In today’s episode, we speak with Dr. Tony Wolf about his personal cycling training nutrition, his experience coaching endurance athletes, and his research in thermoregulation sex differences, hydration, and vitamin D.
Dr. Wolf is an exercise physiologist and cycling coach. He earned his Ph.D. from the Pennsylvania State University, where he continues to conduct environmental and exercise physiology research as a postdoctoral scholar. He is the owner of ATP Coaching, where he coaches a wide range of cyclists from around the world.
Please note that this podcast is created strictly for educational purposes and should never be used for medical diagnosis and treatment.
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- Research studies
- Four weeks of vitamin D supplementation improves nitric oxide-mediated microvascular function in college-aged African Americans
- Critical environmental limits for young, healthy adults
- Hydration is more important than exogenous carbohydrate intake during push-to-the-finish cycle exercise in the heat
- Hydration efficacy of a milk permeate-based oral hydration solution
- Metabolism- and sex-dependent critical WBGT limits at rest and during exercise in the heat
- Dr. Wolf’s Instagram: @dr.tonywolf
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