them. But can training too hard negate the therapeutic effects, especially when we fuel our bodies with glucose? A new science is emerging which suggests running on carbs could be doing more harm than good. The good news is, we can flick the switch to running on fat. Even better, this may enable us to train for longer, improve post-workout recovery and defend against physical and mental illness.
I’ve just come to the end of a workout with one of my clients and we’re having a debrief. She peruses the gym and a quizzical look crosses her face. Lowering her voice and coming closer to me, she says, ‘All these people seem to be at the gym all the time yet nothing everContinue reading “Are you over training and over eating?”