Eating on race day often sounds easier than it is. Being nervous can be rough on your stomach, making you uncomfortable with certain foods or not wanting to eat solid foods. But high energy demands during endurance competitions can be a challenge. Taking in 60 or even 90 g of carbohydrates per hour has to be planned and practised. There is no universal training and competition diet. It is therefore all the more important to work out a plan together to optimise your existing eating habits, if necessary. In addition to nutrition during the competition, I am also happy to talk about carboloading and create a carboloading plan that is individually customised for you.
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