Triathlete

The Importance of Protein for Triathletes - 52 Weeks to Mont Tremblant - Week 30

The Importance of Protein for Triathletes - 52 Weeks to Mont Tremblant - Week 30

In general, protein intake for athletes should be about higher than for the average non-athlete. That means, for a general approach, athletes should be consuming 1.2 to 2 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight per day. That’s a great place to start and then progress from there.

The Basics of Essential Nutrition Explained - 52 Weeks to Mont Tremblant - Week 27

The Basics of Essential Nutrition Explained - 52 Weeks to Mont Tremblant - Week 27

This is the first article in a five week series where we discuss proper nutrition for triathletes. The first week focuses on basic nutrition practices for general health. Moving forward we’ll explain the importance of fat, protein, and carbohydrate as well as share strategies to calculate your daily caloric expenditure and the proper macronutrient breakdown to improve your athletic performance.

Basic nutrition practices for general health

The evidence of poor nutrition is rampant. You don’t need to look further than your friends, family, and coworkers for proof. It’s an unfortunate reality, but there’s no sense in sugarcoating everything just because they do.