You wouldn’t go from zero training to a 5 x 1-mile track workout in a day, why do the same with a new nutrition plan? Ease into your new, healthier habits just like you’d start (or restart) your training.
Steer clear of one-size-fits-all formulas to balance carbs, fat, and protein in your diet.
Matt Fitzgerald explains why the compensation effect is real and how it can be worked around with the right guidelines.
Micronutrients are the true building blocks of nutrition, and are essential to an athlete’s performance.
Learn how to eat healthy through the high appetite and little extra time that comes with training for a long distance triathlon.
This seminar features Cristina Rivera. Rivera talks about nutrition products like bars, gels and supplements, and helps you decide which ones are worth your time.
Dr. John Berardi describes a very important part your daily nutrition plan: how to balance acids and bases.
Triathlete magazine author Dr. Jeffrey Sankoff will be featured on an online radio show to talk about New Year’s resolutions and some of the dangers associated with them.
As we get older, our bodies gradually lose their capacity to fight free radicals with antioxidants—including those free radicals that cause fatigue during exercise. Could antioxidant supplementation combat this effect of aging on endurance performance?