The Harsh Truths of Under-Fueling

Telling any athlete that they are under-fueling for the demands of their training can be a genuine battle against years of self criticism, ill placed advice and social media. We’re constantly working with athletes who  Have followed an online diet and can’t understand why their training is suffering Refuse to eat after training to avoid […]

5 Mistakes to Avoid on Race Day

There’s nothing worse than finishing your key event and feeling like you didn’t get best out of yourself. You got dropped from a bunch you’d usually have no trouble keeping up with, your time was slower than expected or you’d simply gone faster in training the week before. It’s such a common problem with competitive […]

How to Go Fast for Free

How many times have you heard someone say “I’ve added 5watts to my 20 min power” with a large grin on their face? Lots I imagine! We all know how much work goes into gaining those watts, especially for someone who is already highly trained. However training is only one dimension of going fast on […]

Best Racing Season Yet for U23 Cyclist Gaby Homer

“Working with Athlete Nutrition Coach has helped me unlock some strength that I didn’t know I had“ We’ve been working very closely with U23 UCI Rider Gaby Homer since she completed a Dietary Analysis earlier this year. Straight away we knew she had huge potential but had a lot of work to iron out some […]

Training and Nutrition Around your Menstrual Cycle

Why is it so important to start tracking your cycle? We track everything else in our lives – steps, heart rate, elevation – why not include your menstrual cycle? It’s the number one enquiry we get from female athletes who struggle to manage training load and recovery around fluctuating hormones. The problem is the vast […]

Initial Client Dietary Analysis – A Report

So often we see athletes starting their Performance Nutrition Program with the statement “I know I eat well but why am I not getting better?” Well let’s show you the difference between eating well and fueling for performance. Jane is a 25 year old cyclist who has started competing in road races. She progressed pretty […]