Monthly Archives: March 2011

Body Composition – Strategies for Gaining Weight

As a wrap up to my in depth review of Endurance Sports Nutrition by Suzanne Girard Eberle, this post on gaining weight is my last post in the series. I hope you enjoyed my look at the book! Strategies for … Continue reading

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Passion, Choices, Support, and Making It Happen

Aside from running/triathlon/healthy living blogs, I also read a lot of personal finance blogs. Over at one of my regular reads, The Simple Dollar, Trent wrote an article recently called The Limits You Choose, that spoke to me in relation … Continue reading

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Baked Macaroni & Cheese – Healthy?

Pasta is a staple for runners, right? And baked macaroni & cheese is a classic comfort food… but is a health disaster, right? Well, not always. Although I used to call this recipe “heart attack on a plate” in an … Continue reading

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Body Composition – Strategies for Losing Weight

As a wrap up to my in depth review of Endurance Sports Nutrition by Suzanne Girard Eberle, I’m writing two final posts looking at two opposing ends of the spectrum of body composition – weight loss, and weight gain. Today’s … Continue reading

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Tweaking Training Plans

As training moves along, you start to figure things out. You figure out what meals work better for you pre-workout, and the day before a hard workout. You start to figure out how much rest you really need, and look … Continue reading

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