Training & Nutrition

Discussion in 'Health Nutrition and Supplements' started by Nikhil, Sep 7, 2010.

  1. Nikhil

    Nikhil New Member

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    I Have Just Started Cycling to work everyday on the Schwinn. I recently bought,but because of my low stamina I'm just so tired by the time I reach work.Is there anything I have to change in terms of diet or something ??
     
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  2. Chapeau!

    Chapeau! New Member

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    How far is it too work?.

    Currently 28º in Mumbai.
     
  3. maheshrathod

    maheshrathod New Member

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    Well My office is 8km away from my home
     
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    GetSetGoSports New Member

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    I am assuming you eat breakfast before you bike. If not, start eating breakfast.

    Other than that I think that you just need to keep riding and build up your endurance.

    At 8 km, you should have no special nutrition needs, as I am also assuming this takes you 20-30 minutes.
    If you feel hungry arriving at work (assuming you ate breakfast of course), a small snack would be fine - an apple, banana, or granola bar of some type would do the trick.
     
  5. daniel74

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    Hi, Been reading the forums and have put my lack of energy, aching muscles etc to overtraining, Im off to Majorca in 10days to a training camp, does anyone have any ideas or tips in helping a speedy recovery.
    Thanks
     
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    jahncrish New Member

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    I recommend you to consult a physiotherapist in this matter as he or she will give you a better suggestion.

    best diet plans
     
  7. sr4456ff

    sr4456ff New Member

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    I tend to drink a pretty good amount of water throughout the day to stay hydrated and combat the diuretic effects of the caffeine. Water is a staple of the diet menu.

    After my caffeine fix, it’s on to breakfast, which typically consists of a bowl of oatmeal, an egg or two with whole wheat toast (easy on the butter), or some sort of whole grain or high bran cereal like Kashi or granola with skim milk.
     
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    laurahill New Member

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    I usually eating healthy breakfast which includes oatmeal, eggs etc before going for cycling.
     
  9. ambal

    ambal Active Member

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    That is perfect for anyone who is about to do some endurance exercise, I'd usually have either rather than both at once though.
     
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