Dirty Kanza and Leadville 100

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May 25, 2014


Long, endurance races demand special nutrition needs - not only during the race but the week leading up to them. You've spent a considerable amount of time training, dialing in your bike setup, and gathering your gear, but have you considered what you should be eating the week before, the morning before, and during the race?


With Dirty Kanza coming up soon, Kelli talks about getting ready for big races. Listen in to hear about race week daily nutrition and race-prep nutrition. She gives you nutrition tips and ideas that will help you perform your best.


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Plan Description:

Apex Nutrition now offers a specific fueling plan for the Dirty Kanza 200!  From taper week to the morning of the race, through my hourly race fueling recommendations to recovery, you’ll find exactly what you should be eating and drinking to give your body the fuel it needs.  I’ve included:

  • Specific taper week nutrition recommendations to promote recovery and energy
  • Morning of recommendations to get all the nutrients you need without overfilling
  • Hour by hour recommendations for fuel including what to pack and what to have ready at checkpoints
  • Recovery recommendations so you can feel good the next day
  • Coupons for recommended fuel

Race with confidence knowing you’re fuel plan is spot-on!

Watch for an upcoming Leadville 100 - specific plan.



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