Articles

Does carbohydrate restriction maximise endurance adaptations?

The concept of training with reduced muscle glycogen (i.e. 'train-low' paradigm) is recognised as a nutritional strategy to modulate acute cell signalling to drive muscle endurance adaptations. This article discusses whether carbohydrate restriction is optimal to augment these changes.

Training and Nutrition Considerations for Women

Can you optimise your training and nutrition throughout your menstrual cycle?

Carbohydrate Strategies For Climbing Performance

Dietary carbohydrate strategies for climbing performance, training, recovery, competition, and project preparation.

Nutrition for Soft-Tissue Training, Recovery, and Injury Prevention

Nutritional support for muscles, tendons and ligaments. Discussing diet strategies, supplementation, timing, training, loading, and periodisation for soft-tissue conditioning, recovery, and injury prevention.

Why Sports Nutrition Matters

Sports nutrition is providing periodised context specific nutritional support for world-class training, recovery, and performance.

Heart Rate Variability (HRV) for Training and Recovery

An introduction to the principles of training adaptation, ANS cardiac control, and the use of Heart Rate Variability (HRV) as a tool to monitor training load, fatigue, and recovery. With focus on the ithlete HRV mobile app.