What can we learn from the worldwide dominant endurance runner’s diet ?
Eating practices of the best endurance athletes in the world.
Those “best endurance athletes” are clearly the Kenyan runners. Attempting to verify this fact for you is probably unnecessary, but it can at least be noted that one study found that athletes from just one collection of Kenyans, the Kalenjin tribe, had won approximately 40 percent of all major international middle- and long-distance running competitions in the 10-year period from 1987 to 1997.
In addition, approximately half of all of the male athletes in the world who have ever run the 10K in less than 27 minutes hail from Kenya. When they’re allowed to enter freely, Kenyan athletes dominate road races around the world.
And yet, until now the eating habits of the top-level Kenyan runners haven’t been examined in a westernized scientific way, even though the Kenyans’ nutritional practices must assuredly represent a partial reason for their running success.
The person who argues that “If only the Kenyans would eat differently, they could run much faster,” would be on flimsy ground.
The following article asserts that The Kenyans are doing things right when they sit down at the dinner table, or they wouldn’t dominate international competitions.
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RBG FIT CLUB PRESENTS A STUDY ON THE DIET OF ELITE KENYAN DISTANT RUNNERS.