Five ways to get your diet back on track this winter

December 30th, 2016 by Sinead Mulhern | Posted in Experts, Health & Nutrition | No Comments »

As we turn the calendar over to a new year, many are hoping to freshen up their diet. If proper nutrition is something you’re looking to focus on in the upcoming year, practicing these five tips regularly will go a long way.


CIS silver medallist Declan White on why he used to eat 20-25 bananas a day

November 21st, 2016 by Tim Huebsch | Posted in Health & Nutrition | No Comments »

Canadian University Cross-Country silver medallist Declan White breaks down his vegan diet, which used to include upwards of 25 bananas a day.


Identifying weak spots and learning how to strengthen them

November 9th, 2016 by Dan Way | Posted in Beginners, CR Explains, CRM Training Plans, Training | No Comments »

With the race season now over it’s time to identify your strengths and weaknesses and embrace both to become a better athlete.


Running health: Which supplements should you consider taking?

August 4th, 2016 by Dan Way | Posted in Beginners, Health & Nutrition | No Comments »

Feeling a little off? While maintaining a balanced diet is the best way to keep healthy, there are certain supplements that may add a lot of value to a runner’s health.


Pre-run fuel: Cinnamon chickpea pancakes

July 18th, 2016 by Kimberley Doerksen | Posted in Blogs, Feed the Run, Health & Nutrition, Recipes for Runners | No Comments »

One good reason to get out of bed in the morning: pancakes! Kim gives runners a protein-rich healthier version of your typical pancake to start the day right.


High-fat Mediterranean diet linked to lower body weight

June 12th, 2016 by Dan Way | Posted in Health & Nutrition, Running for Weight Loss | No Comments »

You probably already knew that following a Mediterranean diet was considered good for your health. But did you also know that this relatively high-fat diet could also make you slimmer? Olive oil, fish, nuts […]


Training tips: Survive and thrive in the off-season

November 3rd, 2015 by Dan Way | Posted in CR Explains, Running Training Plans, Training | No Comments »

With the racing season behind us, now is the time to take a few weeks (or months) and worry less about running and training and focus more on rest and recovery. The “off-season” presents a unique […]


Dietary restrictions and how they impact running

June 27th, 2015 by Sinead Mulhern | Posted in Health & Nutrition | No Comments »

Dairy-free, gluten-free, meat-free, vegan. There are so many popular diets of today. How do you plan for them so they don’t affect your running?  It seems everyone has a special dietary need these days. […]


Exercise best way to keep off weight at all ages

June 24th, 2015 by Scott Leitch | Posted in Health & Nutrition | No Comments »

It’s not a secret exercise and a good diet will keep you in good health. There have been plenty of studies showing the effectiveness of running in losing weight, but which is the driving force […]


Butter-free brownies in a jiffy

May 17th, 2015 by Sinead Mulhern | Posted in Health & Nutrition, Recipes for Runners | No Comments »

In the mood for some chocolatey goodness to start your week? This brownie recipe is basically a gift from above. It’s so easy to make and caters towards even the pickiest of dietary restrictions. Whether […]


Dieting puts major strain on the brain

April 18th, 2015 by Sinead Mulhern | Posted in Health & Nutrition | No Comments »

If you’re looking to lose weight, steer clear of overly restrictive diets. Cutting down the calories too much will reduce brain function along with the belly fat. When dieting, the goal shouldn’t be to […]


How fruits and veggies prevent chronic disease

April 14th, 2015 by Scott Leitch | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

Adding to the mounting evidence that a diet high in fruit and vegetables notably lowers someone’s chance of developing chronic conditions such as heart disease or cancer, the Institute of Food Research has claimed […]