Beginner Triathlete - Diet & Nutrition articles

author : Nancy Clark
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photoAs a sports-parent, you can be a good role model for athleticism and healthful food choices. What can you do to regain control without becoming the food police?
author : Nancy Clark
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photoThe purpose of this article is to look at caffeine (most commonly consumed as coffee) as part of a sports diet and to help you determine whether you want to take it or leave it.
author : Glenn
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photoWithout doubt, the single most glaring error I have noticed is the scarce amount of fluids athletes ingest during a race!
author : chrisandniki
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photoSolid nutrition principles for those not wanting to put a lot of thought into eating healthy.
author : infosteward
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photoThe best hydration formula includes a mixture of salt and a variety of carbohydrates, amino acids are good to decrease muscle soreness but not necessary to increase performance.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoPerhaps you, too, have wondered about the role of salt, or more correctly, sodium (the part of salt associated with high blood pressure) in your diet. This article can help you figure that out.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoDo women inevitably gain fat with menopause? If weight gain is not due to the hormonal shifts of menopause, what does cause it?
author : AMSSM
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photoDuring training and endurance events, athletes should be careful not to ingest more fluids than necessary.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoThe following is a sneak peak at Nancy Clark’s upcoming book on endurance nutrition - The Cyclist’s Food Guide: Fueling for the Distance
author : JeremyLikness
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photoPerfect your pre, during and post workout nutrition. Key tips on ingestion of carbohydrate, protein and other nutrients.
author : jduscio24
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photoHydration and glycogen is the key to success in any sport. If you’re missing one, your game is going to suffer tremendously.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoThe Athlete’s Kitchen by Nancy Clark: Not even the healthiest marathoner or the strongest triathlete among us is bullet proof. Hence, the time to make dietary changes is now.
author : AMSSM
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photoIt is difficult to replace water losses during exercise. The following principles will help prevent dehydration during endurance training and racing.
author : Nancy Clark
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avatarWiser athletes treat food as fuel; they knowledgeably fuel before, during and after exercise. They get more out of their workouts and prevent needless fatigue.
author : JeremyLikness
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avatarLosing fat is not difficult. So why does this continue to be an elusive goal for so many people, who “struggle” just to lose a few inches?
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