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going for longer. It's also great if you're trying to lose weight as it keeps you feeling full. Fruit and fibre In other words, fresh fruit and foods that are packed with fibre. A recent study in the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise
in the afternoon, 500ml of sports drink during training and a 300ml milkshake after training. Fat intake Nigel's daily fat intake was generally pretty low but on one day the addition of a very large bag of nuts and a large portion ice cream pushed the average up
breakfast. However, in general, Rob is careful about the amount of fat he consumes. His Omega-3 fat intake was low and it would be beneficial for him to include oily fish in his diet more than once per week. The maximum number of recommended portions of oily
and BTS instructor. She has experience of working with world-class athletes from a wide variety of sports and is currently the Sports Nutrition Consultant for the British Olympic Association, British Gymnastics and GB Rowing. She also works as a
Hard Training Q&AsTRAINING GENERAL• Do I need to take an "easy week" when my average mileage isn’t that high? • Should you try and break through ‘the wall’ in training? • Is it just the cold weather, or am I getting fitter? • How do I overcome
"Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy," said Benjamin Franklin – and who are we to argue with such an august figure?The problem most runners have, though, is reconciling sinking a couple of cold ones with the consequential effect on their training. However, al...
)Sports nutrition veterans SIS launched REGO in 1995, and it has been a recovery staple ever since. With an extra shot of anti-oxidant vitamins to repair muscles, REGO combines a special mix of complex carbohydrates, fructose and protein to aid quick recovery from
Q. What is the best mix of protein, carbs and fats to eat the week before the marathon? Rob22A. The most important thing is to continue eating a well-balanced diet composed of carbohydrate (70%), protein (15%) and fat (15%). Aim to eat around 6-9g of carbohydrate per kilogram...
, Registered Dietitian with the Health Professions Council and qualified group exercise and BTS instructor. She has experience of working with world-class athletes from a wide variety of sports and is currently the Sports Nutrition Consultant for the British
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