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Sodium Runners Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Sodium Runners.

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9 Helpful Tips for Your First Charity Race

Now that summer is mostly behind us and cooler temperatures are starting to drift in, the prime season for charity runs and walks begins. People of all abilities lace up their running and walking shoes and hit the pavement to raise money for many gre...  Read more

Shakin' It Up with the Skinny on Salt

Even if you are not a potato chip and pretzel junkie, you’re probably eating more salt than you realize. Sodium, the main ingredient in table salt, can hide in places you don’t suspect, like in ketchup, frozen dinners, instant hot cereals...  Read more

9 Cross-Training Activities for Runners

The only way to become a better runner is to run, but the more running replaces other exercises in your fitness program, the more likely you are to become injured, suffer from burnout, or develop muscular imbalances. So what's a runner to do (bes...  Read more

How to Turn Your Walk into a Run

You have been walking faithfully four to five days a week, gradually increasing your time to 30 minutes or longer. Congratulations! But after following this routine for several weeks, you may no longer feel the challenge you once did. You feel it&rsq...  Read more

Should You Hire a Running Coach?

Whether you are contemplating training for your first 5K race or are a seasoned runner looking to improve your performance, working with a running coach may help you reach your true potential. The Benefits of Training with a Running Coach A ru...  Read more

I avoid them because of the sodium and resulting w
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I avoid them because of the sodium and resulting water weight/bloat....  Read more

I just made homemade potato soup with low sodium c
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I just made homemade potato soup with low sodium chicken bouillon instead of butter! Its was yummy!!!!!! Never missed the butter!...  Read more

They can be really high in sodium and sometimes ot
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They can be really high in sodium and sometimes other not so great things so I wouldn't eat them as a primary food source. When you do have them though, see if you can supplement with some kind of fresh veggie side or salad....  Read more

Your kidneys excrete sodium independently from exc
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Your kidneys excrete sodium independently from excess water. The excess water flowing through the kidneys doesn't push excess sodium out or pull extra sodium along with it when urine is formed....  Read more

Water weight from sodium and also if you've just r
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Water weight from sodium and also if you've just recently started exercising your body tends to hold on to more water at first too. I always gain if I've been slacking on exercise (esp weights) and start back up again. It will come off shortly :)...  Read more

RunnersWorld.com

Training plans for running for all levels from beginner to marathon. It is a great source on running beside sparkpeople.com for me, hope you find it interesting, too.331...  Read more

Drawers pull hard or are sticking?

Rub the runners of drawers with a candle or a bar of soap so they will slide easily...  Read more

TriSport:Triathletes, Swimmers, Cyclists & Runners

Anything triathlon! Everything Swimming, Biking, Running and Cross-training. Members from beginners to Iron Man competitors are welcome....  Read more

When Too Much Water Can Cause Problems for Runners

For many runners, our biggest concern after injury, is becoming dehydrated, especially when temperatures start to sore and our mileage begins to creep up. While dehydration can be an issue, overhydration can be an even more dangerous issue, particula...  Read more

Refueling on the Run

I am in the midst of training for a number of fall races which commences with the Chicago Rock N Roll 1/2 Marathon this Sunday and ends with the Las Vegas Rock N Roll 1/2 Marathon on December 5th. Throw in the Hood to Coast Relay at the end of this m...  Read more