Category Archive for: ‘Blog’

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    How to know when you are Fat Adapted

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    A question I get asked all the time. The “science only” response is to get you RER (Respiratory Exchange Ratio) or RQ (Respiratory Quotient) tested which can be done in any sports physiology lab. Pretty straightforward test and it measures the rate at which you …

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    The Power of Subtraction

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      Via Negativa – 5 things to Subtract to increase your Health Today we are bombarded with foods, drinks, pills and powders to make us better. But what if the opposite was actually true ? What if taking away these things from your diet could …

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  • Barry Svein E1475747092653

    Beyond the Current

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      We’re both endurance athletes but more importantly human beings that want to be healthy and happy. We like to train, race, compete, do well, push the limits etc but in a way that’s holistic and in a way that means you can have a …

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  • Part II- The Secret Diaries of Svein Tuft – Pro Cyclist

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    Monday-Run with weight vest to creek, Get in creek for cold thermogenesis (CT) adaptation, climb in sun on the mountain, ski tour afternoon. Tuesday-free weights in sun, bike ride afternoon. Wednesday-Run with weight vest to creek+CT(cold thermogenesis) +Ski tour. Thursday-Rest active recovery, Yoga. Friday– CT …

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  • Sveino

    The Secret Diaries of Svein Tuft – Pro Cyclist

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    Svein is pro cyclist with Orica-GreenEdge. He is originally from British Columbia, Canada, but now lives up the hills of Andorra. He has a completely different background to most others in his sport, or any sport. ….. See here: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/08/sports/othersports/08cycling.html?_r=0 Myself and Svein sort of bumped …

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  • Guest Post – My Journey by Michael Black

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    Michael Black is a Sports Coach and Personal Trainer based in Letterkenny, Co Donegal. He runs his own gym and training facility called Optimal Fitness www.optimalfitness.ie . He competes at duathlon and long distance running. He is also development coach for Triathlon Ireland. This is …

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  • Skin In The Game

    Human Performance & Skin in the Game

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      Something has been bothering me for the past few years and I could never really put my finger on it. I read a lot, study a lot and follow a lot of “guru’s” and academics. There are lots of very intelligent people out there …

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    How to win a 200km Ultra doing things you are told you can’t do

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      Think of the following event: A collection of very highly intelligent people (from Harvard or some place) lecture birds on how to fly. Imagine bald males in their sixties, dressed in black robes, officiating in forms of English that are full of jargon, with …

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  • Westmeath

    Nutrition for a Senior County GAA team

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    Can you change tradition ? After several years of looking into the biochemistry of foods – beta-oxidation, methylation, redox potential, gene expression, signal transduction…. And then applying this in the field, at a high level, with pro cyclists , triathletes and the like. I then …

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  • How to improve your life and it has nothing to do with food

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    An ON4S State of Mind…….    These days I’m looking into other factors that affect our health and performance other than nutrition. I used to be 100% nutrition. Now I’m not. The reason is the more I learn about other factors, the more I realise …

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