Nutrition: Tips For Fueling Pre-Practice Or Pre-Game
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Sports dietitian Leslie Bonci suggests that ‘Less is More’ when it comes to youth and high school athletes fueling themselves before practices and games. In the hour or two before a practice or competition most athletes need just 20 ounces of water to drink and something small to eat, such as a bowl of cereal, half a sandwich, or some peanut butter crackers.
Just like sports can be a balancing act that goes beyond the field, learning to balance your eating habits before a competition can be a valuable lesson. Click the link below to learn more about how much an athlete should eat before a workout.
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