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Sports Nutrition
Nutritional Cooking

Sports Nutrition

Team Nutrition Clinics & Consulting

Preseason

Team Nutrition Clinics & Consulting

Preseason

The gains an athlete makes during preseason training is an indicator of how well they will perform that season. This is the best time to practice with or make changes to your nutrition and hydration plan for the upcoming season. Gains in lean body mass during this time will not only decrease the likelihood of injury, but will allow you to be stronger, faster, and recover better than your competitors.

  • Fueling for high intensity preseason workouts and two a days

  • Meeting carbohydrate and calorie needs, which are at an all time high

  • Maintaining energy levels throughout the day

  • Recovery nutrition following strenuous workouts

  • Nutrient intake and timing for gaining lean body mass and decreasing body fat

Team Nutrition Clinics & Consulting

During Season

Being on the road and traveling to games/events during the season can make eating well difficult for many athletes.  Using the nutrition and hydration plan formulated during preseason, athletes will learn how to tailor their intake in accordance with games or tournaments throughout the season.

 

  • What to eat before games or events

  • Nutrition when traveling: packable fuel for athletes on the road

  • Nutrition plans for tournaments or same day, multiple events

  • Half time nutrition and hydration

  • Recovery nutrition and injury prevention

Team Nutrition Clinics & Consulting

Post Season

All competitive athletes should be able to maintain the gains made throughout the season once it comes to an end.  Both calorie and carbohydrate needs are lower in the off-season due to a decrease in the amount and intensity of workouts, so it is important to adjust your intake accordingly. For those who would like to gain or lose a significant amount of weight, off-season is the best time to do so, as there is less of an energy demand to meet.

  • Balancing and adjusting nutrient needs to match changes in physical activity

  • Eating to maintain, lose, or gain weight in the off-season

  • Measuring and tracking changes in body composition

  • Adjusting pre-workout and recovery nutrition accordingly to off-season workouts

During Season
Post Season
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