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  • Advice for Morning Training: What To Eat

    Advice for Morning Training: What To Eat

    11th September 2017

    Training in the morning is the only way that many athletes can fit workouts into their day and therefore knowing what to eat and how to fuel your body is very important. What you should eat will depend on the type of training you plan on doing.

  • Triathlete’s Favourite: Chocolate Praline Protein Balls Recipe

    Triathlete’s Favourite: Chocolate Praline Protein Balls Recipe

    8th September 2017

    We have an exclusive recipe from Danny Webber, Performance Nutritionist at Nutrition X, for Chocolate Praline Protein Balls ~ aka protein-packed Ferrero Rocher! Ingredients: Cashew Nut Butter (16g) Cashew Nuts, Kernal Only, Plain (40g) Dark Chocolate, 70-84% Cocoa (75g) Hazelnuts,…

  • Cranberry & Pumpkin Seed Flapjack

    Cranberry & Pumpkin Seed Flapjack

    3rd September 2017

    Recipe by ROS Nutrition This delicious snack contains low GI carbohydrate, lots of healthy fats and is high in protein. It is perfect for when you are on the go and in need of some good nutrition or as a…

  • Keep Training On Track & Be Snack Smart This Summer

    Keep Training On Track & Be Snack Smart This Summer

    19th August 2017

    While an increasing number of Brits are trying to maintain their active lifestyle on holiday, sustaining a healthy diet can be a real struggle. Meridian Foods has put together some simple advice to help health and fitness enthusiasts stay on…

  • The Importance Of The 30-Minute Training Window

    The Importance Of The 30-Minute Training Window

    6th August 2017

    When in training for a triathlon, it’s essential to get your nutrition right in the 30-minutes after exercise, so you can feel the benefits in your next session. Your body will recover in time naturally after exercise, but speed is…

  • Signs Of Dehydration, Causes And Treatment

    Signs Of Dehydration, Causes And Treatment

    24th July 2017

    Spot the signs to avoid dehydration and maintain performance when competing. Dehydration can be avoided by drinking little and often, and replacing lost electrolytes (Illustration: Peter Greenwood) Dehydration, one of the most common problems for athletes, is actually fairly easy…

  • Fuelling for Ironman

    Fuelling for Ironman

    21st July 2017

    Written by Annie Simpson, nutritionist at OTE Sports   Ironman is one of the most demanding endurance experiences available, pushing the body to its limits over three disciplines. An Ironman isn’t something you can take on without preparation; it takes…