Women's Running

Liquid Gold

If there’s one thing that’s truly been missed in 2020, it’s the simple act of sharing. Sharing an experience, a hug, a meal. Remember the days of sharing a basket of bread at a restaurant with an aromatic oil for dipping? Turns out, that simple appetizer is an ideal combo for runners, who need a healthy dose of carbs and fats to perform their best.

Fat is important in kick-starting the process of muscle recovery by supporting cell growth and repair. Unsaturated fats (usually in the form of liquids, like

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