Beginner Triathlete - Diet & Nutrition articles

author : Nancy Clark
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photoSearching for the perfect gift for a friend, relative, or teammate? Here's a list of winning book suggestions for active people.
author : mrakes1
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photoDepending on the length of your workout, there are several options to choose for a post-workout snack. Includes 3 smoothy recipes for workouts over 2-3 hours.
author : mrakes1
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photoWhat you eat prior to your workout will determine your energy levels during a workout. What you eat after a workout will determine how quickly you recover.
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photoLearn how to make a vanilla meal replacement smoothie that can serve as meal if you are short on time and on-the-go.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoAre you a mindless eater? Do you eat too much at meals? Or do you graze throughout the day? Start getting rid of those bad habits today.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoWhether you want to analyze your sports diet, get an answer to your questions about creatine, or find a new recipe for chicken, you can get an amazing amount of health information on the web.
author : mrakes1
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photoAre you a heavy sweater? Do you finish a race covered in white-streaks? Do you cramp during a race? Than this article is for you.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoThis article on protein supplements answers your questions as to the relevance of protein shakes, refueling after workouts and designer protein versus natural sources.
author : mrakes1
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photoUse this guide as a tool to perfect your nutrition during all three disciplines in a triathlon. Because not everyone requires the same quantity of macronutrients, be sure to practice your plan.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoEach year at the ACSM annual meeting, these experts present their latest research. Here’s a small sample of the sports nutrition news for 2007.
author : AMSSM
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photoRecent studies have demonstrated that moderate to mild levels of caffeine (less than 300mg) do not promote dehydration during exercise.
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photoThe consensus is that caffeine does enhance performance and decreases perceived exertion in endurance exercise. There are no significant performance benefits in short, high-intensity exercise.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoCan athletes use the glycemic index ranking system to determine what to eat before, during, and after exercise?
author : Nancy Clark
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photoAfter a hard workout, I really like having a Coke or Pepsi. How bad is this for recovery and for my health? Should I stop drinking orange juice because it is loaded with (fattening) carbs and sugar?
author : Nancy Clark
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photoFor athletes, the saying “Drink responsibly” holds true for all fluids. Don’t let dehydration—or overhydration—hurt your ability to enjoy exercise and perform at your best.
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