Summer races have arrived so let’s review some key points to follow to avoid problems in the heat. Here are our top five tips to avoid dehydration during a race. Don’t try anything new […]
Earlier in June, new research out of Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston, MA, identified a type of bacteria found in the gut of elite athletes that contributes to improved capacity for exercise. Interestingly, this […]
Because of spirulina’s high source of protein, it’s a great product to add to your post-workout snack.
Most triathletes know that carbohydrates are a key energy source for endurance performances. Along with carbs, fats provide a sustainable energy supply. Carbohydrates and fats provide us with energy to allow us to train […]
This quinoa masala burger recipe is simple, incredibly fresh tasting, and perfect for lunch or barbecue dinner. The only time-consuming thing is waiting for the yams to roast. You could just pop them in […]
Why rest and recovery is better than popping a pill.
Lorsque l’on détermine des directives concernant l’hydratation il faut prendre ces trois facteurs en considération : effort et temps additionnels et risques de problèmes gastrointestinaux.
Consuming the usual race nutrition of gels, sugary drinks, bars and gummies work for a time, but long training days or races require more satiating snacks. Some of the classic choices such as chips, […]
La spiruline est une algue, plus précisément une cyanobactérie. C’est un aliment de plus en plus populaire chez les athlètes, et avec raison! En 1974, lors de la conférence World Food des Nations Unies, […]
Although a long-distance athlete has an interest in improving their ability to use fat reserves as an energy source, this doesn’t mean that they need to adopt a diet high in fat and low in carbohydrates.