1 While protein is important, carbohydrates provide the best source of immediate energy needed before a workout Best pre-workout fuel = High Carbohydrate
2 Football games in Texas are HOT! Some foods shouldn t be used as halftime snacks for outdoor sports due to food safety issues. If you can t keep them cold, choose foods that are safe in the sun Peanut butter crackers or peanut butter sandwich Beef jerky and a banana Trail mix and an apple
3 Myth: Snacking is not good for me! Fact: Snacks can be a great nutrition benefit for exercisers and non-exercisers if they snack healthfully. Try to eat a whole grain carbohydrate AND a lean protein at every snack. Trail mix/nuts or granola Fruit & string cheese Yogurt & whole grain cereal Fruit & beefy jerky Skipping snacks typically leaves people starving at meals and triggers overeating. Grab a nutrient-rich snack and eat less at lunch and dinner.
4 Myth: I m in a hurry after practice and can t eat for a few hours. I ll just eat later Fact: Post-workout is the most important time to eat to help your body recover properly. Within 45 minutes after a workout, you want to have a carbohydrate-protein snack with some fluid. Carbohydrate = replenish energy burned Protein = rebuild muscle that is broken down Fluids = rehydrate and replace electrolytes
5 An athlete s lunch should be full of nutrient-rich foods that provide energy to focus in class as well as be strong on the field or court. 5 components of a healthy brown bag lunch whole grains (whole wheat bread, rice/quinoa, pasta, crackers, granola bars or pretzels) proteins (deli meat, chicken, cheese, yogurt, nuts) fruits and/or vegetables (raw veggies, veggies on a sandwich, fruit, apple sauce, berries in yogurt) 4. 1 dairy (milk, yogurt, cheese, cottage cheese) 5. Fluid like water, 100% juice or low-fat milk
6 Healthy Weight Gain Gaining weight alone is not the only goal; the goal should be to gain lean muscle mass by choosing quality food. Increasing daily caloric intake by 500 calories/day for 7 days = 1 pound of weight gain in a week Healthy weight gain foods to add to your day: Granola, Peanut or almond butter, Quinoa, Whole wheat bagels, Trail mix, avocado, & cooking with olive oil
7 Are sports drinks beneficial for athletes? Yes Sports drinks: Provide carbohydrate during exercise for energy and maintenance of blood sugar levels Provide electrolytes (sodium, potassium, chloride) to aid in hydration & absorption Provide fluid to prevent or minimize dehydration
8 How should an athlete eat differently depending on meal timing? Pre-Exercise Snack (30 min-1 hour before practice) Energy Bar or Chews, Fruit, or a sport drink 2-4 Graham crackers with peanut butter During-Exercise Snack (Halftime or Mid Practice) Sports Drink, Energy bars or chews, fruit Post-Exercise Meal (Within 2 hours of exercise) 3oz Chicken, 1-2 cups pasta with marinara sauce, 1 cup veggies, & 1 whole wheat roll 3-6oz fish, 1 sweet or baked potato, 2 cups salad with light dressing, & 1 piece fruit
9 Protein slows down digestion and when added to a carbohydrate, keeps the blood sugar from spiking. By adding protein to breakfast, you feel full longer and are less likely to crash and feel tired in the afternoon. Protein Choices To Add To Your Breakfast: Scrambled Eggs Or Omelet, Greek Yogurt, Low-fat Milk, 2% Cheese, Chicken Sausage, High Protein Smoothie Other Protein Sources At The Fueling Station: Beef Jerky, Gatorade Recover Shake, Kind Protein Plus Bar, Honey Stinger Protein Bar, Almonds Or Mixed Nuts
10 Myth: If it s cold outside I won t get dehydrated because I am not sweating as much. Fact: Your body actually has to work even harder to stay hydrated in cold weather because it has to worm the cold air as it enters the body. You are still sweating even if you are cold so make sure you continue to drink 5-10oz (5-10 gulps) of fluid every minutes during exercise.
11 Looking for an easy post-workout snack? One serving of Greek yogurt contains calcium for strong bones and is high in protein which is key for building lean muscle. Low-fat granola is dense in B vitamins and is good source of whole grains and fiber. Berries are high in antioxidants which fight off the free radicals produced during exercise to help you recover faster. Best post-workout fuel = Carbohydrate + Protein
12 What is the window of opportunity after a workout? It is the 2-hour time period (especially the first minutes), post-exercise, when the body has the ability to take up nutrients faster in order to recover think of the muscle like a sponge. Choose quality protein & carbohydrate recovery combinations!
13 Myth: I lifted for an hour this morning and practiced 3 hours this afternoon! It s fine for me to have a bacon cheeseburger and fries for dinner I deserve it! Fact: Foods high in saturated fat like French fries and bacon can actually cause inflammation in the body preventing proper recovery. Choosing foods that are rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants help decrease inflammation and promote recovery.
14 Breakfast and snacks are two important components to an athlete s day! Many athletes rely solely on carbohydrate at these meals which can leave them feeling famished hours later The key is to add some protein and healthy fat to your carbohydrate. Protein and fat slow down digestion and thus keep you feeling satisfied for a longer period of time
15 The pre-game plate is essential for quality fuel! Eat a complex carbohydrate: pasta, potatoes with skin, oatmeal, brown rice or a whole wheat sub/bagel Add a lean protein: grilled chicken, beef, fish, peanut butter, eggs and turkey sausage Be sure you hydrate with 16-20oz of fluid with this meal to get you ready for game time.
16 Myth: Sports drinks are good for me at anytime of the day. Fact: Sports drinks like Gatorade and Powerade are designed to provide carbohydrate and electrolytes for exercise lasting 1 hour or longer. If thirsty during the day rely on water, flavored waters and unsweet tea for hydration.
17 During exercise the body uses small amounts of amino acids for energy, specifically glutamine and the BCAAs leucine, isoleucine and valine Research shows that consuming a high quality protein like whey in combination with resistance exercise can boost the rate at which the body makes lean muscle mass. Whey protein + carbohydrate post-workout = greatest benefit
18 Myth: I am injured athlete. I should eat less calories while injured to keep from gaining extra weight. Fact: The truth is that your body actually needs more calories (15-20%) to help it repair damaged tissue and heal. During this time you want to make sure and consume quality calories to promote lean weight and remember that once you start exercising again any extra pound or two gained will likely burn right off.
19 Myth: The best way to build abs is by doing crunches and other core exercises. Fact: While building core strength is an ingredient for nice abs, the only way you will really be able to produce the stomach of your dreams is by eating clean balanced meals and snack throughout the day. Try to cut out fried, sugary, and refined foods by replacing them with whole grains such as outs, healthy fats such as avocados, and lean protein such as grilled meat & eggs
20 Protein helps build and repair tissues after exercise. An easy and healthy source of protein is fish! The omega 3 fatty acids provided by many fish are helpful in reducing inflammation caused by muscular fatigue and overexertion, which can aid in post-exercise recovery. Best sources of omega 3 is fish: salmon, trout & tuna
21 Carbonated Beverages are a BAD idea before workouts! Carbonated beverages like soda are not a good choice before or during a workout because the carbonation can cause gas to get trapped in your gastrointestinal system causing bloating and cramping. Soda has too much sugar and will spike your blood sugar which results in an energy crash.
22 The scoop on whey protein Quality is key! Whey protein is high quality protein containing all the amino acids required for muscle synthesis. Whey protein is one of the best sources of the Branch Chain Amino Acids (BCAA) leucine, isoleucine and valine. It is especially high in leucine compared to other proteins. Leucine = Stimulates muscle protein synthesis best!
23 Myth: If I am a vegetarian, I need to take supplements because I don t get enough in my food. Fact: It is not always necessary for vegetarians to take supplements if they are consuming a wide range of foods. Consuming eggs and dairy will help meet protein, B12 and iron needs. If vegetarians are vegan or do not consume dairy or eggs, then protein comes from beans nuts, seeds, nut butters and soy foods. Choosing whole grains high in protein like quinoa and oats can also contribute to protein requirements
24 For athletes wanting to gain weight or even maintain weight, eating during the season can become more a task than something enjoyable. An easy way to increase nutritional intake is to increase the nutrient density of food intake. Here are some easy ways to start: Choose bagels over bread for sandwiches & toast Choose granola instead of regular cereal Choose milk or juice instead of water at meals Add peanut butter to bagels, crackers, oatmeal, waffles & fruit Add nuts to granola, yogurt, and dry cereal as a snack Add avocado to wraps, sandwiches & dips
25 A pre-workout snack is essential to give you a burst of energy to start a workout or a game. Goal: Carbohydrate Little protein 8-16 oz fluid Bring something you can throw in your gym bag like an energy bar & apple, peanut butter crackers & banana or a baggie of homemade trail mix with granola/nuts/dried fruit. Avoid foods that are fried, high in fat or loaded with sugar.
26 Here are some easy breakfast ideas for the athlete on the go! 1 whole wheat bagel, 2 Tablespoons peanut butter, 1 8oz cup skim milk 1 wheat English muffin toasted w/2-3 slices ham, 1 slice 2% cheese, 1 banana, 1 8oz cup 2% milk or 12oz skim milk 1 smoothie made w/1 cup milk, 1 yogurt, 1 banana, 1 cup strawberries, & 1 scoop whey protein powder and a chewy granola bar
27 Stay hydrated during a workout or game! Aim for 8oz water or sport drink every 20 minutes If you are working out more than once in a day, have a snack between workouts to keep the body fueled. Good snacks for during a workout are granola bars, energy bars, bagels, pretzels, fruit and sport drinks.
28 Early morning workouts require energy! If you go to your workout with no food in you, your body will likely not perform as best as it can. Though you may not feel hungry, eat a carbohydrate based food like a whole granola bar, baggie of dry whole grain cereal, banana, protein bar, piece of toast with a slight smear of peanut butter or even a small shake. This will wake your body up and get it ready to move!
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