Category: Nutrition

Trail Runners can often experience chronic fatigue symptoms during the year. It is important to prevent them, recognize them and act immediately.

The state of physical and mental exhaustion can be related ... 

CALCIUM IS A GREAT ALLY IN TRAIL RUNNERS DIET

Calcium is a mineral present in high quantities in the human body and is important for bones, teeth, muscles, stimulation of cellular metabolism and, finally, the balance ... 

Numerous studies show how body weight can make a difference in road running. In fact, we know that if an athlete gains 1kg of body weight he will decrease his ... 

4 BREAKFAST FOR AN ULTRA TRAILER

The TRM Athletes, according to the type of workout and effort, choose between 4 different kinds of breakfast, easy to prepare and to consume:

  • CLASSIC. 2h30′ before the effort. Pre-race or training. Rusks (#4 Women; # 5 Men) or Rye Bread (60-90gr Women; 80-120gr Men); Jam with at least 70% fruit, alternated with Honey (4-6 teaspoons); Red Orange Juice (1 glass); Almonds (4 Women; 6 for Men); Green Tea (better Matcha), Coffee, Barley (1 cup)
  • PROTEIN plus. Immediately after morning fasting training. Rusks (#4 Women; # 5 Men) or Rye Bread (60-90gr Women; 80-120gr Men); Jam with at least 70% fruit, alternated with Honey (4-6 teaspoons)Cereals or Muesli (1 portion); Partially Skimmed Milk with or without Barley or Coffee + 1 tablespoon of sugar cane; Fruit Juice (1 glass of orange juice, if tolerated, mix with beetroot)
  • PRE-RACE SPECIAL: 1h15′-1h30′ before the competition.  Chocolate cake Gatosport Overstim.s  (3 portions Women; 4-5 servings Men); Green Tea with Agave Syrup; Pre-race Carbo Jelly like Enervit (1 portion)
  • PRE-TRAINING SPECIAL. 30′ before training. Cream-Pudding Spordej Overstim.s (1 portion); Sweet Black Tea (1 cup)

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