Pete Speight How To Eat Like An Olympic Freeskier
Making sure you’re fuelled up properly when out on the mountain during your ski holiday is a key consideration. Skiing uses a lot of energy and the last thing you want when staring down that icy black is to hear your stomach rumble and to wish you had eaten that extra croissant on the way to the lifts.
Being a professional ski halfpipe athlete, Peter Speight knows something about nutrition and its importance when it comes to maintaining those energy levels on the hill.
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