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#10: Improper Pre-Race Fueling

The 10 Biggest Mistakes Endurance Athletes Make

Wed, Aug 9, 2006 - By Steve Born

Tenth and last in a series of articles about sports nutrition. In this installment: Far too often, athletes put themselves at a 'metabolic disadvantage' during a race by fueling improperly prior to the race.

#9: Inadequate Post-Workout Nutrition

The 10 Biggest Mistakes Endurance Athletes Make

Wed, Aug 2, 2006 - By Steve Born

Ninth in a series of articles about sports nutrition. In this installment: Athletes who fail to replenish carbohydrates and protein shortly after workouts will never obtain full value from their efforts.

#8: Sticking With Your Game Plan Even When Its Not Working

The 10 Biggest Mistakes Endurance Athletes Make

Wed, Jul 26, 2006 - By Steve Born

Eigth in a series of articles about sports nutrition. In this installment: What if your nutrition plan is not working during an event?

The Science of Skiing

How Technique-Specific VO2 Max Affects Racing Performance

Mon, Jul 24, 2006 - By Jenny Ryan, Phil Watts & Randy Jenson, NMU

Jenny Ryan et al. recently gave a presentation in Finland about how technique-specific VO2 Max can impact overall cross country ski performance. What are the implications for your training?

#7: Using Something New In A Race...

The 10 Biggest Mistakes Endurance Athletes Make

Wed, Jul 19, 2006 - By Steve Born

Seventh in a series of articles about sports nutrition. In this installment: Should you just grab something off the aid station table?

#6: Too Much Solid Food During Exercise

The 10 Biggest Mistakes Endurance Athletes Make

Wed, Jul 12, 2006 - By Steve Born

Sixth in a series of articles about sports nutrition. In this installment: Solid food vs. liquid food during long endurance events.

#5: No Protein Intake During Prolonged Exercise

The 10 Biggest Mistakes Endurance Athletes Make

Wed, Jul 5, 2006 - By Steve Born

Fifth in a series of articles about sports nutrition. In this installment: Should you ever consume protein during exercise?

#4: Inconsistent Electrolyte Supplementation

The 10 Biggest Mistakes Endurance Athletes Make

Wed, Jun 28, 2006 - By Steve Born

Fourth in a series of articles about sports nutrition. In this installment: Are more electrolytes better?

#3: Improper Amounts of Calories

The 10 Biggest Mistakes Endurance Athletes Make

Wed, Jun 21, 2006 - By Steve Born

Third in a series of articles about sports nutrition. In this installment: How many calories are too many calories during exercise?

#2: Simple Sugar Consumption

The 10 Biggest Mistakes Endurance Athletes Make

Thu, Jun 15, 2006 - By Steve Born

Second in a series of articles about sports nutrition. In this installment: Why should athletes avoid simple sugar consumption?

#1: Excess Hydration

The 10 Biggest Mistakes Endurance Athletes Make

Sat, Jun 10, 2006 - By Steve Born

First in a series of articles about sports nutrition. In this installment: Is excess water consumption at bad thing?

What I Learned

Milan Baic's Pre-Vasa Clinic: Session 3

Sat, Mar 6, 2004 - By Bob Eifler

Milan Baic's racers spend the clinic learning about what to do in the days leading up to the race, race day preparation, and how to have a good start...

What I Learned

Milan Baic's Pre-Vasa Clinic: Session 2

Sun, Feb 8, 2004 - By Bob Eifler

We spent about 45 minutes on a hands-on waxing session, with Milan demonstrating and each of us prepping our skis. Then it was snow time.

What I Learned

Milan Baic's Pre-Vasa Clinic: Session 1

Tue, Feb 3, 2004 - By Bob Eifler

December 29 was the first of three Monday night pre-Vasa clinics given by Milan Baic at Timber Ridge in Traverse City. The audience was as targeted mostly inexperienced racers, with a few grizzled veterans.

Getting in the Zone!

Tue, Jun 24, 2003 - By Mike Muha

John Aalberg explains what training zones are used for and how to compute them. We then run a max heart rate test so we can figure out our zones. Several people are surprised by what the test reveals!

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