Recently, the New York Times wrote about the best time of day to train for fat loss. I’ll save you searching the article and let you know that it’s the morning on an empty stomach.
Yes, I am a tool. Or I should say that my body is my tool.
It’s important to find an ironman fueling plan that is effective over the length of your race, at specific efforts and that fits your body composition.
With EC’s recent Tucson camp fresh in my mind I thought it might be a good time to chat about one of the less considered elements in training camp planning: nutrition.
Here, I am going to write about body composition, age and gender. Should be something to offend everyone…
One of the most common questions I get asked is about nutrition: “How do I get as lean as I possibly can, live in my hectic life and have the energy I need to train and recover?”
One hot topic at this time of year is race nutrition — there is a lot of information out there and learning what works best for you can be difficult.
Ten years ago, I was 40 pounds heavier and sedentary. Every time my daughter shows her baby pictures I cringe. I believe running and later, at the suggestion of a friend, triathlon saved my health and eventually my life.
During this period, it’s okay to take a mental and physical break and allow ourselves a few treats