Rise and Run: Recipes, Rituals and Runs to Fuel Your Day: A Cookbook Hardcover – Illustrated, October 26, 2021 by Shalane Flanagan, Elyse Kopecky


{288 pages}

PUB :October 26, 2021

$26.00 $18.12

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Author: Flanagan Shalane

Color: Multicolor

Edition: Illustrated

Format: Illustrated

Package Dimensions: 24x261x1202

Number Of Pages: 288

Release Date: 26-10-2021

Details: Product Description

A cookbook and training manual dedicated to helping you revamp your morning routine, from the New York Times bestselling authors of Run Fast. Cook Fast. Eat Slow.

Shalane Flanagan and Elyse Kopecky believe (and science confirms) that what you eat at the start of the day impacts everything: your mood, your work output, your cravings, your sleep, and even your long-term health. In
Rise and Run, discover a better a.m. routine and nourish your entire day with more than 100 recipes for nutrient-dense breakfasts, recovery drinks, packable snacks, and best-of-all: twenty-four new Superhero Muffin recipes (both savory and sweet).

These veggie-forward recipes can also double as lunch or dinner. Think Savory Red Lentil Oatmeal, Tempeh Sausage, Brunch Power Salad, Pesto Zucchini Superhero Muffins, Everything Bagel Muffins, and homemade breads, biscuits, cookies, and bars. Every recipe includes make-ahead tips for busy families, and they are crafted with the ideal balance of protein, complex carbs, and healthy fats to keep you sustained. But Shalane and Elyse don’t just leave it there. Along with recipes, they share expert advice from trainers and pros, as well as morning rituals, intention-setting tools, predawn running tricks, and injury-prevention advice. And, to top it off,
Rise and Run includes a fourteen-week marathon-training program designed by Shalane that will have you breaking personal bests.

This book will teach athletes how to spend more time chasing the sunrise—without sacrificing the most important meal of the day.

About the Author

Shalane Flanagan is an elite coach, global spokesperson, and avid cook, after retiring as one of America’s most decorated distance runners. Flanagan’s accolades include four-time Olympian, Olympic silver medalist, 2017 New York City Marathon champion, World Cross Country bronze medalist, and multiple American record holder.

Driven to help others eat right and live healthy,
Elyse Kopecky is a two-time
New York Times bestselling cookbook author, chef, nutrition coach, and inspirational speaker. Elyse is also a mom and avid distance runner, which inspires her passion to fuel others and the future through enriching food.

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There is something special and sacred about mornings—that is, when we slow down long enough to enjoy them. A mountaintop sunrise, a steaming cup of joe, a new beginning. Still, before we started dreaming up this book, we were as guilty of “frantic morning syndrome” as everyone else. The year we wrote this book (2020, RIP) didn’t improve matters. But once we began the research and interviews, once we really started listening to our own advice and committed ourselves to early runs and better morning nourishment, writing this book transformed us. We hope reading it has the same effect on you.

It’s stating the obvious, but the best part of the morning is—
ding!—breakfast. For runners, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Many runners eat two breakfasts—a small and easy-to-digest snack before an early run, and a hearty “second breakfast” for recovery afterward. No wonder it’s the most talked about meal among athletes (“I’m dreaming of pancakes after this run,” “My breakfast totally fueled my long run,” “I just ate breakfast and I’m already hungry again,” and on and on).

If you own any of our other cookbooks, you know that breakfast is near and dear to our hearts. We talk about the importance of fueling both before and after a morning run. The idea for
Rise & Run began with our Superhero Muffins, featured in our previous two books, because we’ve heard that
you make them every single week. One fan wrote, “Every Sunday we make a double batch,” and another said, “It’s the only breakfast we eat before school. Quick, with no fighting from my kids.” They’re so popular, in fact, that we felt we needed to give readers more. In the pages that follow, you’ll find Dark Chocolate

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