Sunday, July 28, 2013

Post Workout Nutrition for the Fitness Athletes

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  1. These are some good recommendations for PWO nutrition. Glad to see you aren't afraid of carbs like a lot of CF athletes or coaches.

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  2. Thanks, we appreciate the feedback.
    And in this sport low carb is nothing but trouble for competitors. If you check out our interview with Mike Kesthely of Dynamic Nutrition (and the nutrition module co-conductor for OPT) he delves a bit into why low carb is bad for crossfit athletes.
    http://peakathleticdevelopment.blogspot.com/2013/07/interview-with-mike-kesthely-of-dynamic.html

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  3. I really appreciate this information! I have a son who is a very talented athlete and have been wondering what the proper nutrition for an athlete is. This helped to clear up a lot of questions I have been having. Thanks for sharing this!

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    1. Great post, very detailed . Indeed, nutrition and meal planning are really vital things for an athlete's overall health and success.

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