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We are proud to announce that Endura Nutrition are on board for Bicycling Australia's upcoming Noosa Classic Grand Fondo event! On top of that the Endura team have prepared a helpful guide to make sure riders stay on top of their hydration, energy and recovery.
Australian pasta brand San Remo has struck a chord with Aussie consumers, their innovative Pulse Pasta endorsed by Anna Meares voted Product of the Year 2018 in the pasta and rice category at the coveted 2018 consumer’s choice awards.
One of the key members of any professional cycling outfit is the Team Doctor - nobody in the team carries more responsibility for not only rider health and wellbeing, but the reputation and long-term accountability of all involved.
How much you need to eat and drink during a 100+KM ride depends on you body mass and event duration as David O'Reilly explains.
Nutrition - it's a topic a lot of people ask us about. Whether you want advice for pre, during or post-ride intake, this article will help fuel your hunger.
You may not want to drink chocolate milk every day, but as an alternative to retail outlet recovery potions, it might be the miracle elixir! David O'Reilly explains.
Getting your nutrition right for an event such as the Bowral Classic is imperative. Without giving due consideration to pre-ride nutrition you run the risk hitting the wall prematurely ...
Low carbohydrate diets have become part of the fad diet landscape, and gained an almost universally negative reputation. However, some cyclists integrate a low carb regime in their training. David O'Reilly looks at how and why.
Performance Nutritionist, David O'Reilly, gives us the good oil on overtraining, and immune system overload.
Winter can sometimes be an excuse for poor eating habits and weight gain. Make your plan now to maintain your ideal weight, or lose those extra kilos. Here's the way to lose 5-10kg over a 6-12 week period without compromising your body composition or performance.
When it comes to nutritional quality, not only does preparing your meals and snacks at home give you much more control over what you are eating but it also means that you have complete control over the amounts of carbs, proteins, vegies and good fats that you consume diet on a daily basis.
There is plenty of attention given to eating for recovery, carb loading and hydration but far less to macronutrient balance. So how much carbohydrate, protein and fat do cyclists of different levels require?
It almost seems unfathomable that a healthy cyclist would be at risk of poor bone health, but recent studies are prompting some to action.
Protein is the buzz word for many an athlete and while thoughts of all things protein instantly turn to protein powders and slabs of steak the truth is that you cannot go past the humble egg.
For many of us, fish equals brain food but for cyclists fish also represents a significant source of lean protein and depending on the type of fish you choose, a great source of nature’s anti-inflammatory omega free fats. So how often do we really need to eat fish to get all the health benefits and what are the best types for us to maximise these benefits?