Nutrition for Cycling

To ensure the whole well-being physical and mental that cycling brings, it is necessary to not only devote to physical exercise, but have an awareness of your power. Not only the competitor, but all of us must have a power supply and a balanced nutrition. Be aware of this detail in everyday life is a priority.

Nutrition for Cycling

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As you have carried out your meals? What are the foods that you have given preference? You know all that your body needs to work with a good performance? If you are not mindful of this, it is time to change and begin to give attention to this important detail. Here are a few tips, but do not leave to consult a professional.

1 – first of all, drink plenty of water. Keeping yourself hydrated is key. Coconut water is also very good for hydration, in addition to having many vitamins, minerals and proteins.

2 – You just pedal and comes home very hungry, be careful to not overdo it. Consume only what is necessary to replenish your calories lost. And try to opt for healthy foods.

3 – You can count with the help of a trained professional to know what the ideal amount of calories you need to consume at each meal. Is for before, during and/or after the practice of cycling.

4 – it will All depend on your goal, you need to lose or gain weight? Focus on the you need.

5 – do You know what are carbohydrates? Are the foods responsible for providing energy to the body. Those who want to lose weight, you should avoid them.

6 – Eat lots of fruits and vegetables. Look for the more natural possible.

7 – don’t leave feed for long periods, as this leads to power loss and poor performance. In addition to being harmful to your health.

These are just some basic tips of nutrition. But to have an optimal diet is important to consult with a professional. It will help you to get to the goal you want!

 

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