Allison Yee Phui Se
1. When and how did you get involved in triathlon?
2. What has been your greatest achievement so far?
3.What is your biggest motivation to keep pushing your limits of performance?
4. Can you explain what a typical training week entails to compete at the upcoming SEA Games in the Philippines?
Typically, Monday is Swim, Strength.
Tuesday, hill repeats in the morning, run bike run in the evening.
Wednesday, swim in the morning, followed by intervals running.
Thursday, double sessions of bike trainer workout.
Friday, Track workout, Swim, strength.
Saturday, long ride with intervals.
Sunday, long run with intervals.
5. What are your aspirations for 2019 and beyond?
Injuries can be very depressing, I have found the key to staying focused is keeping busy. Put the effort into keeping your diet clean, and take the time to work on your mental game, don’t just throw in the towel because you can’t train. Start back at the beginning and work your way in slowly. Muscle memory is a wonderful thing.
6. What are your top three sport nutrition tips?
Second, plan your fuel ahead. If you were to have more than 2 hours of continuous workout, you might need to bring along some bars or a quick munch with you to avoid bonking on the road.
Third, take fruits, vegetables, or red meat (if you prefer) that are rich in iron to promote more iron to bind with oxygen and deliver to your muscles efficiently. You also may take iron supplement pills or just simply have BEET IT SPORT shot for some boost!