Today's Podcast features guest host Rich Soares
Do you feel uncertain about what foods to eat for optimal endurance training? Are you looking to improve your health and performance? In this episode, we are joined by Scott Tindal, the creator and CEO of Fuelin, a nutrition and fueling platform designed for athletes. Together with TriDot Coach Elizabeth James, Scott discusses how your body's biology and training intensity can affect your fueling requirements. Scott and Elizabeth also debunk some common myths about certain diets and provide valuable insights on how to properly fuel before a race. Don't miss this illuminating conversation on the importance of personalized fueling and how it can help you reach your triathlon goals.
TriDot athletes can now connect their TriDot accounts with Fuelin, a nutrition coaching app. Fuelin's nutrition programs help instruct athletes how to fuel before, during, and after their training sessions as well as in daily life. Athletes who are Fuelin subscribers can now pull their TriDot workouts into the Fuelin app to receive nutritional guidance. Use code TRIDOT20 for 20% off your first month.
TriDot athletes can now connect ... Athletes who are Fuelin subscribers can now pull their TriDot workouts into the Fuelin app to receive nutritional guidance. Visit https://www.fuelin.com/tridot and use code TRIDOT20 for 20% off your first month.
Want to dig deeper into the research referenced in this episode?
- Mallinson, J E et al. “Protein dose requirements to maximize skeletal muscle protein synthesis after repeated bouts of resistance exercise in young trained women.” Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports vol. 33,12 (2023): 2470-2481. doi:10.1111/sms.14506
- Trommelen, Jorn et al. “The anabolic response to protein ingestion during recovery from exercise has no upper limit in magnitude and duration in vivo in humans.” Cell reports. Medicine vol. 4,12 (2023): 101324. doi:10.1016/j.xcrm.2023.101324
- Mountjoy, Margo et al. “2023 International Olympic Committee's (IOC) consensus statement on Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (REDs).” British journal of sports medicine vol. 57,17 (2023): 1073-1097. doi:10.1136/bjsports-2023-106994