How to train for lacrosse and wrestling?
I want to wrestle and play lacrosse next year. I have never done either. Wrestling starts in November and lacrosse starts right when it’s done on march 1st. How should I train. If so please give me a workout/running/nutrition schedule. Thanks
This should be of help to you.Good luck anyways.
Nutrition for running?
I am going to race my friends soon. I wanted to know any nutrition that could burst my energy and let my blood circulated better so I could do well. So far here is what nutritions I ate
Carbohydrates-help gives me energy
Vitamin B-helps me convert food in to energy
Iron- helps give blood more oxygen help make blood circulate better ( I don’t know )
Potassium- helps re regenerate
Do you know any mother nutrition that could help me during running. I will run 200 meters , 100 meters, and 9 miles.
I WANT SERIOUS ANSWERS!!
Try eating spaghetti with meat and a glass of milk the night before the race. It’s a great pre-race meal.
Running twice a day? Nutrition post-runs?
Hey guys, I’m working out most days – lifting every other day while running those days, while still running on off days, and I was wondering if it would be recommended to run twice a day on my non-lifting days.
I was thinking I could do an easy-ish run in the morning, while doing a challenging run in the afternoon.
Also, if you do recommend running twice a day, what do you recommend nutrition-wise? For recovery and/or weight-loss, I’ve heard it’s good to consume 0.8g of carbohydrates and 0.4g of protein per pound that I weigh, but the meal usually ends up being around 500 calories.
As I am trying to lose some weight, it would be best I didn’t consume 500 calories post-workout twice a day. Should I do it anyway?…or is there a better alternative?
Try a snack like a high protein yogurt
How important is diet/nutrition for running?
I’m 15 years old, male, in good shape, and a decent runner. I’m just starting to get serious with running, and have been training 6 days a week now. I know nutrition is important for running, but how important? I have about 1 fruit a day, veggies at dinner, 2 cups of milk and enough water (I think), but otherwise, I haven’t changed my diet at all, and although I’m in good shape, my diet isn’t exactly what Olympians would eat. Not entirely unhealthy, but I do treat myself (chips, fried stuff, savoury snacks now and then. Just wondering if food is that great a factor in running. Will eating healthier and with greater nutritional intake make running easier? At my relatively amateur interschool running level, will it make a difference to my times?, or can I continue eating normally?
Also, if you can be bothered, what foods are good for runners? I know carbs are important, but anything else specific?
Thanks in advance for your help.
YES! Diet is extremely important in a runners diet – most major marathon events have a “pasta dinner” the night before! Complex carbs are what you need the evening and even the days leading up to a long distance run. I recommend Brown rice, but thats my personal favorite. You can also eat Whole wheat pastas, yams (sweet potatos) or oatmeal. It is also very very important to keep up with your lean protiens. Your muscles “micro tear” when you are running, and need fuel to rebuild them – skinless chicken, or turkey, examples. And VEGGIES! They are packed with nutrients not only runners need, but everyone needs. You can never overeat on veggies! As long as you are using your chips and fried stuff as treats and not meals, you are good to go. Good luck and I am sure you will see a difference in your running performance and general health if you watch what you eat!
Nutrition and running?
Ive just started indoor and we have gotten a new coach, He says nutrition is a key essential to winning, he also says we need sleep 8 hours of sleep, I normally get about 5 and we do not have the right food in my house for a blanced diet so what is something i can do to sleep for 8 hours and what is a easy way to keep a balnce diet, like what should i eat
I am 5ft 8, im a freshman, i way 125 pounds, im a guy
Go shopping with your parents every week and pick out healthy stuff. Especially get fresh fruit. Keep the fruit out on your kitchen counter and reach for it whenever you get hungry. Try to only eat lean meats like chicken and fish, no beef. And finally, try to stick to healthy kinds of carbs (brown rice, whole wheat bread or pasta and potatoes instead of white bread & white pasta, for example).
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