Nutrition Info For Runners

Hi everyone, this is Andrew Lengerich from AID Performance Physical Therapy. Today, I wanna talk about nutrition for runners, and the issue of malnutrition. So as runners increase their mileage, it’s really important to make sure that you’re continuing to get enough fuel for your body in order to be able to have good runs, recover from your runs, and then also to stop breakdown of tissue, and allow for proper healing of the body. What happens when you don’t get enough nutrition is runs tend to be… you tend to be more fatigued, or harder time pushing yourself, and giving the most out of your training. I’m not advocating for eating whatever you want, and going out to eat fast food, but to make sure that you’re getting good healthy nutrients for your body, in order to accommodate for the fact that you’re increasing your mileage. It’s really important when you’re trying to get the most out of your training. So that’s my tip for today, everybody have a great one.

Andrew Lengerich, PT, DPT

Andrew Lengerich, PT, DPT

Senior Physical Therapist at AID Performance Physical Therapy
Andrew Lengerich, PT, DPT, CMTPT earned his Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology from Miami University in Oxford, OH. Throughout his time at Miami University he worked as a volunteer coach for grade school basketball teams in Butler County. Upon graduation he began the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program and earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2013. Throughout his time at the University of Dayton he was able to travel to China in an exchange program with Nanjing Medical University. He was also able to complete an independent study with the University of Kentucky men's basketball team examining injury prevention and return to sport in elite athletes. Prior to coming to AID Performance Physical Therapy Andrew worked in Fayetteville North Carolina with active duty military. Andrew specializes in working with athletes of all ages and ability recover from musculoskeletal injuries of all types. His favorite injuries to treat are low back and hip injuries, using a full body evaluation to get to the true cause of the injury.
Andrew Lengerich, PT, DPT

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