apple slices with peanut butter
celery sticks with peanut butter
chicken strips grilled
hard boiled eggs
veggies (all kinds)
blend 4 oz. of water,
2 scoops of protein powder,
1 yogurt of your choice, and a favorite fruit.
1 romaine lettuce leaf. fill with tuna and sweet relish. roll up and eat.
4 oz. of water or milk.
4 oz. of Greek yogurt.
1 cup of strawberries.
2 scoops of protein powder. ice (if you like)
Lunch meat rolls:
3 big slices of lunch meat. 1 slice of cheese. one slice of avocado. *layout flat and start from one end. roll tight, toothpick it and slice into pieces. store in refrigerator in tight container.
Basketball is a highly intense sport that requires its players to have speed, agility, and power throughout the game. The peak energy level needed for basketball can be maximized with good hydration and nutrition pre- and post-court.
Promote Hydration —
“The 3 Pointer”
A common cause of early fatigue during
exercise is dehydration. Each athlete should
have his or her own individual sports bottle.
Drinking cool, flavored fluids, like sports
drinks, encourages more drinking and helps
athletes replenish fluid losses. Research shows
that losing as little as 2% of body weight
(3 lbs for a 150-lb athlete) can affect a player’s
performance. In fact, when playing at a
2% level of dehydration, players can experience
a 10% to 15% decrease in shooting percentage
during a game.
Basketball players need guidance on what to
eat before they train or compete. The pre-event
meal is important because it keeps the athletes
from feeling hungry, helps the athlete prepare
mentally for competition, and provides fuel
and fluids to the muscles. Each athlete needs
to experiment to identify which foods feel best,
both physically and mentally. Here are a few tips
to consider when planning a pre-event meal:
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