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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Talk Training: Marc Laithwaite- Burning Fat vs. Carbs

Marc Laithwaite
Sports Science &
Coaching Director
Bsc (Hons) sports science
Phd sports science ongoing

Diet and ultra running is very misunderstood, well I am confused by it or maybe just ignorant. During episode17, around 2:14:30, listen to Talk Training. Might as well listen to the whole podcast, it is a good show.

Talk Training with Marc Laithwaite an endurance coach and Sports Science & Coaching Director, shares his insight to burning fat vs. burning carbs. It really made me think about my diet and its role in my training and racing. I have been eating better and trying to reach my “Racing Weight”, but haven't really taken it to the next level. They mentioned the 40-30-30 diet and I wasn’t that familiar with it, but it is also known as the Zone diet. I think it is my next step, but how do you manage a menu like that?

Talk Ultra: Episode 17 - Trofeo Kima & UTMB
Released: Friday 7th September 2012

Karl Meltzer joins Ian as co host. We have interviews from Trofeo Kima and UTMB. We speak to Kilian Jornet, Emelie Forsberg, Andy Symonds, Nuria Picas and Philipp Reiter at Kima. Interviews with the Vibram Trail Running Team - Francesca Canepa, Ronan Moalic, Beppe Marazzi and David Gatti at UTMB, finally we speak to Mike Foote and UTMB winners Francois D'Haene and Lizzy Hawker plus,Talk Training, News and up and coming races.

Listen now | Direct download | iTunes

http://www.marathontalk.com/talk_ultra/episode_17_trofeo_kima_utmb.php

40-30-30 balanced 40-30-30:

40% calories from carbs,
30% from protein,
30% from fat.

What is a 40-30-30 Diet?

The 40-30-30 diet plan, also known as the Zone Diet, was developed by nutritional researcher and author Dr. Barry Sears. The diet formula consists of 40 percent carbohydrates, 30 percent protein and 30 percent fat. According to Zone Diet.com, when you reach your prime physiological zone via this nutritional formula, your energy level will increase, you'll have greater mental clarity and your overall quality of life will be enhanced. The 40-30-30 diet works to stabilize blood sugar and promote weight loss.

Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/73344-diet-plan/#ixzz27aStNOnK

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