Make sure you eat a balanced, high-energy diet the night before, as eating is often more difficult early in the morning. The following products are suitable for supporting breakfast.
A regular supply of carbohydrates, electrolytes and fluids is crucial for sustained concentration and physical performance over several hours. Therefore, drink regularly, because when it is cold and at high altitude, the sense of thirst is often limited,
however, the need is still high.
The first hour after exercise is crucial for rapid recovery and effective training adaptation. If possible, put the first portion of protein in your bag and consume it while you are still on the mountain. Experience has shown that the days of ski training are very long and it often takes several hours after snow training until the next main meal. A sufficient protein supply in between is therefore central. Elite skiers make sure to incorporate 5-6 servings of high-quality protein into their daily routine.