Category Archives: Nutrition

Guest Article: WHY YOU NEED A NUTRITION PLAN FOR YOUR NEXT RACE

The following article comes from friend and listener Jeff Rothschild. Jeff Rothschild is a Registered Dietitian (RD) with a Master’s degree in Nutritional Science. This article is a great primer for this month’s discussion with Jeff! Here’s why you need a nutrition plan for your next race...
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Fat Burning – Why It’s Overrated for the Competitive Endurance Athlete

The following article comes from friend and listener Jeff Rothschild. Jeff Rothschild is a Registered Dietitian (RD) with a Master’s degree in Nutritional Science. This article is a great complement to my recent Tipcasts on why fat burning is over-rated for endurance athletes. We’ll be talking with Jeff in some future podcasts! Fat...
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Forward Thinking (part 2)… The next steps in your strategic carb intake

The following article comes from friend and listener Jeff Rothschild. Jeff Rothschild is a Registered Dietitian (RD) with a Master’s degree in Nutritional Science. This is part 2 of a great article on periodizing your carbohydrate intake. We’ll be talking with Jeff in some future podcasts! Forward Thinking (part 2)… The next steps...
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Guest Article: FORWARD THINKING… DAILY CARBOHYDRATE PERIODIZATION FOR ATHLETES (PART 1)

The following article comes from friend and listener Jeff Rothschild. Jeff Rothschild is a Registered Dietitian (RD) with a Master’s degree in Nutritional Science. This is great article on periodizing your carbohydrate intake. We’ll be talking with Jeff in some future podcasts! Forward Thinking… Daily carbohydrate periodization for athletes (part 1)...
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Junk Miles and Calories – Sports vs Physique Nutrition

A great article posted by Jose Antonio, PhD. For more great articles like this, checkout the ISSN Scoop. An Ephemeral Summary Physique nutrition peeps focus on burning calories. Performance nutrition peeps focus on getting better at a sport or activity. Performance athletes should NOT burn extra calories. There’s a term...
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Rethinking the 2% Dehydration Rule: The latest research

If you haven’t heard, the 2% rule is more hype than actual fact. As recently reported on Sweat Science, recent research appears to have finally turned the tables on the 2% dehydration rule. Rather than rehash these papers, which I’ve included below, the Tipcast will focus on why they’re different, and why...
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