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Nutrition-Related Fatigue in Sport

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August 27th, 2019 By: Diana Davis Without Limits Registered Dietician Nutrition-Related Fatigue in Sport Exercise-related fatigue is the inability to continue exercise at the desired pace or intensity. There are several nutritional factors that contribute to fatigue. Depleted muscle glycogen stores Hypoglycemia (low blood glucose levels due to blood glucose uptake by skeletal muscles) Dehydration […]

Planning and Packing Food for the School Day:

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August 27th, 2019 By: Diana Davis Without Limits Registered Dietician Planning and Packing Food for the School Day: Preparing for Cross Country practices and meets should include a daily plan for nutrition and hydration. At a minimum, the student athlete needs to eat 3 meals and 2 snacks per day to fuel the body for […]

August 2019 Company News

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  Without Limits AUGUST NEWS Community | Blog| Training | Nutrition | Events | Apparel | About Us COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Without Limits loves being an active part of our communities. In Wilmington, we are working with St. Marks school with the cross country and track team.  We have put on track meets and cross country […]

What do you do after you PR on your A race?

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August 19th, 2019 By: Coach Maleia Tumolo The hours, days , and months of training have paid off.  You just peaked for the season and crossed the finish line of your “A” race.   So now what?    Well its RECOVERY time!!!  Unfortunately the need for recovery is usually underestimated by endurance athletes.  Often that […]

What is a Tempo Run? Why do we do them?

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Coach Maleia Tumolo August 6th, 2019 You show up to practice or looked at your training schedule to see that you have a tempo run to do? You are given some obscure number and told to run that pace for a set number of minutes. So, you set out on your run asking yourself, “What […]

TrainingPeaks, What do those acronyms mean? When am I Race Ready?

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By: Coach Kristen Jeno TrainingPeaks is awesome.  It provides us with structure, accountability, motivation, time management, lowers the chance of over-training, and my favorite it takes the thinking out ‘what should I do today’.  Its a great tracking application as well.  You can even sync it with your calendar in Outlook, Gmail, Apple iCalendar, or […]

Check and Protect Your Skin

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July 23rd, 2019 By Wilmington Dermatology Center: More and more athletes are realizing how the dangerous effects from the sun can disrupt their training. To spread awareness and help reduce skin cancer, Wilmington Dermatology Center is urging athletes to ‘Be Sun Smart!’ Perspiration on the skin lowers the minimal erythema dose, the lowest ultraviolet (UV) […]

JULY 2019 NEWSLETTER

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  Without Limits JULY NEWS Blog| Training | Nutrition | Events | Apparel | About Us FROM THE BLOG   EYE HEALTH AND RUNNING – WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW Think about all the time, money and effort we as runners invest in protecting our bodies, muscles and joints from the physical demands of our favorite […]

Eye Health and Running: What Should I Know?

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Scott W. Tunis MD FACS Board Certified Eye Physician and Surgeon   Think about all the time, money and effort we as runners invest in protecting our bodies, muscles and joints from the physical demands of our favorite sport. But how much time and effort do we spend protecting our most precious sense while we […]

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