Healthy and filling lunches are simply gold in the middle of your day. They can sustain you for a busy afternoon of work and prep you for an afternoon training session. A healthy and balanced lunch will ensure you don’t get to the end the day feeling depleted and heading for snacks before dinner. Tucking into a lunch that is full of both flavour and nutrients will have you feeling satisfied and ready to tackle the afternoon.
One of the most common questions we are asked is ‘what is the best type of protein’? Protein is available in a number of food sources and you will find a variety of protein supplements to choose from on the market. This week we delve into some of the science so you can understand which is the the right one for you.
Low carb, high fat, fat oxidisation, periodisation….
All different ways of eating and approaching training and all claiming they are THE BEST! Are you just a bit confused?
You hear and see the horror stories unfolding on Ironman day…
Athletes blowing up on the bike, vomiting on the run, cramping, collapsing at the finish line and being carted off into the medical tent.