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I tend to do 2-3 short runs and one long run every week.
Baked until crispy or spiralized with pepper and garlic salt.
Several times a week. Always the night before and after a long run.
Long distance running including but not limited to half marathons & marathons
5-6 times a week depending on where I am in my training cycle.
I never met a potato I did not like but I would have to say baked potatoes with seasoned skin & topped with a little butter & sour cream.
I eat potatoes as part of my diet at least 5 times a week.
Road races from 5K to marathons. Also dabble in crossfit.
6 days/ week
Unlike some wheat-based carbohydrates, potatoes never upset my stomach when I have them pre-run. I also love having the the night before a morning long run because I feel like the energy is ready to be used right away the next morning.
5-6 days per week
Several times a week I like to dice up a half dozen or so Yellow Potatoes, cover them in a homemade spice mix, and toss them in the air fryer.
Potatoes are quick, satiating, and light on the stomach.
I train 6 - 8 times per week in the off season
Mashed or baked
I eat potatoes 3 times per week
I train 6 days a week
Baked, mashed (yum)!
I eat potatoes 3-4 times per week
Paddle Board Racer
5 - 6 days a week
Baked! Roasted! Homemade home fries
Eat potatoes 3-4 times per week
26 grams of carbohydrate: Count on the quality carbs in potatoes for optimal mental and physical performance.² ³ Plus, potatoes contain as much if not more of several essential vitamins and minerals than spaghetti, brown rice or whole wheat bread (compared on a per-serving basis).
620 Milligrams of Potassium: With more potassium than a medium-size banana, potatoes are perfect for aiding muscle, cardiovascular and nervous system function during long endurance events.
110 Calories for Energy: Easily digestible and more energy dense than any other popular vegetable, potatoes are a good choice to fuel the demands of racing a triathlon.
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