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03/07/2011 // INFO Leave a comment

The Endurance Coach: Eating for recovery


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Another guest blog for GGB from Rebecca Dent, The Endurance Coach, www.theendurancecoach.com

Effective recovery is arguably the most important component to your training but often the most neglected and least planned. Recovery is the period of time where you reap the benefits of your training and the adaptations occur. READ ON

15/05/2011 // INFO Leave a comment

The Endurance Coach: Periodisation of nutrition

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Another guest blog for GGB from Rebecca Dent, The Endurance Coach, www.theendurancecoach.com

If you periodise your training to elicit certain responses or adaptations to get fitter, stronger and faster then surely it is common sense that you periodise your nutrition intake isn’t it? Do you adjust your nutrient intake to match your training demands? READ ON

24/04/2011 // INFO Leave a comment

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The recent hot and sunny weather in Northern Europe has been great for getting out on the bicycle. Coupled with longer days it has felt like mid summer rather than mid April. READ ON

16/04/2011 // INFO 2 Comments

The Endurance Coach: Eating low and training high

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Another guest blog for GGB from Marc Lathwaite, The Endurance Coach, www.theendurancecoach.com

Official guidelines in the 1990’s were unanimous in their recommendation of high carbohydrate intakes for athletes. This recommendation was to ensure adequate glycogen recovery on a daily basis (glycogen is the term given to carbohydrate stored in the liver and muscles). READ ON