30 Jan '17, 7am

Depleting for Performance and more Drug in Sport discussion #mindset

I wanted to point a couple of items that may be of interest to readers. Depleting for Performance First, I’m fortunate enough to write a monthly column for Running Times. In this issue, I delve into using energy depletion as a way to get more bang for your buck in training. Essentially, the idea is to manipulate diet to help us induce certain adaptations. Thanks to Trent Stellingwerf for providing some great insights along the way: As runners training for the marathon, we are inundated with messages about the importance of staying hydrated, fueled and ready to go. A whole culture surrounds the obligatory carbo-load pre-race meal, we carry drinks and gels to fuel us on the run, and we religiously replace our carbohydrate stores within the refueling window. But do we always need to have our fuel stores topped off? Coaches and scientists have recently begun to question if we ...

Full article: http://www.scienceofrunning.com/2015/01/depleting-for-per...

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