Multi-electrolyte replacement is critical for sports enthusiasts. High volume oxygen intake during athletic exertion oxidizes blood cells faster than normal and increases the change of anemia. Electrolytes are the ultimate oxygenator of all living cells through a process known as bio-oxygenation. The building of muscle and the production of energy draws on chromium, acting as a cofactor to insulin. It also promotes the entrance of glucose and amino acids into the cells to make muscle. A loss of potassium can cause dizzy spells or lightheadedness, especially during exertion in hot weather.
Have you been racing in triathlons for quite some time now, and you're now looking to challenge yourself even more? Maybe it's time to think about becoming a professional triathlete! Here are 5 key elements that will get you on the road to becoming an elite triathlete.
During the 30-day trial period, Eli Cohen (Team Director of Big Pistachio Racing) measured his Heart Rate Variability (known as HRV) and had his blood Hematocrit levels (HCT) tested pre and post trial. Read on to hear what he found out from these test results following his 30 day trial.
The average amateur triathlete trains approximately 10-20 hours per week. Cycling usually occupies fifty percent of the athletes training time, and may result in a number of overuse injuries. One of the most common non-traumatic injuries sustained by cyclists is neck pain. Neck pain may be caused by a number of factors...