Coach and dietitian Bob Seebohar helps breakdown the important aspects of daily and sport nutrition. There are countless fad diets, sports nutrition products, and “expert” advice floating around. Go on a group ride and you will hear conflicting stories of what nutrition plans and products work, and don’t work, for different cyclists. Sport nutrition is the blend of daily nutrition and training nutrition. Daily nutrition is a very important piece of the puzzle as it sets up your training nutrition strategies. Daily nutrition is where you should place most of your time and resources as it requires changing a behavior. This alone could take months. Let’s get into the important aspects of this particular aspect of sport nutrition. The cornerstone of improving health and performance lies in what goes in your body on a consistent, day-to-day basis.
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