I recently completed the Ironman World Championship in Kona Hawaii for the second year in a row (see link to report). But this year was a lot different from a nutrition perspective. […]
The term sports drink is probably a really bad description for a lot of very different drinks that people just put in a single category. When you look closer, they are so […]
Janine Jungfels discusses protein and the question, what optimises muscle adaptation pre- vs. post-exercise protein ingestion?
If I don’t keep my energy supplies high the day of competition, I feel flat and lethargic. Here are my tips for race day nutrition.
Nutrition is important for both training and racing. Here’s a summary of my approach to basic everyday and race nutrition which I’ve learned since moving up to Ironman distances.
Looking to win your next race? Give yourself the edge by eating the right foods before and after.
Two alternatives to spice up your recovery drink routine to help you recover after your ride. The best part: they’re cheap and delicious!
Carbo-loading aims to increase the glycogen available for your muscles to use during exercise, but there’s more to it than you might think. Here’s how to do it right!
You can make your own electrolyte solution at home with just a couple of everyday pantry ingredients, and it only takes a few minutes. It’s as easy as making a cup of coffee!
We are often told we need to supplement our micronutrient intake, with commonly touted micronutrients including vitamin supplements, nitrates and magnesium. So should you really be supplementing these? Or are they just a waste of your money?