Sports Nutrition and Research Studies

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Now is the time to practice, perfect and master your training and racing nutrition. Especially for the beginner triathlete, this is the time for developing an individualized nutrition plan.

Sports Nutrition and Research Studies– It all about trial and error!

Welcome to the year 2007! A new year for establishing a strong base, creating new training plans and setting attainable, personal goals. Or, in other words…only a couple more months until the commencement of triathlon season!

As you take advantage of your base phase training, you may be asking yourself, “Should I change my nutrition habits if I am doing everything that was prescribed to me last season?”

In its quest to develop an endless quantity of nutrition products, to foster every type of ailment and training condition, the endurance athlete is hungry for superior supplements. And for that reason, the supplement industry is in high demand. If you aren’t taking a supplement to buffer lactic acid, than you might try a fat-metabolizer or carbohydrate-sparer pill to foster your lean, aerobic figure. You are familiar with all the popular supplements, you know the tricks of keeping your blood sugar stable during workouts and you have mastered your nutrient and fluid intake for a variety of training sessions. [.....]

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date: February 12, 2007

mrakes1

Master of Science degree in Exercise Physiology. I am a certified sports nutritionist through the International Society of Sports Nutrition,I teach spinning and I am CPR certified. I have finished the 2006 Boston marathon, 2006 IMFL, 2007 Ironman world Championship and I am qualified for the 2007 Ironman 70.3 World Championship. I write for Triathlete magazine and I love writing for BT.com!

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Master of Science degree in Exercise Physiology. I am a certified sports nutritionist through the International Society of Sports Nutrition,I teach spinning and I am CPR certified. I have finished the 2006 Boston marathon, 2006 IMFL, 2007 Ironman world Championship and I am qualified for the 2007 Ironman 70.3 World Championship. I write for Triathlete magazine and I love writing for BT.com!

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