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Skip to the beginning of the images gallery. Nutrition Periodization for Athletes, 2nd Edition. Bob Seebohar, M. In stock. Add to Cart. This causes the athlete to seek out more carbs and suddenly our diet becomes unbalanced and we become carb-driven. Research proves that eating lean protein and fiber think fruits and vegetables together has a blood sugar stabilizing effect as well as being very successful in weight loss strategies.
Remember, this is not a low-carb diet; it is a balanced diet. That means your meals will look different than the usual bagels, oatmeal and pasta. Breakfast may be black beans, spinach and eggs or egg whites micro waved to resemble an omelet, with some feta cheese or salsa on top. Or it may be yogurt with lots of berries and nuts added in.
Or it may be a lean piece of meat with lots of vegetables and some fruit and a small bit of cheese for dessert. If you cannot go cold turkey on grains, then add a small bit of quinoa or brown rice to your dinner. Snacks can be cut-up veggies with a yogurt-based dip. Soups, chili, stew, lettuce wraps — be creative! What about during your workout? Answer: water and electrolytes. Will I die? No…you will lose fat.
Nutrition Periodization for Athletes: Taking Traditional Sports Nutrition to the Next Level
Because you are NOT going at a high intensity, remember? You are not going through your carb stores; you are fat burning by staying under your crossover point! Not necessary. You did not deplete your carb stores…you only made a dent in your fat stores. So rehydrate and have a balanced snack or meal. It may be possible, but not advisable if you can possibly afford to have it professionally measured. But from one simple sub-maximal metabolic test, you can find out how many calories you are burning at different intensities paces AND how many of those calories are coming from fat and how many from carbs.
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You have a visual as to where you need to keep your pace for fat burning! And in addition to making it easier for you to become metabolically efficient, there are other positive benefits from becoming so. Decreasing your body-fat, lowering your triglyceride level, controlling insulin levels and bettering your blood lipid profile among them. The actual test consists of using a metabolic cart and usually a treadmill, but a bicycle can be used.
After fasting for about four hours, and after a through warm-up, you will be fitted with a mouthpiece, nose clip and headgear to capture your breathing. The test itself may take between minutes but is NOT a maximal test. You will almost certainly start out walking and every 5 minutes the speed of the treadmill will be increased about one-half minute per mile until you have reached your crossover point and a bit longer to make sure. But the list is definitely not complete, so do some research. Many gyms are beginning to have this equipment; just be sure the person administering the test understands the protocol to be used.
A very cost-effective way to be tested is to go to a college or university that has an Exercise Physiology Department. Grad students are always looking for guinea pigs, I mean runners, for research projects. But to maximize leaning-down in the shortest time frame, get the test. These are all great results. So think about incorporating ME training into your base training. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook. Labels: Books.
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