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Fueling Your Efforts: Sports Nutrition
Sports nutrition is a complex topic on which there are literally hundreds of books and approaches. Below is a listing of suggested links on our website that will help you reach your performance goals. For details about putting together your own personalized nutrition plan, refer to The Outdoor Athlete, Chapter 5. In it we discuss how to adapt the general guidelines suggested on this website to your nutrition goals, such as staying healthy so you can continue to train, maintaining daily energy, supplying sufficient energy to prevent bonking during endurance events, supporting continued effort at high altitude, and identifying nutritious, portable snacks for long trips.
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