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Nutrition for Ironman and 70.3

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Comment by Dan Thomas on February 24, 2011 at 1:55pm

I've been a triathlete for 8 years.  I've completed 3 Ironman races. I have always found it intriguing the number of Ironman athletes I see who have a (relatively) high percentage of body fat. I see competitive athletes with guts. 

 

I've have definitely noticed that I have a more consistent energy with the higher protein diet and "slow carbs".  More muscle mass helps burn more calories when at rest.

The author, Tim Ferriss, is one of a kind. An interesting read whether you need to lose weight or not.

 

Comment by Dan Thomas on February 24, 2011 at 8:31am

Anyone else trying The 4-Hour Body diet by Timothy Ferriss?  I have enjoyed good success with it in reducing percentage of body fat. Focus of the diet is a "slow carb" diet combined with weight training. I've lost 8 pounds since 1/1 and lowered my percentage of body fat by 5%.  

 

Like a lot of triathletes, I was a carb-junkie.  Despite hard training I always had a ring of fat around my waist. Finally, it is starting to disappear.   

Comment by Andy Nazworth on February 23, 2011 at 6:28pm
I've tried the solids. They are kinda chewy and stick to your teeth a little, but I think I can get used to them. I plan on using them more on the run portion of a tri along with water. They will be easier to carry than gels.
Comment by Skip Slade on February 23, 2011 at 5:02pm
Has anyone tried the Hammer Perpetuem solid tabs yet?
Comment by Skip Slade on January 28, 2011 at 11:50pm
YUMMMMM!
Comment by Robert Kunz on May 3, 2010 at 1:26pm
Heather Wurtele details her nutrition following her Ironman St George win.

http://iamtri.com/video/first-endurance-nutrition-1
Comment by Robert Kunz on January 6, 2010 at 3:19pm
Thought this group might have some interest in the newest guidelines for Vitamin D..which seems to be a hot topic lately. Written by Ironman Triathlete

Shawn H. Dolan, PhD, RD, CSSD

http://blog.firstendurance.com/2010/01/vitamin-d-expose-yourself-to...
Comment by Tricia McCord on November 11, 2009 at 3:47pm
Great point, Robert - definitely make sure that your RD has experience w/ endurance sports. Look for people who have the letters "RD, CSSD" after their name - they have a special certification for sports nutrition. But even still, it's good to find someone who is an RD, a CSSD, AND has experience w/ endurance sports specifically. Good luck w/ your appointment, Joe!
Comment by Robert Kunz on November 11, 2009 at 2:52pm
All,
Make certain your RD clearly understands and has LOTS of experience with 70.3 and Ironman distance training and racing. I would go so far as to say that make sure they too are a triathlete that races this distance. I have found that many RD's take their knowledge and extrapolate to endurance athletes where it does not fit. Their education is in foods for the general population, not in fueling an Ironman athlete. Though Tricia had success with her RD, many have not and its usually because the RD's lack of experience with the discipline of triathlon and the complications that arise from exercising this distance in the heat.
Comment by Joe Klein on November 11, 2009 at 2:17pm
Hi Tricia. Thank you for the info & the link below. I have sinse found a Reg Dietitian (from your link) & set up an appt.
 

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