These are the main components of nutrition and must be understood to create an effective nutritional approach for your players or team. The careful balance of these 3 macronutrients will allow the athlete to perform at a high energy level and also control body composition. These 3 pieces of nutrition are the foundation of any player’s daily intake. If you can get your players to understand the importance and the function of these 3 nutrients, they can manage their nutrition successfully.
Fat is a critical part of the diet for every player. While things like fried foods, oils, and cheeses contain a large amount of fat and can be harmful to an athlete, fat also serves very important roles for the body and is a necessary part of the diet. There are good fat choices and poor ones. In most cases with the players we train, the amount of fat in their diets is too high and from the wrong sources; deep fried french fries or buffalo wings, and other fried food, should not be a main part of anyone’s diet, let alone a player aspiring to be great.
Key Functions of Fat:
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The main goal is to regulate the body’s energy levels by locking down what to eat (carbs, proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, etc.) and exactly when to eat it. By doing this, the following will be accomplished:
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