Have you ever felt like your tank was absolutely empty on a long run? Experienced what it feels like to hit the wall in a marathon? Have you ever been so nauseous and bloated on a run that you were close to throwing up? Are you ready to change the way you fuel so that you can feel stronger and more energetic the further you run?
You are not alone. Many runners experience these concerns when they run and it is very often a function of what you are using to fuel your body with during your training runs and races. The great news is we have a solution for you. If you are ready to run better and stronger than you ever have then you have come to the right place.
Learn how to run on the nothing but fat
When you fuel your body on carbohydrate you need to keep adding more and more fuel so that you can sustain your energy levels. We'll show you how to maintain your energy levels by using your body's fat stores for energy when you run without needing carbohydrate drinks or energy gels to keep you going.
Know what to eat prior to your next big run
Changing your body's source of fuel before a big run or race can lead to a lot of confusion and frustration. We will show you exactly what you should eat when training as well as in the days leading up to your big race. because you won't be using gels and carbohydrate drinks.
What to eat and drink during your next race
What do you consume for energy when you're in the middle of a long run or your next big race? We will show you why you will never need to drink another high carbohydrate drink or consume an energy gel again during a run. We'll also share the 3 biggest myths about running on fat.
- A comprehensive eBook that will walk you though the entire 8 week process in order to become fat adapted. Once you've read this easy to understand book and implement the strategy outlined in it, you will no longer need carbohydrate to sustain you while running.
- An in depth audio interview with Professor Tim Noakes that will tell you why you should become fat adapted and also exactly how to go about making the switch from running on carbohydrate to running on fat.
- A list of 100 foods and their carbohydrate content so that you know exactly how much carbohydrate you are consuming.
- A recipe book with 25 recipes that will help you prepare tasty, simple and convenient meals on the Low Carb High Fat lifestyle.
I am a UK Ultra runner in my mid 40's and have struggled with weight gain for years despite running hundreds of miles per month. Since I discovered the LCHF lifestyle through the Ask Prof Noakes Podcast and the Real Meal Revolution I haven't looked back. I'm now under 12 stone for the first time since my mid 20's. My running pace has increased dramatically and my endurance continues to improve. I ran the SVP 100km Ultra last year in 13:10 using "conventional" fuelling from gels etc. This year I ran it in 12:05. I ran the first 50km on water alone and at no point felt the need to eat. My energy levels were constant and I didn't experience any of the peaks and troughs I had when taking gels. My recovery has been faster this year and I don't ache half as much. Please keep spreading the gospel. My only wish is that I'd found the LCHF way sooner.Simon Moran, United Kingdom
I wasted a large portion of my life because I didn’t know what was good for me. I listened to what people told me was good for me but they didn’t have a clue. Only in the last four years have I been able to reverse that and start to live healthily and feel good again. I, in a sense, have wasted 33 years. I have chatted to Bruce Fordyce and he has said I wonder what I could’ve done in the Comrades Marathon if I had eaten this way in the late 1970’s early 1980’s. In other words he thinks that he could’ve done better if he had eaten a high fat diet. One thing that I have learnt is that performance and health are two totally different components of our lives. I am not telling every athlete that they need to stop eating carbohydrates but if they have evidence that they are not all that healthy then they need to think about it.Professor Tim Noakes
Including the following:
The Low Carb High Fat Running eBook
The In depth Audio Interview with Professor Tim Noakes
A list of the 100 most common foods and their carbohydrate content
The Low Carb High Fat Running Recipe Book
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: I’m an absolute beginner, will this suit me?
Absolutely yes! The basics are covered but all of the information is very easy to follow so you will pick up everything very quickly and easily.
Q: Do I get access to all of the information at once?
Yes, all of the eBooks and audio will be available to you immediately after your purchase. We’ll send you your login details for access so that you can download them immediately.
Q: What format are the products delivered in?
The eBooks are delivered in easy to open pdf files and the audio is an mp3
Q: Is this a one-time fee or do I pay every month?
One time. You buy Low Carb High Fat Running once, and you get lifetime access.
Q: Is this targeted at a specific group of runners?
Absolutely not. We have created the 8 week programme so that anyone who runs, no matter the distance you run, can follow this programme easily.
Q: I have a question you haven't answered here.
While some websites make it hard to find an email address to contact, I put mine right out there: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have a question, email me, and I'll get it answered.