• Training tip – Recovery Meal

    Having the right meal soon after a high volume or high intensity workout will speed recovery. Eat a meal that’s about 4:1 carbohydrates to protein within 60 minutes of finishing your workout, and ideally within 30 minutes. This will help replace depleted muscle and liver glycogen stores, and you’ll feel better, faster. Waiting too long to eat will diminish the positive benefits.

    Some examples of what’s good to eat are: eggs and wheat toast, peanut butter and preserves on wheat toast, chocolate milk, salmon and a green vegetable of your choice, grilled chicken and sweet potatoes. Minimize fats and sugars in this meal, and don’t forget to continue hydrating.

    Train smart. Race fast.

    Frank Adornato

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  • Mission Statement

    The mission of the St. Pete Road Runners (SPRR) is to encourage running and walking for individuals of all ages and abilities in a social environment while promoting fitness and providing education in the community. The SPRR club is well suited for the recreational runner or walker as well as the serious competitor.


    SPRR extends an open invitation to runners and walkers of all abilities to come out and join us for one of our group runs.

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