Category Archives: Nutrient Timing

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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Protein timing may matter most for trained men

Few athletes do not know about the glycogen window, or at least that you should eat after a workout. However,  many do not fully understand why this is important, or that nutrient timing (NT) may differ between sports, by fitness level, and even by gender. While eating something is better than...
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