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Sports Nutrition Information - Train Dirty London


Whether you are a professional, amateur or even a weekend-only athlete, the food you consume is a major factor in how well you perform. For athletes at any level, food is fuel for the body, and consuming the right types and amounts at the right time is key. Eat healthy, wholesome foods and plan your meals and snacks well to fuel your performance.


Dinner is the time to recover and re-fuel for tomorrow's workout or event, so at Train Dirty London we suggest that you sit down and not hurry through dinner. Remember, you are storing food as fuel for your hard-working muscles, and it's important not to skimp on calories during dinner.



Even if you are a professional athlete, finding the time to eat the right healthy, energy-filled foods during your busy day can be easier said than done. If you do anything correctly, eat the right balance of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. With the understanding that carbs are your muscle's main source of fuel, our Train dirty London nutritionist Mark who is a "Sports Nutrition for Endurance Athletes" suggests a balance for your diet of 60 percent carbs, 25 percent fats and 15 percent proteins. These percentages represent everything your body will need for excellent sports nutrition.



Staying well hydrated is critical for an athlete as well. Using distance running as an example, Mark states that for each 1 percent loss of body weight lost via sweating, you slow down 2 percent. In other words, become dehydrated, and your performance decreases. Mark suggests eight servings of water per day as the foundation of a good sports diet. Runner or not, no matter your sport, drink freely of water and/or electrolyte-loaded sport drinks.

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