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Is It Better To Train Fasted? Fasting For Cycling Explained

Date: 2020-01-04 10:00:07

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Training for road cycling is as much about what you do off the bike as on, and fasting has become a hotly debated topic with regards to improving performance. Done well and intermittent fasting can help you improve more quickly as well as become more healthy when done properly, but it’s not without its drawbacks. In this video Ollie takes time to consider possible strategies for intermittent fasting as well as the changes fasting might produce in your body.

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