It's time to elevate your grill game: This summer, think outside of the bun and try one of these surprising, healthy foods to grill.
Learn how to stay hydrated—and why it’s key to your Tough Mudder training and performance.
We don't have to tell you that oats are good for you—chock full of carbohydrates, fiber and protein, they'll fill you up and fuel you through a Tough Mudder. Carbs may get a bad rap in some circles, but they're key to your Tough Mudder performance because your body relies on them for energy during exercise, especially while performing strength moves (hello, obstacles).
If you're training a few times a week in preparation for Tough Mudder (or even just thinking about it) you're going to be using a lot of energy. To ensure you're always raring to go and not left feeling hungry slow digesting and therefore slow energy releasing food is a great place to start.
Meal-prepping can help you eat healthier, save you money, and save you time—and these kitchen tips can make the process of preparing your meals ahead of time even easier.
Think the humble oat is only good for Golidilocks and the three bears? Think again. With more nutrients than most grains and loads of ways to add them into your diet (not just porridge), oats are a great addition to your diet.
We asked TREK bars, our official protein bar partner, about the science behind why oats are so important on and off the Tough Mudder course.
Summer salads don't have to be wimpy. Proof: This fresh, filling, Hi-Protein Thai Almond Chicken Summer Salad from FitMenCook's Kevin Curry.
From Greek yogurt to coconut water, these natural energy boosters will fuel you up for your next Tough Mudder in the best way.
Here are four good reasons to take a pre-workout drink (and no, we’re not talking beer) plus the ingredients to look for.
Meal prepping can save you time, money, and stress—and make it easier to eat healthy. Here are six tools you'll need to meal-prep right.