Performance nutrition is more than just eating - it's about eating the right foods at the right time in your training. This 12-week countdown to race day will help you focus on what’s important (and filter out the noise).
With nutrition’s influence on athlete well-being and training goals, establishing new routines and amplifying beneficial practices is best done in concert with all three members playing an important role.
Alcohol has a measurable impact on HRV, heart rate, respiration and sleep stages. In turn, these negative implications directly influence the factors most often associated with training recovery.
As endurance athletes ourselves, we're routinely looking for information on how to best support their athletes. In this post, we'll break down a basic nutrition plan for athletes into three simple questions coaches can ask to get started.
When it comes to carb loading, what exactly does the latest science say about an age-old practice—and what are the best protocols to follow to ensure we hit the start line well-fueled?
Athletes commonly ask how they can continue to optimize their performance as they age beyond their 50's, 60's, 70's, and beyond. Scott shares the results from a study that demonstrates that it's still possible to make gains as you age with the proper nutrition and strength regime.
When it comes to race fueling, high-carb plans have become the rage. Why are carbohydrates important? When and what kind of carbs should you ingest? And how much is too much?
Testing your health biomarkers regularly is a key part of understanding your current health status and optimizing your health and performance. The Fuelin program recommends that all of our athletes test their biomarkers regularly to stay ahead of the curve and make adjustments to their nutrition as needed based on the results.
If your goal is to improve your body composition, measuring it periodically is an important part of tracking your progress. Coach Scott Tindal gives an overview of the different methods to measure your body composition.
In this Triathlete Magazine article, Fuelin’s Scott Tindal shares his own experience on abstaining from alcohol for a month.
Fuelin’s Scott Tindal is interviewed about what makes triathletes so unique in terms of special nutrition considerations.
Supersapiens and Levels are making a big splash and brining continuous glucose monitors for use by athletes and everyday individuals. Scott describes the science behind the technology and its applicability to endurance athletes.
Scott writes in Triathlete Magazine about the hotly debated topic of fueling with carbohydrates for endurance athletes.
Bonking happens when endurance athletes that don’t fuel properly for their training sessions or races. Coach Scott Tindal breaks down the science behind bonking and how you can avoid it.
The tables are turned as Fuelin’s Scott Tindal is interviewed by Triathlete Magazine about what he eats daily.
Establishing healthy habits is a key part of being a high performance athlete. Coach Scott Tindal breaks down the steps to establish health nutrition habits to set you up for success.
Here are 5 mistakes to avoid during the post-season to set you up for a successful upcoming season.
Wondering how you can stay on point with your nutrition while eating out? Coach Elizabeth Inpyn shares practical tips to make healthy choices when your only option is fast food.
Advice from our very own Scott Tindal on how to nail your off-season nutrition.
Cooking at home can assist greatly in helping you hit your nutrition goals. In this article, Fuelin coach Elizabeth Inpyn shares 10 essential tools to have in your kitchen.
Try out these fun festive recipes the holiday season from Fuelin’s Elizabeth Inpyn.
Delicious food doesn’t have to be time consuming or complicated to make. Check out these 5 simple sheet pan supper recipes that are perfect for the time starved athlete.