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How much sodium should you take in during a triathlon training session or race?
The latest breed of sport drinks are sucking some of the sugars out of their products. But don’t go rushing to fill up your bike bottles with low-carb drinks just yet.
Triathlon requires specific nutritional considerations. Test and practice to find what works.
Everything you need to know about eating for optimal performance as you count down to the big day.
A daily diet of pizza, cookies and Ben & Jerry’s affects more than your waistline.
Steer clear of one-size-fits-all formulas to balance carbs, fat, and protein in your diet.
See if your fueling strategy (or lack thereof) is affecting your performance and health goals.
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?
These strategies will get your nutrition back on track for a better, stronger and healthier you—no calorie counting required.
Scientists have developed a wearable sweat patch that could allow endurance athletes to adjust their hydration plan during a race by measuring the rate of fluid and electrolyte loss in real time.