Triathlon Webinars

Webinars/Recordings for Triathletes & Coaches Greg Shaw Senior AIS Sports Dietitian & Researcher – Nutrition for Injury Management and Application to Triathletes DATE: Weds 16 August @ 7:30pm, Australian Central Standard Time. Nutrition and connective tissue growth and repair – how can you take your nutrition to the next level to help manage your injury and optimise on […]

Online Triathlon Nutrition Program

We are very excited to launch our very first online triathlon nutrition program, details on how this can take your triathlon performance to the next level here: TriTrainingArsenal-5MustDos If you are interested in this program and want to chat more about it please call me on  0417 122 070 If you don’t have questions and wish […]

Pickle Juice – is this the new superfood for athletes?

Many athletes are trying a new “juice”. It is green, smells funny and is acidic with a vinegary dill like taste. Could it be the new superfood for athletes with exercise associated muscle cramps (EAMC)? As we all know EAMC are common in athletes and can stop an athlete from performing at their best and even finishing their event. Unfortunately the cause […]

Cocoa Maple Banana Bircher

This recipe is super yummy! It is my go to as I can have it if I have been prepared or not so much. All you need to have done is made our untoasted muesli which is in our recipe section. I find it helps fill me up with some great nutrition! I take it […]

Untoasted homemade muesli

Lactose & dairy free. Vegetarian and vegan. Ingredients Serves 29 1kg rolled oats 3 cups cranberries or dried banana 3 cups almonds, dry roasted are nice for that extra crunch 3 cups shredded coconut 1/4 cup cinnamon Optional: if you don’t require low FODMAP ingredients, you can increase the dried fruit quantity and variety such […]

BBQ Chicken Soup

BBQ Chicken Soup Lactose & dairy free. Can be made vegetarian/vegan & can be made gluten free. Ingredients Serves 6 1 Tbsp garlic infused or flavoured olive oil, and a little extra to drizzle over at the end 480g cooked BBQ chicken, diced (e.g. ~1/2 cooked chicken) 1 stick celery, finely diced 2 carrots, finely diced […]

An endurance athlete’s experience: Altitude

“On Saturday I competed in the Australian Alpine Ascent in the Snowy Mountains. The race started at Lake Jindabyne for a 3km lake swim, 124km bike and 28km run to the top of Australia’s highest Peak; Mt Kosciusko. To help me prepare for racing at altitude- I slept in a Hypoxic Altitude Training System that […]

Energy Drinks – do we really need all the extra stuff?

ENERGY DRINKS – DO WE REALLY NEED ALL THE EXTRA STUFF? Cutting to the chase: Most of the evidence currently available would suggest the most beneficial component in these energy drinks relating to cognitive and physical performance is the caffeine component. More information As we know energy drinks contain caffeine and in varying amounts depending […]

Launch of Triathlon Nutrition Arsenal

Welcome to Triathlon Nutrition Arsenal! This is a program that has been created specifically for triathletes by a qualified sports dietitian/nutritionist and competitive endurance athlete herself, Steph Gaskell. It has been developed because Steph wants to provide you, the triathlete with quality and qualified nutrition advice and support. There are no other programs of this […]

Kevin Fergusson – Awarded Legend of the Sport Triathlon Australia 2015

Nutrition Strategies has been working with Kev Fergusson for some time. Those of you who are involved in the triathlon community may know Kev. He has a fantastic triathlon record, competing overseas against the best and doing Australia proud. So we thought our readers would like to get to know Kev a bit more…   […]