It's already tough enough to make time for running, but it's not even in question for those who lace up before the sun rises or manage to get on the track for a few miles after working late.
Runners are a diverse bunch, since all you need is a pair of shoes to get started. But they all have one thing in common (along with the rest of us): limited time.
Runner's World magazine knows that healthy habits don't end with the trail, and that's why it created the new cookbook, Meals on the Run. All of the over 150 energy-packed recipes can be prepared in 30 minutes or less and are specifically geared to fuel runners' bodies from start to recovery.
We've got three recipes to get you started.