|Get the complete guide to swimming, biking, and running on a plant based diet with this No Meat Athlete + Triathlon Roadmap (e-product) combo! The Triathlon Roadmap, picks up right where No Meat Athlete leaves off, offering everything you'll need to tackle your first triathlon.
About No Meat Athlete:
With a foreword by Thrive author and former pro triathlete Brendan Brazier, co-written with Matt Ruscigno, M.P.H, R.D., and published by Fair Winds Press, No Meat Athlete is a distillation of the most effective tools I’ve discovered in my own journey towards a lifestyle that’s the healthiest and most fulfilling I’ve ever experienced, including:
No Meat Athlete includes everything you need to maximize your own energy and fitness, all presented in the manner I’ve become known for — down-to-earth, flexible, fun and realistic. You know, so that you’ll actually use it.
- Plant-based nutrition principles for maximum health, energy, and performance
- Habit-change techniques, to make sure your changes last Over 50 high-energy recipes and “formulas,” including smoothies, energy bars, sports drink and gel recipes
- Goal-setting steps for creating your own “magnificent obsession” Simple running fundamentals to keep you injury-free and having fun
- Training plans for 5K, 10K, and half marathon races
About the Triathlon Roadmap:
Please note: The Triathlon Roadmap system is entirely downloadable, as PDF files and MP3′s. There are no hardcopies.
The ultimate vegetarian guide to finishing your first triathlon.
Sure, you could download one of those generic schedules. But there’s what you get with a generic schedule:
• A generic schedule.
Here’s what you get with the No Meat Athlete Triathlon Roadmap:
• The guide—your main information source from setting your goals to having the right equipment to conquering the
• The training plan—12 weeks of workouts laid out for you.
• The diet—meal plans, recipes, shopping lists, oh my!
• The extras—worksheets, checklists, and bike maintenance instructions, so you're prepared for every little thing.
• The experts—interview with pro Ironman Triathlete Hillary Biscay.
In short, you get a simple, realistic system aimed at getting you across the finish line
strong and injury-free. It’s downloadable in PDF and MP3 format, and if you change
your mind after two months, you get your money back (don’t worry—we’ll still be
No excuses. Take action.
For more information, go to http://www.nomeatathlete.com/triathlon-roadmap/
What others have to say about No Meat Athlete:
“From basic nutrition to cross-training to what to eat for breakfast, everything you need to know to be a happy, healthy, and active vegan is here, no matter what size or shape you are!”
-Isa Chandra Moskowitz, author of Isa Does It: Amazingly Easy, Wildly Delicious Vegan Recipes for Every Day of the Week and Veganomicon: The Ultimate Vegan Cookbook
“Considering No Meat Athlete is about eating a plant-based diet and running distances most people don’t even like to drive, Matt Frazier presents the tools and information he shares in a way that is downright approachable, leaving his readers energized with a sense of possibility.”
—Brendan Brazier, author of Thrive
“Matt Frazier takes all the guesswork out of maximizing your health the plant-based way with his bulletproof primer No Meat Athlete. Whether you are an elite marathoner or a weekend warrior, this clear, concise, and no-nonsense book is your one-stop roadmap to creating and maintaining a sustainable plant-based lifestyle. All hail the running carrot!”
—Rich Roll, plant-based ultra-distance athlete and author of Finding Ultra: Rejecting Middle Age, Becoming One of the World’s Fittest Men, and Discovering Myself
“Anyone can become a No Meat Athlete, and Matt Frazier provides the roadmap to wellness and performance no matter where the journey takes you.”
—Scott Jurek, world-renowned ultramarathon champion and New York Times bestselling author of Eat and Run
“Matt Frazier is a rising star in the world of vegan athletes. Covering the mechanics of diet and training as well as the transformative nature of a whole foods-, plant-based diet, he demonstrates that a body running on plants is probably the one ahead of you at the finish line!”—Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, author of The Vegan Table and The Joy of Vegan Baking