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Intermittent Fasting

There are way too many diet trends in 2020. Why? Because everyone eats, everyone has an opinion and we still don’t know everything about the human body and frankly I don’t think we ever will. If you look at most of the diet fads; Paleo, 5:2 diet, fasting, ketogenic there is a common trend in all of these. Caloric restriction! Ther


Meal recipes for runners and cyclists during lockdown

Veggie Lentil Soup
(Best after easy training session or to target mitochondrial adaptations)
(Makes 3 serves)
3 cups of brown lentils1/2 cup shallots, chopped4 stalks celery, chopped2 large carrots, chopped3 tsp Vegetable Broth mixed in 1 cup water1 Tbs Extra Virgin Olive Oil1.5 cups of brown rice and quinoaMethod:
Heat olive oil in a


Snack recipes for runners & cyclists during lockdown

Choc-nut Protein Balls
1.5 cups rolled oats
1 cup 100% nut butter (peanut butter, almond butter, cashew butter)
1 scoop chocolate WPI
100mL of unsweetened almond milk
Dash of salt
2 Tablespoons cocao nibs or 85% dark chocolate cut into small pieces
Place oats, peanut butter, Bindi protein powder, unsweetened almond milk, salt, an


Raspberry protein bread recipe

Raspberry Protein Bread (post training / anytime
snack)Makes 10 slicesServing size = 2 slicesIngredients400g can
of chickpeas1 cup
almond meal½ cup
wholemeal flour½ cup of
skim milk or nut milk3 tbsp
of raw cacao powder¼ cup of
stevia or 1 ripe banana1 tsp of
baking powder2 tsp
cinnamonPinch of
salt1.5 cups
of frozen raspberri


Hydration for the Heat: Part 1

Perfecting your
nutrition for an Ironman is a series of mathematical equations and questions
that goes a little something like this; how long am I going to be out on course
for, am I going to use liquid or food for nutrition, how am I going to fit my
fuel and hydration on the bike/ take it with me on the run, what brand of
hydration or food is bet

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