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Category Archives: Nutrition

Training in the Heat

Training in the heat causes many phisiological changes in the body, besides the obvious discomfort. Here are some tips for dealing with the recent rise in the heat index. Continue reading

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What A Vegan Triathlete Eats: Holiday “Junk” Food Edition

Another holiday season of vegan, mostly raw, eating. It was terrible, really. Mostly lettuce, sprouted beans and water. Well, that, and lots of raw brownies, raw vegan nutella, raw carrot cake, raw chocolate chip cookies, pumpkin chia pudding, chocolate chia pudding, and four kinds of truffles. Here are the recipes. Continue reading

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FDA FAIL!

I’m no RD, but I’m thinking that when the number three ingredient on the list is salt (and when the beans taste like brine) that the sodium content should be a number greater than zero. The real irony is that … Continue reading

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In My Belly – What a Vegan Triathlete Eats

Yup, Coach Bees is a vegan triathlete. Here are examples of the poor, miserable, bland, tasteless, life of culinary depravity that I have to live. Complete with recipes and protein stats. Continue reading

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Road to Racing Recovery

This time of year I often get the question, “If I have an additional 30 minutes per day what’s one more thing I could be doing to race stronger?” The answer might surprise you. Continue reading

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Overtraining Syndrome: How much is too much?

Putting in your time and effort is important to having a successful triathlon or marathon season. Working through is discomfort is part of what we do as triathletes. But when does “enough” become “too much”? Continue reading

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Keeping It Off, Part II

Find out what Weight Watchers has to do with avoiding your next bonk. Continue reading

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Keeping It Off: Off-Season Nutrition Strategies

One pound of fat may equal 3,500 calories, but 3,500 excess calories need not equal a pound of fat this off-season. Read on to learn more. Continue reading

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