Training & Nutrition - Performance Diet
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Interesting article from"Outside Online" featuring a cycle racer whose career had become stalled until he discovered a whole foods diet : http://outsideonline.com/outside/bodywork/200303/200303_bodywork_1.html
03-25-03, 09:27 PM
This is good stuff. Not really a groudbreaking revelation, but a nice reminder to us all.
BTW: I know Myerson. I've raced him a bunch up here in NE, and last season he and his Cycle Smart company coached myself and the other juniors on my team. Alas, I am no longer with that team however. Adam is a good guy though.
- Try not to eat more "pre-processed" foods than is necessary.
- Eat twice as many fruits and vegetables as you think is neccessary.
03-26-03, 07:22 AM
I read another article by Myerson and I think he's actually a vegan - he doesn't eat any meat or dairy products at all.
I started avoiding as many processed foods as possible about a year ago - I just cook up big vats of chili and soups and other food on the weekend so I'm not cooking all the time - and I actually have been feeling much better since.
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