Possibly the most participated sport in the world, almost every person will find themselves running at some point in their lives. But the difference between the casual runner and the runner who wants to improve their personal records, is preparation and nutritional support. Although running is considered a low impact sport, it does cause a lot of strain on the knee and ankle joints. To ensure injury doesn’t occur the muscles around these joints need to remain strong and supportive.
To help build and feed these strong supportive muscle runners will often drink BCAA’s during and after any exercise, fueling and repairing their muscles. To help with performance and energy levels they will consume a strong but safe energy drink (PRE-30) before hand in conjunction with a beta-alanine supplement to fight lactic acid build up, and replace their electrolytes with an electrolyte drink during. To keep their joint healthy and strong they will take a high quality fish oil daily.
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