“The human body is designed to perform optimally using “fat as your Fuel”. Fat is you aerobic energy source and Glycogen/Glucose is your “fight or Flight fuel”. Read how I used Fat as my primary fuel source to run The Surf Coast Century 100km Ultra Marathon
On Race Day its about RACING - We can go all day on fat and we can be explosive and fast on carbohydrates. Finding your Middle Earth gives you the best of both worlds. Find out I how I incorporated some Strategic Carbs into my race plan as a Fat Adapted Athlete for The Great Ocean Road Marathon.
Mt Buller Sky run - 50km of running and walking, 2600m metres of ascending and descending in less than 8 hours and only 25 to 30gms of carbohydrates consumed throughout the adventure. Running on fat - it's controversial but it is possible
Optimising Fat Metabolism “The human body is designed to perform optimally using “fat as your Fuel” for aerobic performance. This is why humans carry large stores of fat and very limited stores of Glycogen. Why not optimize utilization of “fat
The Surf Coast Century – “Imagine running at the foot of some of Australia’s tallest coastal cliffs, while the low tide of the Southern Ocean laps the sand at your feet. Ahead lies a magical 100km trail run along Victoria’s wild
LCHF (Low Carb High Fat) – The Fat Adapted Approach to Sports Performance. Do any of the Elite athletes use it? Simple answer is YES! The harder question is who uses it and how? Being fat adapted is slowly becoming
Mt Buller Sky run – 50km of running and walking, 2600m metres of ascending and descending in less than 8 hours and only 25 to 30gms of carbohydrates consumed throughout the adventure. Part one I talked about the highs and
The Mt Buller Skyrun -An opportunity to tick an item off the bucket list. A 45km run, in the Australian High Country over the Summits of Mt Buller, Mt Stirling and a chance to visit Craig’s Hut. It was the mere thought of this run that ignited my love of trail running.