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Mudders in training need lots of protein to help their muscles rebuild and repair. Protein is made of amino acids, which increase protein synthesis and help prevent muscle breakdown. While protein requirements vary based on activity level, in general Mudders in training should eat 1 gram of protein per kilogram of bodyweight. While vegetables aren’t typically known for being a great protein source, there are some sneaky ones that contain a decent amount.

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Mudders in training need lots of protein to help their muscles rebuild and repair. Protein is made of amino acids, which increase protein synthesis and help prevent muscle breakdown. While protein requirements vary based on activity level, in general Mudders in training should eat 1 gram of protein per kilogram of bodyweight. While vegetables aren’t typically known for being a great protein source, there are some sneaky ones that contain a decent amount.

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Follow these expert nutrition tips to make sure you’re 100% ready for World’s Toughest Mudder.

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Watch as Paleo Nick from Ice Age Meals shows us his best healthy meal prep ideas. Healthy eating is easy with his Thai turkey meal prep recipe. 

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Use your freshly picked pumpkin or get some pumpkin puree to make these 4 protein-packed recipes.

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Tough Mudder is here to answer the top five health related questions surrounding eggs.

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Try these 4 electrolyte supplements to fuel up the right way for your Tough Mudder event.

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Here are some everyday foods that have considerably more vitamin C than oranges. Yes, really. 

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Thanks to its easy shake-and-go use and source of readily available amino acids, protein powder is a popular pantry staples for Legionnaires.

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For those times when you need an extra boost to get off the couch, or hit the gym before starting your commute home, a pre-workout supplement may be just what you need to push through your Tough Mudder training.

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