Discussing how to setup a diet for fat loss, and practical strategies for dieting.
Additional comments to the previous Episode 10 - Climbing Nutrition Priorities. Specifically addressing healthy body fat percentages for women.
A discussion on how to structure your climbing nutrition practice to achieve the best outcome.
Discussing the ketogenic diet. Heavy on the background biochemistry, and discussing performance pros and cons for climbers.
Listener Questions and Answers
Part two of a multi-part series on recovery for climbers.
Part one of a multi-part series on recovery for climbers.
What are the most useful supplements for climbers?
Discussing whether climbers should be doing cardiovascular training.
Discussing fat and how it fits into energy provision and health.
Discussing the science of carbohydrate requirements for climbers. Why dietary carbohydrate is essential for optimising training, performance, and recovery.
Discussing the science of protein requirements for climbers. Optimising meals, timing, training support, supplementation, and more.
Brian Rigby is a climber, sports nutritionist, and writer; he’s not so bad at handstands, either. He is the author behind Climbing Nutrition, a blog that aims to improve climbers’ understanding of how nutrition affects performance and help them climb better. Brian lives in Boulder, Colorado with his wife and two dogs, has a master of science in applied clinical nutrition, and is a certified (CISSN) sports nutritionist through the International Society for Sports Nutrition.
Tom Herbert (aka “usefulcoach”) when not working full-time as a GNU/Linux System Administrator, works as a freelance strength and conditioning coach, and performance and change nutritionist certified (CISSN) through the International Society of Sports Nutrition. Based in London UK, Tom works with a number of Team GB climbers, enjoys bouldering, pole dancing (doing not watching), long walks, longer sentences, and is a serial user of the Oxford comma.