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Training vs Recovery Day: How to Eat?

When looking at what to eat on a daily basis it all depends on what your training is, how long you’ve trained, time of day and what’s coming (i.e.. another workout). Here’s how Professional triathlete Angela Naeth fuels for a long training day and a recovery day.

Typical Long Training Day

Pre-workout: 1 small coffee, Bonkbreaker, toast with honey

Swim Practice:

  • First Endurance EFS – PRO 50g sports drink bottle
  • Bonk Breaker Chews on deck
  • 1 regular Redbull on deck.

Post-Swim:

  • Homemade fruit/veggie smoothie
  • 2 eggs, toast, avocado

Bike Ride (3-5hrs):

  • 1 bottle every hour EFS-PRO (50g)
  • 1-2 BonkBreakers on board
  • 2-3 packages BonkBreaker chews or First Endurance liquid shot.
  • Last hour – 1 Redbull

Post Ride:

  • Ultragen or homemade fruit/veggie smoothie with whey protein.
  • Lunch/Pre-dinner/snacks: Veggie plate with hummus, cheese, meat slices, piece of fruit, handful of nuts/seeds, cottage cheese and fruit/vegetable.

Dinner:

  • Large salad with salmon or chicken, or soup with added vegetables/meat

Dessert:

  • Greek Yogurt with honey, berries, almond butter and 1 piece of dark chocolate (sea salt is the best!)

Typical Easy/Off/Recovery Day

Pre-workout:

  • 1 small coffee, Bonkbreaker or toast and almond butter

Post-workout breakfast:

  • 2-3 egg omelet with extra veggies, cheese, sliced fruit

Snack:

  • Apple with handful walnuts, energy bar – made of nuts/seeds/dates
  • Lunch: stir-fry of vegetables or soup with added vegetables/meat
  • Veggies with hummus, apple with nut butter, 1-2 boiled eggs, 1 oz. cheese and veggies

Dinner:

  • Lean meat or fish, steamed vegetables and/or large salad

Dessert:

  • Greek yogurt with frozen berries, almond butter and honey, piece of dark chocolate

Her top 3 tips:

  1. Stick to lean meats, veggies, fruits and good fats (real food) when training isn’t thrown in the mix.
  2. Practice your race nutrition while training. After that window of training is over, eat high quality, nutrient-dense foods.
  3. End your day with a high protein snack (Yogurt) or protein shake before heading to bed.
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