It’s been a while since Coach Kelli and Coach Rob have had an Athlete Q&A show and there is a reason for that. Learn about what happened to Coach Kelli, how she is recovering and what she is doing to recover faster. We also answer several really good questions from our listeners, readers and athletes we coach and MUCH MORE. Check the show notes for even more details on what we cover in this edition of the Athlete Q&A on the Endurance Quick Cast. Note: We apologize for some echo in the show. We know what caused it and it shouldn’t be a problem again.
Year End Athlete Q&A Show With Coach Rob and Coach Kelli
Coach Kelli and Coach Rob are on the No Fat November Athlete Q and A, together! On this end of the year, Athlete Q&A show we talk about our favorite aspects of our efforts to bring you No Fat November. We also answer athletes questions and give some training and nutrition advice along the way. What medical tests do and … Read More
Wrapping Up No Fat November
It is the final week and the final Endurance Quick Cast Show for No Fat November. Coach Rob recaps the month and asks for input from the listeners. Check in with Coach Rob to learn how you can get your questions answered on the special edition of the No Fat November Athlete Q & A! Rob also covers the 2017 PPC Training Camp and PPC Coaching Services Discounts.
The Feed – On Season Amino Acids YOU NEED!
In this month’s edition of The Feed Coach, Kelli covers amino acids that all endurance athletes should consider taking during the on season. Coach Kelli also follows up on her prior quick cast with her own results of utilizing Beta Alanine.
Nutrition Tuesday’s – Fighting Athlete Fatigue with Nutrition and Supplementation
Most adults feel fatigued at least some of the time.
The schedules, the work, the commute, the commitments, and the everything in between can drag us down a bit. But, should our workouts and rides be a major cause of fatigue?
I say no.
Nutrition Tuesday’s – My 3 Favorite Chocolate-Rich Treats
This time of year, as my sometimes over-scheduled Holiday plans ramp up, the weather cools, sunlight hours decrease, and I’m in-between my favorite sports (too much snow and cold for mountain biking but not yet enough for AT skiing – it’s a hard-knock life, I know), sometimes I need a little homemade pick-me-up. As in chocolate…yes, some delicious chocolate recipes. Now, don’t get me wrong, I’m not promoting emotional eating or trying to solve problems (besides hunger and fueling needs) with food. But, you gotta eat, right? Why not eat something nourishing and DELICIOUS? Seems like exactly the right time for my 3 Favorite Chocolate-Rich Healthy Treats. Here’s the descriptions, the recipes, and how to include them in your meal plan in a healthy way: