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Which is More Important: Pre- or Post-Workout Nutrition?

With many choices for pre- and post-workout nutrition, athletes sometimes lose sight of the big picture. Here& how to prioritize pre- vs.

Sports Nutrition Tips for Cold Weather Workouts

Winter training presents some unique sports nutrition challenges, and CTS Coach Reid Beloni has tips and tricks to keep you fueled and hydrated in the cold.

Differentiating Between Training and Racing Nutrition Strategies

Differentiating Between Training and Racing Nutrition Strategies

Understanding Nutrition Periodization If the demands on our bodies vary, it follows that our nutrition to fuel our bodies should vary as well. Therefore, understanding nutrition periodization is vital to achieving optimal performance.

Understanding Nutrition Periodization If the demands on our bodies vary, it follows that our nutrition to fuel our bodies should vary as well. Therefore, understanding nutrition periodization is vital to achieving optimal performance.

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Smart snack strategies for runners by Monique Ryan, RD

Diet Tips – 3 Recipes Without Sugar to Help You Keep Your Weight in Check

Diet Tips – 3 Recipes Without Sugar to Help You Keep Your Weight in Check - Beautips

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Your guide to everything protein! Do you know how much you really need, and the different types of protein? Click the article to find out!

Along with carbohydrates, endurance athletes need protein to stay healthy. Coach Taylor Thomas explains why and how much protein you need, the different types, and how protein intake may be beneficial during your training and racing.

A “magic number” may not truly exist, but there’s a wide consensus that a consistent cadence around 90 rpm can help you avoid leg

A “magic number” may not truly exist, but there’s a wide consensus that a consistent cadence around 90 rpm can help you avoid leg fatigue and, in turn, run easier off the bike. Similar to race nutrition, bike cadence is a personal style and skill.

We talked to five registered dietitians and experienced triathletes about how they fuel their own training and racing.

5 Nutritionist-Recommended Eating Plans to fuel your training

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