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Skillnaden fettladdning/kh-laddning


Glen Åkesson
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Man kan ju förstå att det är tungt, filmen är från Kuna, Hawaii 1997 och ironman-vm :o :

 

 

Jämför detta med en ungefär likadan bragd (tidsmässigt) - Ultravasavinnaren Holly Rush:

 

 

I den ena filmen har dom med största sannolikhet druckit Gatorade, i den andra har den tävlande mumsat fett... Undrar vilken...

 

Att folk fortfarande kör kh-tömning och sen superladdar med kh framstår som obegripligt. I synnerhet i motionärsleden... Alltså. Man skulle sen kunna fortsätta med bilder på hur man ser ut också: Pluffsmage t.ex. och sen fortsätta med hur mycket avgaser man släpper ut pga att magen pajar tack vare alla konstiga kh man öser i sig. Det finns ingen anledning att vräka i sig en massa kh innan (i synnerhet) långlopp.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Tror inte hon bara "mumsar fett"  under loppet. Det är nog mer "train low, race high" som gäller.

 

Från en intervju med Holly: 

"When it comes to nutrition, I like to eat as naturally as possible, so I avoid processed foods and never drink fizzy drinks or sports drinks. I work closely with friend and clinical dietitian Renee McGregor to plan for specific races e.g race day nutrition and the weeks leading up to the event. My diet leans more towards the high fat low carb way of eating mainly because I feel better training and racing this way but I do like to periodise my carbs. Therefore if I have a high intensity session or short race then I will fuel predominantly on carbs whereas before long runs I eat mainly fat/protein e.g eggs. During ultras I fuel on a mixture of gels and real food, for example at Ultravasen I will be using gels, pork pies and Chia Charge Flapjacks to get me through the 90k. Post race I have a chocolate milk and a Chia Charge Flapjack within 30 mins of finishing and will have a proper meal later when my stomach has settled.

My all time favourite breakfast before events is 2 slices of toast, almond butter a banana and a black coffee, I like to eat this around 2 hours before the race starts. Post race, I like to reward myself with a pie and a pint of real ale at my local pub!"

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Tror inte hon bara "mumsar fett"  under loppet. Det är nog mer "train low, race high" som gäller.

 

Från en intervju med Holly: 

"When it comes to nutrition, I like to eat as naturally as possible, so I avoid processed foods and never drink fizzy drinks or sports drinks. I work closely with friend and clinical dietitian Renee McGregor to plan for specific races e.g race day nutrition and the weeks leading up to the event. My diet leans more towards the high fat low carb way of eating mainly because I feel better training and racing this way but I do like to periodise my carbs. Therefore if I have a high intensity session or short race then I will fuel predominantly on carbs whereas before long runs I eat mainly fat/protein e.g eggs. During ultras I fuel on a mixture of gels and real food, for example at Ultravasen I will be using gels, pork pies and Chia Charge Flapjacks to get me through the 90k. Post race I have a chocolate milk and a Chia Charge Flapjack within 30 mins of finishing and will have a proper meal later when my stomach has settled.

My all time favourite breakfast before events is 2 slices of toast, almond butter a banana and a black coffee, I like to eat this around 2 hours before the race starts. Post race, I like to reward myself with a pie and a pint of real ale at my local pub!"

Du har rätt enligt mina källor också. Jag skrev ett inlägg om Holly och hennes kosthållning i augusti. Det viktiga här är att 1997 gällde vad jag vill minnas att man öste i sig kh även under träningar. Det var vad jag vill komma ihåg vad som gällde då. Jag ser att jag inte skrev det jag menade: Hon är sannolikt fettdriven i motsats till våra 2 triatleter i första filmen.

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