Lynn Clay from Maxifuel is a sports scientist, nutrition consultant and freelance journalist with eight years' experience in the nutrition industry. She’s a former AAA gold medallist runner, a keen cyclist and she’s competing in Ironman Austria
Fuelling for an Ironman triathlon is as much an art as a science. Knowing what to eat and when is crucial to peak performance. Many triathletes will tell you that their success comes as much from making the right nutritional decisions before
CHINESE“There has been a lot of negative publicity about the use of the food additive monosodium glutamate (MSG) in Chinese food and there are now fewer places using it as an ingredient,” says Currell. However, it’s worth asking if it is used when you’re ordering. Try to avoid it...
team (puresportsmed.com). She specialises in sports nutrition and performance, obesity, cardiovascular issues, and diabetes and insulin resistance. She has worked with professional athletes and non-elites. She is a member of the Nutrition Therapy
When you make a meal from scratch you know exactly what you're going to be eating and you can add as many healthy ingredients as you like. Unfortunately, holding down a job, having a life outside that job and training for triathlon often leave
industry. She’s a former AAA gold medallist runner and a keen cyclist, so she’ll be ready for all of your triathlon training and racing nutrition questions.Plus, she’ll give you the incentive to get back on track after tucking into BBQ treats and nibbles
of triathlon.Whether you’re tackling your first triathlon or returning to racing this summer, you’ll find the newsletters packed with training tips, gear and gadget suggestions and nutrition advice.To ensure you’ve covered the basics, we’ve linked
A smoothie is a great way to start the day, and with a little imagination you can give yours a real kick.Have a little patience with the preparation: a study from Penn State University in the US found that people whose smoothies were blended for five minutes ate 12 per cent less ...
matter of taste – these are some of the more popular options. (We also have a total beginners' guide to sports nutrition) RW's guinea pigs at the London Triathlon... here's what they foundIn 2005, three Runner’s World guinea pigs – Heidi (a runner), Dan
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