1. The terrorists of muscle found in the kitchen of the houses and in the caspetes of schools. 2. The issues that most concern a coach: nourish and moisturize a sportsman! 3. If me wrong fatherly throughout life, I will not solve the problem one day before the competition. Read more here: Sam Mikulak. 4. The carbohydrates change by the way in which it is cooked.
5. fats for the athlete must be low even though it is thin! 6. the best way to die in competition, is to eat before the test. 7 Performing digestion, insulin snatches the energy to the muscle and causes chronic fatigue. 9. If you do not want to wake her insulin during the competition, not to consume carbs until 3 hours before the test. 10 Ten minutes later the test, water, more moisturizing should be taken. 11.
Seven days and delay the appetite to be Center has the athlete lowered his workload. 12 Six minutes takes a SIP of moisturising to reach to the center of the cell. 13. The iron is the star in any sport. 14. The iron is vital for an athlete because oxida glucose and converts it into energy. 15. When there is a deficit of iron we are slow and the body has to produce more red blood cells to compensate for the lack of hemoglobin. 16. With balanced hemoglobin, there will always be a correct transport of oxygen. 17. The iron is vital for breathing. 18. Iron stimulates physical resistance and helps the immune system to be more strong and combative. 19 When there is iron deficiency causes anemia…coming to be lack of hemoglobin in the blood. 20 If we consume vitamin C we will allow a greater absorption of iron by the body. 21. More iron-rich foods are: lentils, chickpeas, soy, peas, beets, broccoli, spinach, plums, raisins, seafood and bread and cereals reinforced with iron. 22 And finally if any of these foods causes you anger and tantrums every time in your House cook them, then go to preparing for the worst; already that if your coach perceived symptoms of sports anemia in you, as much as possible is that you remove the device and command you to fry pigs at the North Pole. 23. An athlete anemic is a big risk for any team. A breathing in one of its members can pull to scuttle the season, damage the image of the institution, and send to hell the credibility of the coach.