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Part five of our Endurance Journey looks at one of the key macro nutrients; protein. Protein is not only an essential ingredient in everyday health, but for an endurance athlete it becomes critical. The right amount, what kind, when to consume it; learn this and more in the following podcast.
This is not to be missed. As we hit the 4th part of our endurance journey with Mark Wolff, we look at the importance of our nutritional foundation. This includes a wide range of aspects, most notably your rest and active days. So how do you calculate your nutritional requirements?
In part 3 of your Endurance Journey we build on our last conversation about the importance of pre-journey checks. The key today is what these blood and health tests can generally tell you, why you need to be open and honest with a doctor about possible conditions, and how nutrition may well be the solution.
In part 2 of our Endurance Journey, Mark Wolf tell’s us why it is so vital to go for a pre-journey check-up. Are you really as healthy as you think you are? How do you know that your engine is in fine working order? Especially when considering you may be looking to put it under massive stress in your endurance endeavours.
Over the next few weeks our Sports Nutritionist Mark Wolff is going to take you on an Endurance Journey. When it comes to sports and endurance, it’s not quite as simple as just going from point A to B. Any journey is built on a good solid foundation, and this is why…
It is going to be an especially hot one! With a heat wave gripping Johannesburg in South Africa, the iconic 947 Cycle Challenge is set to be hotter than ever in 2018. Mark Wolff gives you great advice on how to stay hydrated, on this episode of the 32Gi Sports Nutrition podcast.
The Ultra Triathlon series is at the forefront of long distance triathlon in South Africa. Following three successful events in 2018, the inaugural MyWayLife Joburg Ultra is set to take place on the 2nd of December. It’s a race with lofty ambitions, hear more on the latest edition of the 32Gi Sports Nutrition podcast.
We pick up on our great chat with South African endurance nut Johan Joubert, on this episode of 32Gi Sports Nutrition. Not only does he love to ride a bike, but in true endurance athlete fashion he also loves to run! No only around the park, but Ultra-Marathons! But first here is some not to be missed cycle racing nutritional advice…
Ultra-running has the ability to leave no stone unturned when unearthing talent. Having been inspired by seeing his sister, Caroline Wostmann, win the Comrades Marathon, Chris Cherry decided to up his own running ante, and give the “Ultimate Human Race”, a bash. He certainly has “it”, having finished 23rd overall in 2018.
This week on 32Gi Sports Nutrition we chat to an inspirational athlete out of Melbourne, Australia. Grace Thek may only be 26-years-old, but she is an ultra-triathlete on the rise, having won and been on the podium in her opening three half Ironman distance events. Thek is a name worth remembering.
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