Mistie Gleason Cottrill Posted January 23, 2013 Share Posted January 23, 2013 I am nearing the end of my Whole30 and trying to figure out my plan of attach as my training sessions start to increase. Trying to figure out how to replace electrolytes and fuel long training post whole30. I do not want to have to use fake food but an Ironman is a long way and eating real food is not not an option, my digestion will just not work. I also lose a lot of salt so I have to make sure I take in a TON of sodium on big training days and race day. I posted on the Athlete forum but most people posted off Whole30 ideas. I would really like to hear what Whole9 thinks about Electrolyte replacement and fueling an Ironman in a Whole9 philosophy. All I can find is this post and it starts with "On hydration: Unless you're doing long, nonstop competitions like triathlons or marathons (where you certainly need to rehydrate during the event), there's simply no justification for substituting a supplement for real food and water." So I am the person that falls in the "unless" so curious on this ? http://whole9life.com/2010/08/replenishment-drinks/ Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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