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Keys to a Successful Athlete

  1. MOTIVATION
  2. REST AND SLEEP
  3. NUTRITION
  4. PROPER PREVENTION


FITNESS POINTS

  1. MUSCLES HAVE TWO ENERGY SOURCES: PROTEINS AND CARBS
  2. TWO ENERGY PATHWAYS: AEROBIC (with oxygen) ANAEROBIC  (without oxygen (FATS/AEROBIC)
  3. MUSCLE FITNESS CONSISTS OF: FLEXIBILITY, STRENGTH, ENDURANCE, POWER
  4. ALL CAN BE IMPROVED THROUGH OVERLOAD PRINCIPLE
  5. MUSCLE STRENGTH: LIFT HIGH WEIGHT, LOW REPETITIONS
  6. MUSCLE ENDURANE: LIFT LOW WEIGHTS, HIGH REPETITIONS
  7. MUSCLE POWER; COMBINES STRENGTH AND SPEED
  8. FLEXIBILITY ON A DAILY BASIS, TRY TO STRETCH EVERY DAY
  9. TRAINING SHOULD BE ON A YEAR ROUND BASIS
  10. PROPER WARM-UP AND COOL DOWN
  11. WATCH FOR SIGNS OF OVERTRAINING
  12. PROPER WEIGHT TRAINING TECHNIQUES
  13. TRAIN SPECIFIC TO YOUR SPORT

 

NUTRITIONAL POINTS

  1. YOUNG ATHLETES REQUIRE 3000 PLUS CALORIES A DAY
  2. BEST DIET 65% CARBS, 20% FATS, 15% PROTEIN
  3. SELECT FOODS FROM 4 BASIC FOOD GROUPS
  4. VITAMINS AND MINERALS SHOULD NOT BE IGNORED
  5. PRE-GAME MEAL NO BIG DEAL. BEST MEAL IS HIGH CARB MEAL 3

     HOURS BEFORE GAME, FOUR HOURS FOR PROTEN MEAL AND FIVE

     HOURS FOR HIGH FAT MEAL.

 

 

INJURY PREVENTION POINTS

  1. PROPER FITNESS, NUTRITION, REST
  2. WARM-UP, THEN FLEXIBILITY
  3. COOL DOWN, THEN FLEXIBILITY
  4. PROPER SPORT TECHNIQUES
  5. PROPER EQUIPMENT
  6. ADEQUATE HYDRATION
  7. PRE-PARTICIPATION EXAMS

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