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Review: Push Endurance is a worthy addition to the endurance supplement market by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 17 Aug 2011 12:23pm You can't run endurance events on water alone.  You might get by in a 5k or super sprint triathlon, but if you aren't looking, using or debating nutritional supplements, then you are staring at the entrance to the pain cave.   Gels, liquids, bars, chews and powders are just a few options out there for endurance athletes nutrition.  Som ... Read on »
Endurance supplement: real advantage or just another advertisement? by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Fri 22 Oct 2010 9:35am Editor's Note: We're thrilled to welcome Ryan Falkenrath to our small team of contributing writer's. Today Ryan starts with this opinion story that takes a critical look at the highly advertised triathlon performance supplements. Have you picked up your issue of Triathlete, VeloNews, Inside Triathlon, Lava or Running Times and seen ... Read on »
Endurance Supplements — My Experience by RollinThunder Facebook Posted Tue 02 Aug 2011 9:00am I took the day off on Monday, so there is no ride data to report. The good news is that by the time this post becomes live, I will be out on the road trying to pedal my way into a podium finish at LOTOJA in five weeks. Well, perhaps not a podium finish, but at least a sub 11:00. That would be sweet… Let’s face it guys, there is a t ... Read on »
Nutrition Nerd: Choline Supplementation and Endurance Performance by irunnerblog Posted Thu 19 Jan 2012 9:36am After taking a bit of a hiatus from nerdy, science-focused posts the past few weeks it is time to jump back in. Are you all ready? Today I want to share with all of you some information I recently came across. A friend of mine (Megan Sexton, MS and current Dietetic Intern) recently wrote a review article (I apologize for not including a link, ... Read on »
Supplements for Endurance Athletes (What I Take) by Tawnee Prazak Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 09 Jul 2012 10:07am Ah, taper. Been a while since I've been on one of these! Vineman 70.3 this Sunday woot woot!!! For a brief moment last week I thought I was getting sick, and truthfully I think it was mental, knowing I didn't have to keep it together for tough training. It's amazing to me how we can mentally will ourselves through tough back-to-back days, but whe ... Read on »
Fight Fatigue and Boost Endurance with Nitric Oxide Supplements! by SethMcKinnon Posted Wed 23 Jan 2013 6:18am If you want to be a muscular man then you can take help from Nitric Oxide Supplements. The supplements are easily available in the market and you can choose any herbal one to enhance your results. So get help and be the muscular man. Read on »
Fight Fatigue and Boost Endurance with Nitric Oxide Supplements! by MeloAraujo Posted Fri 25 Jan 2013 9:44am If you want to be a muscular man then you can take help from Nitric Oxide Supplements. The supplements are easily available in the market and you can choose any herbal one to enhance your results. So get help and be the muscular man. Read on »
Dietary supplements: A round-up of bad news by Dr. Marion Nestle Doctor of Philosophy Posted Wed 20 Mar 2013 8:52am The bad news about dietary supplements pours in.  Most of them are harmless, but this industry is largely unregulated and the lack of oversight shows. Here’s a brief summary of recent reports and an old one I’ve been saving for an occasion like this: Some supplements do more harm than good      A lengthy investigative report in the ... Read on »
What is HIRT (High Intensity Resistance Training) and How Should You Use It? by Project Swole Patient Expert Posted Fri 11 Dec 2009 12:00am December 11th, 2009 Posted in , Originally written: November 20, 2009 Updated: December 11, 2009 Click Here to Browse the Table of Contents for This Post High Intensity Resistance Training (HIRT) is essentially resistance training for fat loss, and like HIIT, it really is a big de ... Read on »
10 Ways to Increase Your VO2 Max by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Sat 12 Sep 2009 10:01pm 1 Comment As a traditional yardstick to measure capacity for aerobic work, the VO2 Max is a considered by many endurance athletes to be the holy grail of fitness. While I completely disagree (for reasons given in an article posted HERE ), I do concede that VO2 max is an important factor in determining performance in training and racing. Since you co ... Read on »