To be a nutritionally responsible, well-organized and very prepared traveler, here are some top tips for your next destination race.
Here's how to avoid turning swim, bike, run into swim, bike, walk.
"Tri University" columnist Kristin Goett went to the experts to get the best fuel advice for young age-group triathletes.
What we eat all day long, and specifically before and after training sessions or races, greatly affects our immunity and injury rates.
There are now energy gels, bars, stroopwafels, and sports drinks on the market that all feature a ginger flavor.
Beet supplements are nothing new, so why did I have my DNA and blood tested, and why did I flog myself on a trainer (twice!) in the name of beet science? Read on.
What role do sodium and fluids play in helping with recovery from hard sweaty exercise?
There is a broad movement in sports nutrition toward once again embracing real food.
With the warmer weather finally here, I’m taking my long rides outside. How should I be approaching my on-the-bike hydration?
A coach shares her advice for coping with the fueling challenges that come with being sidelined.
I am training for my first Ironman. How do I change my diet to support my increased workout volume?
Sometimes you have no choice but to grab a pre-packaged breakfast option.
We examine some of the myths around protein intake for endurance athletes.
Do you need calories, caffeine, and electrolytes during a sprint-distance triathlon?
As a sport dietitian who specializes in endurance sports, one of the most common questions I receive from athletes is, "what should I eat after a workout?"
Trying to drop a few pounds before the season starts? Lauren Antonucci advises against cutting your fuel off after a certain time of day.
A breakdown of what’s inside the fiery, next-gen, cramp-fighting concoction.
This roundup of seasonal flavor favorites features products that provide festive ways to fuel your workouts–or serve as a recovery treat.
If EVOO is the only grease you eat, you might be missing out on some key fats and nutrients.
Presenting simple, inexpensive grocery staples backed by science to keep you going strong.
Recovering from a hard workout is the best excuse to chow down, but figuring out how to do it can be a challenge.
People who are obsessed with their mason jars, bento boxes and slow cookers are onto something.
Former Kona age-group champion Holger Beckmann on his journey to low-carb fueling
No monkeying around—the favorite fruit of endurance athletes is becoming a go-to flavor for sports nutrition.
There are many factors that can contribute to frequent Porta-Potty trips in endurance racing.
Fiber is a key nutrient in maintaining a healthy diet and GI system.
Some types of mushrooms promise immune- and energy-boosting effects—no trippin’.
What many athletes don’t understand is that your fueling strategies for training and racing should differ.
Too often athletes fall into a smoothie rut by whirling together the same ingredients over and over again.
What you eat—and when you eat it—post-workout is vital to your body’s ability to build and adapt from the training session.
Here’s how to press the easy button in the kitchen and save mega-time.
Newly reformulated in 2017, Gatorade Endurance Formula now contains…
Many athletes struggle to find the right balance between cutting back on calories and eating enough to properly fuel their runs.
Half of the workout equation is eating the right foods, and it doesn't have to be rocket science!
Call it the Girl Scout effect or what you will, but several brands are turning to mint, pairing it with flavors beyond chocolate to make cool combos.
Rich in both caffeine and health-boosting benefits, tea is naturally making its way into sports drinks.