Tracking your training with your menstrual cycle can have a huge impact on performance.
Should I abstain from caffeine for a period of time leading up to my event to get a bigger boost when using it on race day?
Navigating your way around sugars—both natural and added ones—can be a tricky task.
These delicious, nutritious family-friendly meals also serve as great training foods - saving you time, energy, and endless "what's for dinner?" queries.
If you don’t top off your tank in the morning, you’ll lack the mental and physical energy you need to get through your workout and your workday.
Leading sports nutritionist and exercise physiologist, Dr. Stacy Sims, answers your most pressing nutrition questions.
It can make or break your race or workout, so do you know all you should about staying well hydrated?
Leading sports nutritionist and exercise physiologist Dr. Stacy Sims answers your most pressing fueling questions.
Our at-a-glance guide to race-day nutrition from Olympic distance to 70.3 to iron-distance racing.
Knowing how much protein to eat each day can play an important role in your training and recovery.
Knowing how best to approach eating and drinking in the week leading into your race can really help set you up for success.
Leading sports nutritionist and exercise physiologist Dr. Stacy Sims answers your most pressing questions.
Knowing when and how to take on carbs is a debate that continues to rage in the sports nutrition world.
Learning how to mitigate GI distress in training and racing can be well worth doing—but when is the right time to train your gut?