Sunday, April 26, 2009

KG Tris #18: 4/26/09 - Fueling, Supplements, and Sighting in OWS

Welcome to Episode #18 of the Kelownagurl Tris Podcast!

In this episode, I talk about my hard training week, supplements and fueling for training, "sighting" when doing an open water swim (OWS), and of course, the Buckeye Challenge.

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Things I talk about in this episode:

Sighting on the Open Water Swim

Simply Stu

Kona Endurance



Branched Chain Amino Acids

Bento Box

The Buckeye Challenge - "There can Be Only One" Podcaster Challenge

KG Tris team - Fl4tm4n, Erin337, Solorunner, Neumen of "The Neumen Show", Lybbe, Kelvenator, IWCharters, Keeponrunning, Racer_X77Ash, Chatterbox, jfaye, 4Miler, Bicoastalite, Smellycents, bhop7, Marathongirl262, Shootruntri, Traintriathlon, jbone66, nIn, tradshad, losttrailrunner of the "Lost Trail Runner Podcast", triwithms, LIrunner9, Trytotri, and Zachtlopertje!

Added this week - Quadrathon (of the Quadrathon Podcast), Hegstrom aka GPSRunner, and jdeegan (OK I'm going to embarrass myself by admitting that the name jdeegan is VERY familiar but I don't remember where I know you from??? Help!)

All April miles must be logged by Thursday, April 30th! Thank you everyone! :)

Workout Song Clip of the Week:

"I Want You to Want Me" - By Cheap Trick

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Gary Wall said...

Barb, I used eight lemon & lime Nuuns in my 500ml bottle throughout the course of the Hadrian's Wall run last week. I found that the GoGel and other juices were just too sweet after mile thirtysix (six sachets). The Nuuns suited me fine which I took in combination with the gels. They helped to settle my stomach by taking away some of the sweet, sickly taste. I don't know if the other non-citrus flavours would have done the same though.

Shawn said...

Awesome Podcast! Great job!