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    Blog 14 (Eoin Lynch): Christmas

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    The run up to Christmas.. The busiest time for retailers and food producers but probably the quietest time for a nutritionist.. People wait until January 1 to ring up Barry or another nutritionist and then start eating perfectly, for definite this time, for once and …

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    Blog 13 (Eoin Lynch): 10,000hrs and Outliers

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    After reading Malcolm Gladwell’s “Outliers” and learning about the 10,000 hour rule anyone would be left feeling like they have a lot of work to do to become a master of a discipline. There is always a quality vs. quantity debate in cycling training but …

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    Blog 12 (Eoin Lynch): Dec or Sept-ember

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    Fail to prepare, prepare to fail they say.. To prepare for the winter training I did the ordinary things like making sure I had a jacket, gloves, tyres and the likes that were fit for purpose. Yes, the Irish winter can turn you off training …

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    Blog 11 (Eoin Lynch): Girona

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    Aged 11, I got my first job working on a neighbour’s sheep farm every Saturday because I enjoyed the work. The machines, fencing and animals on the farm were top notch. When other 11 year olds were going to birthday parties and football on a …

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    Blog 10 (Eoin Lynch) Enjoying the Process

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    Initially, I felt that I shouldn’t write a blog. I am not an expert bike rider, haven’t won a lot of big races and have no right or interest in telling people how to do things. All I can say is that if you are …

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    Blog 9 (Eoin Lynch): Fear of Fat

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    Low Carbohydrate, High Fat…   One big mistake I have been making was to eat a low amount of carbohydrate, forgetting to have a high amount of fat. Conventional wisdom has wired it into my brain that fat is bad and should be avoided. It took …

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    Blog 8 (Eoin Lynch): Keeping the Novelty

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    In my first blog  I wrote that the bike would be my main focus from now on but I wouldn’t be turning into a bubble wrapped, bike riding princess that has no “real life” outside of cycling.  That means working on a few different things …

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    My Ten Nutrition Commandments

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    It’s a process and a lifestyle not a “diet” We can package everything these days and make it a commodity. That’s not what my nutrition is about. It’s not just “LCHF” or “Paleo”. I’ve spent almost 10yrs researching nutrition and there are many parts and …

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    Blog 7 (Eoin Lynch): Doing it, without Overdoing it

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    07/November/2016. Still 3 or 4 months until racing starts!   At the moment, Svein has stressed to keep the training “fun” with lots of variation. That includes gym work, running, cold showers, fasted endurance spins, normal spins, group spins and core work. There has been …

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    Eoin Lynch Blog 6: Real Food on the Bike

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    It is important to have something filling, easy to eat, nutritious and sits easy in the stomach during long winter training rides. I have an old copy that I put recipes into when I come across them. This is one I found somewhere a while …

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