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How To Lose Weight Through Triathlon | 8 Weight Loss Tips For Triathletes

How To Lose Weight Through Triathlon | 8 Weight Loss Tips For Triathletes

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Feeling a little heavier than you’d like? Want to lose weight ahead of the upcoming race season? For most of us, being lighter will improve our power to weight ratio on the bike, as well as making running much easier. So here is GTN’s advice on how to drop those excess pounds!

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Be realistic with the timeframe and the amount of weight you want to lose! The overall aim is often to go faster in your next triathlon, so when thinking about weight loss, don’t lose sight of that end goal.

Our advice on how to lose weight through triathlon includes:
– Setting a goal
– Healthy eating
– Hydrating correctly
– Adding intensity into your training
– Balancing your Cycle-Run ratio
– Fuelling correctly for training
– Calorie reduction
– Consuming caffeine

Which of these tips do you think will make the biggest difference when it comes to losing weight? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below 👇

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  • Camille
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    Very good video :)

  • Kevin Van Troyen
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    Slightly off topic, but heather is fine

  • Dom James
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    I think I've delivered food to Heather's house. Slightly weird

  • Jason Fonger
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    Calorie deficit is not necessary to lose weight if you are consuming most of your calories from plant foods which are low in fat. This has been my experience anyway. Caloric restriction as described in this video will not only lead to less than optimal training and racing performances but this kind of mentality often leads to eating disorders.

  • Barry Field
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    Considering our lifestyle as triathletes we shouldn't deny ourselves a muffin when we crave one before or after a wrokout. Three cheers for Andy Potts!

  • Krzysztof Kajetanowicz
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    To lose weight, swap your beer for a gin & tonic.
    I love GTN.

  • Aby Shepherd
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    When is GTN dog doing a video?

  • penchepic
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    Best advice I have heard re how much water to drink is from Lyle McDonald. He recommends that you pee five times during the day. If you do it's likely you're drinking the right amount.

  • yeti lover
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    I don’t understand , where’s the part about eating bagels?
    Surely every diet should be bagel based!?

  • Craig Tebeau
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    Step one – stop eating out. There is no easier way to save calories and money than to stop eating at restaurants vs. cooking your own food. Restaurant foods are always going to be loaded with added calories, fat, and salt. Step two – remove processed foods whenever possible – refined fats, sugars, and chemicals in processed foods actually can unnaturally increase your hunger vs create satiety. Exercise is great, but there is no trick to weight loss. Nothing more powerful in our hands than what we place from those hands into our mouths, and we have that power, each and every day.

  • John VeganCyclistDK
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    Eat More Plants

  • kiwkims
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    Great content!

  • Saran Kakarlapudi
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    Dont you mean thirst can disguise as hunger? 1:26

  • SLCreations21
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    Counting my calories has been the most efficient way for me to lose weight. As you mentioned, I won't go for any sweets as that means I have to research how many calories I just ate. MyFitnessPal has an endless library of all nutrients from every food available from your supermarket.

  • Roxic12
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    This was great guys. Very informative.

  • Stephen Jones
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    We need a "meet the GTN presenters dog" video!

  • conTroL
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    any tips for gaining weight?

  • Elvis Jaeger Abdul Jabaar
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    Dog spotted !

  • Erick Davis
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    Nice content! I also have a weight loss blog and some amazing stuff that people don't even know about in terms of diet! Check it out at

  • Der Eidgenosse
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    how to gain weight pls

  • frandalise
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    Lonely Planet on the table…where are you going next??????
    a ife without sugar is no life…so try to substitude the unhealthy chocolates. How about date/cocnut/nuts selfmade balls to replace the sweeties?!?!

  • Conor Akintola
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    Andy Potts is the exception to the muffin rule!

  • Youstina X
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    Great video, if anyone would like to check out mine feel free to do so tysm ❤️

  • Rubi da Silva
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February


  • D.Eldon
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    One simple and effective way to monitor your hydration is to observe the color of your urine. It will be almost clear when you are fully hydrated. However, there are exceptions to be aware of: taking vitamins, minerals or food "enriched" with these micro nutrients will naturally darken your urine even when you are properly hydrated. This is because many micro nutrient supplements are too concentrated for the body to fully assimilate and, therefore, a sizable portion is excreted through your urine. For this reason, it's usually best to ingest your micro nutrients at a slower rate throughout the day. (For example, don't try to consume a day's worth of Vitamin C at one meal in supplement form. Instead, use smaller doses spread across several meals. Or better yet, get your Vitamin C from fruit and avoid supplemental forms.)

    Plus, there's another aspect to hydration that is important for race day: learning how fast your body can assimilate race liquids. There are two "problems" which complicate this. On the one hand, during a race, you'll typically be losing liquids faster than you can assimilate them. This is especially true when its very hot. This causes you to progressively dehydrate during the race. The goal here is to reduce the rate of dehydration as much as possible. On the other hand, if you ingest liquids too fast — faster than your body can assimilate them — it will increase your need to urinate which can allow a competitor to pass you. With both of these considerations in mind, you need to learn what your maximum fluid intake is under the race conditions you expect to face that also does not increase your need to urinate. The only way to learn what works best for you is to practice and get the experience you need to understand what your body can and cannot do.

  • Herr Absurd
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    But the muffin tastes better!

  • Liam Sangaku
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    To know if you are hydrated, your urine should be clear.

  • Jack liu
    Posted at 11:22h, 25 February

    i want to gain so weight