Ep139 – Mail Bag…Listener Q & A

Ep139 – Mail Bag…Listener Q & A

 
 
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In this episode I tackle some great listener questions regarding training in the heat of summer. The role of sodium in athletic nutrition is discussed and compared to ancestral patterns in the human beast. And workout modifications in order to adapt workload to thermal stress is also covered. Thanks for joining me and I hope you are having your best summer of training!

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