Nutrition for Triathlon Triathlon Triathlon is fast increasing in popularity amongst those wanting to test themselves to their limits! I frequently work with motivated over-achieving executives who have decided to test their physical faculties to their maximum, to compliment the professional and mental challenges they already face! Fail to prepare for competition and you really are preparing to fail, as competing in this event will require a high intensity of exercise, combined with endurance. Sprint distance triathlons, the shortest (but possible the highest intensity if you perform maximally…) consists of... Read More
Masters Level Exercise Scientist and Kinetica Sports Ambassador Jon Denoris has put together an informative article based on research by Ivy and Portman on The Nutrient Timing (NT) Theory. For those of you who are not yet familiar with this theory, you can read over Jon’s piece which will give you a little insight to the latest in cutting-edge nutrition theory, for maximising strength and performance gains earned in the gym. Learn why WHEN you eat may be even more important than WHAT you eat… If you take your training seriously, and want to get... Read More
Kinetica Sports is featured within the May issue of 220 Triathlon. Kinetica Ambassador and Ironman pro Fraser Cartmell also gives some insight on his diet and how he uses Kinetica 100% Recovery in order to stay on top of his game.
With the London Marathon taking place this weekend, Kinetica Ambassador and Elite Sports Nutritionist, Matt Lovell has come up with some nutrition tips that you should keep in mind when preparing for a marathon. Marathon Tips: Nutrition The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) has found that poor hydration before; during and after endurance events can hamper the body’s ability to regulate temperature through sweating and may also contribute to increased exhaustion, and injury. To make sure you are adequately hydrated – weigh yourself at the start and end of your... Read More
Kinetica Sports are delighted to announce that they will be the Official Sports Nutrition partner to the Salomon Trail Team for 2012. The recently announced Salomon Trail Team have already made their mark in 2012, with Emma Clayton claiming fell records, Angela Mudge winning at will in the Scottish hills and the likes of Tom Owens excelling in Europe. At the Team Camp in early March the team spent time in North Wales for three days of team talks, kit fitting, training sessions and product briefings. Speaking about the tie-in Salomon Trail... Read More