Posted: 19 Sep

Studies suggest that 30–50 % of endurance athletes can experience gastrointestinal symptoms during exercise which are mild and of no risk to health. In some cases, however, it can be more serious and need medical intervention. In both cases, race performance will be affected and in extreme cases the athlete will have to retire from the race.

A number of nutritional strategies

Posted: 19 Sep

I speak to many endurance athletes who tell me they have taken up doing endurance events initially to lose weight & continue to eat all the bad foods they ate before.

I know it's a well used saying but you really are what you eat.

Think of your car. If it's a petrol car, would you put diesel in it & expect

Posted: 12 Sep

As the race season for endurance athletes draws to a close, it’s a good time to reflect on how the last season has gone for you. You might have already made notes after each event. If you have, that’s great and you can now follow this process to make sure you’re in great shape for next season. Spending 30 minutes

Posted: 5 Sep

As the Olympics in Rio progresses, the eyes of the world are on these amazing athletes who have dedicated themselves to their sport and dream of bringing a gold medal home.

Olympic athletes are exceptional physical specimens whose bodies are shaped by the sport they excel at. The spend hours working out and training and eat an extremely strict diet to

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