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Fuelling Endurance

Fats burn in a carbohydrate flame” is not just a quote to fight against low carbs fad diets but it’s the scientific evidence that fats need carbs in order to be broken down and provide energy because the break down of carbohydrates has to happen simultaneously.

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The stability ball

Working out with this ball stimulates the deep pelvic muscles, the abdomen and low back muscles which are crucial for controlling and stabilizing movements when running, swimming, cycling, walking, standing up.

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Hypertrophy and Strength training for triathletes

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Nutrition and Genetics, a few thoughts..

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The importance of carbohydrates for women’s health.

Extreme diets and fad diets can harm and hack the hormonal health because of how our body works. The body needs a variety of nutrients and all the macros to support our physical health and mental health

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Performance OUTPUT: better in the morning or in the evening?

After discovering what works best for myself, I wanted to discover the “why” of it, the analogy with other humans and the science behind it. I have done and read a lot of recent studies about what’s the thing or things that make people perform better in the morning or in the evening.

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Goals = Growth

Goals setting is the visible proof that you are taking your goals seriously, it’s the proof that you really want to achieve it and that you are ready for personal growth.

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A basic piece of advice in this confusion of sports performance, weight loss, body image, proper fuelling and endurance training

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Training according to the female physiology by @fuellingendurance

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Triathlete for a lifetime

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“SLEEP LOW”...on carbs

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Athletes, overthinking and the fear of failure.

Overthinking about a hard or long session is a behaviour that happens to most athletes. It’s inevitable:

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