At the Irish Cycling Academy we believe in bringing you the best expertise possible to help you gain an advantage in your cycling.
For this reason we have asked nutritionist Sean Kilroy BSc. MSc to join us at the academy.
Most cyclists find that their training is going well but admit that if their nutrition was better they could perform better.
There are a couple of reasons why this is true:
- Bodyweight makes a difference when climbing
- Proper nutrition = more energy = more power
- Timing of eating is crucial for recovery and energy release
Some of the most common questions we get asked by our members are:
- What should I eat before training or events?
- How can I lose weight and still have energy for my cycling?
- What should I eat during my ride?
- How soon after a workout should I eat and what are the best foods to eat for recovery?
- How many calories should I be eating each day?
- How much protein do I need?
Sean doesn’t just answer these questions for you but can design a personalised plan based on your body type, training and lifestyle.
Your Online High Performance Nutrition Programme
- Nutrition Analysis & Report (3 – 7 day report on your current nutritional intake)
- Personalised Nutritional Plan
- Pre, during and post training nutrition strategies
- Nutrient Timing & Supplementation
- Travel Nutrition/Planning
- Competition strategies
- 12 Weekly skype/ phone consultations
- UNLIMITED email support for 12 weeks
NOTE: Your online performance and weight loss plan will give you unlimited email access for 12 weeks to answer any and all questions you have about your nutrition.
95% of cyclists want to know about:
- Pre-training and pre-event nutrition
- Post-training and post-event recovery
- Hydration and electrolyte balance
- Vitamin and mineral supplementation
- Sports nutrition supplements and ergogenic aids
- Special diet concerns (vegan/vegetarian, gluten-free, low-fat, low sodium, diabetes, etc.)
Sean Kilroy BSc, MSc
Sean graduated with a First Class Honours degree in Sports Biomedicine and Nutrition from the University of Wales.
He combines his experience as an international boxer having won 6 National titles, 3 Four Nation titles and the Welsh title, with his knowledge and passion for nutrition to design customised nutritional plans for all athletes.
Sean regularly lectures to sporting organisations and clubs where he guides their athletes through nutritional information designed specifically for their chosen sport. He is currently the resident nutritionist with the Irish Cycling Academy giving advice and guidance in weight management and performance nutrition for all its members.