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Flanagan has released a meal planner so that runners can plan their nutrition like they plan their training

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Shalane Flanagan has written two cookbooks to inspire runners to eat whole foods, eat well and indulge in the process. Her third book comes in the form of a meal planner to help runners schedule and plan their eating like they plan their training.

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The cookbook includes 12 original recipes, recommendations for eating seasonally, advice on training, blank space to take notes on dot-gridded paper and weekly sample meal plans. By keeping track of their nutrition, runners can spot holes in their eating habits, catch fueling errors and get inspired–just like in training.

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Today is the official launch day of Run Fast. Eat Slow. A Runner’s Meal Planner! 👏🏼👏🏼📚📚 ************ It turned out to be a beauty and we hope it will become your new bff in the kitchen. Order your copy @amazon, @barnesandnoble, @booksamillion or we have a few autographed copies left in our shop at runfasteatslow.com. It makes a stellar gift 🎁for that special runner friend in your life and treat yo’ self too! This is a combo journal and meal planner to help you achieve all your 2020 resolutions and goals. ************ We are also honored to be included in the @ClarksonPotter Holiday Gift guide! Check out the link in our Stories to find more great holiday gifts! And if you still haven’t bought your copy of Run Fast. Cook Fast. Eat Slow. now’s the perfect time to start a cooking habit. The feedback we get from athletes time and again is, “Your cookbook never leaves my kitchen counter.” Happy Holidays and Best Wishes! XO – 💋💋 Shalane and Elyse

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The book can be bought on Amazon and the RunFastEatSlow website.

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Flanagan announced her retirement from professional running in October and shifted her efforts to coaching with Bowerman TC. The former NCAA champion, American record-holder (5,000m and 10,000m), Olympic silver medallist and 2017 NYC Marathon champion was a staple on the American running scene for nearly two decades. She’s closing out one of the most impressive and consistent running careers ever by an American woman.

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C E L E B R A T E 💃🏼 We’ve got the Run Fast. Eat Slow. Meal Planner in hand just in time for the holidays! It’s the perfect complement to both Run Fast. Eat Slow. cookbooks. Save time, money, and a whole lotta stress by planning out your meals for the week. 👊🏼 And now that we have our own copy of this beautiful journal in hand, we will also be sharing our personal meal plans and meal prep tips on Instagram this holiday season. If you’re a busy athlete meal prepping is essential to staying nourished and healthy all winter long. What’s inside? A 52-week meal planner and journal for athletes with new recipes and tips to inspire you to cook more, layouts to create nutrition-packed meal plans, and space to keep track of your progress. Where to buy? You can now pre-order online from your favorite book retailer or Amazon or if you’d like an autographed copy order directly at runfasteatslow.com. Happy Holidays! #runfasteatslow #runfastcookfasteatslow

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This new role means that Flanagan’s influence on the running community is far from over, it has just shifted. On top of her role at Bowerman and her cookbooks, Flanagan has started calling races and participating in live broadcasts.

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