Trent Stellingwerff

Trent Stellingwerff on Nutrition Strategies for Endurance Sports

Click here to listen to Canadian Sport Institute Pacific’s Director of Performance Solutions Trent Stellingwerff on Sigma Nutrition Radio.

The podcast discusses:

  • Nutritional considerations for the endurance athlete
  • Nutrient metabolism and metabolic demands of endurance sport
  • Why mitochondrial biogensis is king
  • Carbohydrate periodization strategies and low glycogen availability training
  • Training goals: performance vs. adaptations

Stefan Daniel

Funding Injection, New Home, New Training Centre Highlight Launch of a New Era for Triathlon Canada

Victoria, BC – The City of Victoria and 94 Forward delivered the ultimate house warming gift to Triathlon Canada in the form of a new National Performance Centre, along with a major financial injection into the national body’s high-performance program. The announcements come as Triathlon Canada begins a new era by officially taking up residence…

"Parkour Phenom" Looks to Leap Into Olympics

The RBC Training Ground program aims to find young athletes across the country and give them the best opportunity to become Olympians. “It’s such an amazing opportunity for these athletes, personally, it’s been so exciting to see the next generation of athletes that are, hopefully, going to be our next Olympians, and to see what…

High Performance Tweets with CSI Pacific & CSEP

Members of Canadian Sport Institute Pacific’s physiology team took part in Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology‘s Twitter chat, “#CSEPGoldChat”, on Thursday morning, discussing high performance athletes and integrated support teams. Check out the questions asked and the answers given by James Brotherhood, Stacey Hutton, Paula McFadyen*, Wendy Pethick*, and Trent Stellingwerff. * Paula McFadyen and…

Olympic Tryouts at Langley Events Centre

About 90 young athletes attended an open audition for potential Olympic competitors at the Langley Events Centre on Sunday. The Langley event was the first of five regional qualifiers in B.C. that aim to uncover young, untapped athletic talent. Kurt Innes, director of talent development at Canadian Sport Institute Pacific, described the RBC Training Ground…