Triathlon Nutrition: Learn how to fuel!
What you'll learn
- How to adjust your diet based on training to get the best results from your workout
- How to create a race-day nutrition plan that will let you PR your next race and finish it with a smile
- How to choose the right types and amounts of carbohydrate for training, racing, and recovery
- How to calculate your sweat rate and drink the right amount of fluids
- Basic computer skills and access to Microsoft excel for the supplemental files
Imagine crossing the finish line, but this time instead of being in agony you have a smile, a shout, and that feeling that comes with smashing a PR.
Triathletes - do you know exactly what you should be eating and drinking before, during, and after every workout and race?
This course will teach you how to eat and drink in order feel great, power your workouts, and avoid the dreaded bonk!
As a sports dietitian I've helped athletes complete over 100 full and half-Ironman races, and hundreds of sprint and Olympic distance races. Together we will figure out your calorie and fluid needs, measure your sweat rate, and create a fueling plan for your training and racing, all without going too deep into the science.
This course is all about providing a solid foundation without getting bogged down with nuance... "Just tell me what works!"
Don't be fooled by the low price of this course, you will receive a tremendous value from taking it. For the price of a few drinks, you will be able to improve your training, recovery, and racing performance not just for your upcoming race, but for every race you do!
For those that want more in-depth, and nuanced details, see my advanced course on Udemy "Complete Nutrition for Competitive Triathlon".
Who this course is for:
- Triathletes that want to learn how to fuel their training and racing the right way
Jeff Rothschild is a registered dietitian (RD) with a Master's degree in Nutritional Science, and a board certified specialist in sports dietetics (CSSD). He is currently conducting PhD research at the Sports Performance Research Institute New Zealand looking at the effects of pre-exercise nutrition on adaptations to training. As a sports dietitian he works with endurance athletes that have completed over 100 full and half-Ironman triathlons and tennis players including multiple Olympians, Grand Slam winners, and collegiate All-Americans. Jeff has also spent five years as an assistant collegiate tennis coach, teaches college sports nutrition, and is an Ironman triathlete.