Race Weight Cut

There are so many ways to loose weigh: fast & slow, simple and overly complicated, cool and “sexy” & long, boring... People find motivation from all sorts of things and reasons that are uniquely different for each individual. We are not going to explore the infinite world of weigh loss psychology, dietary restrictions or any … Continue reading Race Weight Cut

Food Intolerance Test: Creating Your “Perfect Diet”

There are so many diets that promote incredible results with weight loss, muscle gain or overall well being. How many diets or different approaches have you tried in pursuit of your goals? How many times have you failed? Don't rely just on somebody's opinions or suggestions to eating. I encourage you to take proactive approach and learn what works and what doesn't, specifically with your body. Create your own "perfect" diet to live a long and healthy life.

Hydration During

What we are trying to achieve here is to prevent more than a 2% drop in body weight caused by fluid loss (about 3 lbs (1.4 kg) of weight loss for 150 (68 kg) pound athlete). The two main goals of performance hydration is to: Improve calorie absorption by utilizing performance hydration as a "transporter"Maintain … Continue reading Hydration During

4 Hour Bike + 15 Min Run. March 16, 2019. ~Mind over Body~

BRICK 4 hours holding 200 Watts + 15 min Run off bike A brick workout is any workout that combines swimming, biking and/or running into a single session. The most common example is the bike to run brick, where you go for a run immediately after finishing a bike ride. Today I pushed myself above my physical limits. Today my mind won … Continue reading 4 Hour Bike + 15 Min Run. March 16, 2019. ~Mind over Body~

Post-Exercise Fueling

The race is over. You've given all you had. What's next? Recovery. Proper post-exercise nutrition as much important as the previous stages. Learn about how to maximize your recovery through the lenses of sports nutrition.

Fueling Before

For athletes, eating carbohydrates is like putting the octane in your body. Consuming carbs will increase your blood glucose levels and help to fill your tanks before training or racing.