Don't do another workout until you learn the Science used by the world's best cyclists for consistently great performances.
From the obvious signs of muscle cramping and GI distress to the subtle loss of power, both training and performance are too often hampered by inadequate hydration and nutrition. What you don't know can sabotage your training and result in a miserable time come race day!
Often overlooked and misunderstood what you provide for muscle energy and hydration is vital to your success as an athlete.
Nutrition and Hydration Optimization starts with sound training methodology. To be a successful cyclist you must achieve metabolic efficiency. This is best achieved by training in scientifically determined specific heart rate training zones with the proven goal of BECOME A BETTER BUTTER BURNER! i.e. burn more fats. This not only serves your aerobic efforts but limits the amount of calories you need to consume during training and events because you are carrying your best fuel in your cells!
Whether you want to lose weight, put on muscle or perform to your highest genetic potential your nutrition must support your workouts, competitions, and your lifestyle! Learn why only scientific testing and analysis, not gimmicks or fads will zero in on your personal needs. At Phase IV we utilize resting metabolic rate testing and VO2 testing to determine precisely the most effective nutrition and hydration program available based on the number of calories your metabolism burns during training and competition.
The time to figure out the best mix of calories and fluids for your personal physiology is now!
At this lecture you will learn:
*How to use science, not conjecture, to calculate your caloric and hydration needs for training, racing and for life
*How to use electrolytes and performance drinks to stay hydrated and fueled-before, during and after a ride
*How we use nutrition science and prescribed workouts to achieve your optimal body weight
*How proper nutrition creates the fitness needed to complete events of all distances and intensities in good form
*How to get the most out of your workouts with sound recovery hydration and nutrition and recover from hard training efforts
*Why your bars & gels may be making you fat
Presented by Aishea Maas - Director of Exercise Sciences
WHEN: Wednesday, May, 30th at 7:00pm