Can you lose weight by running miles?
I am pretty sure most of you wonder if you can really lose weight running, especially if you have going to the gym or doing pilates or yoga.
If you think that your strength is on your legs, then you better read along.
1: Postrun Pig-Outs
Burning tons of calories can cause a famished feeling afterward, but it’s important to fuel wisely. Choose junk food as your recovery food and not only are you overdoing it on the calorie front, you’ll be hungry again in the next hour. Although a postrun snack is essential, make sure it’s packed with protein and filling carbs and does not exceed 150 calories. If you exercised before a meal, enjoy a sensibly portioned plate, and don’t go overboard as a way to reward your efforts. If you still find you’re utterly famished after a workout, it probably means you need to fuel up before you exercise, so enjoy one of these pre-workout snacks before heading out for a run.