Perhaps the single most important factor associated with sustaining a high level of athletic performance i maintenance of fluid balance during exercise. Despite this, mod athletes experience deterioration in hydration state (with a resultant drop n blood volume) during training and competition Studies demonstrate that, even in the presence of available fluids, athletes experience a degree of voluntary dehydration that has an inevitably negative impact on performance. Given heat and several environmental factors. Therefore, it is important to take electrolytes during training.
Benefits of Maintaining Fluid Balance
Here are several supplements in which I recommend:
Hydration concerns shouldn’t stop when the temperature drops. In fact, dehydration can be just as common in the winter as in the summer. Because your body is not sweating as much, it’s easy to overlook the signs of dehydration. A dehydrated body can lead to exhaustion, muscle fatigue, cramps, loss of coordination and even stroke. Dehydration can also leave your body more susceptible to common colds and flu, which are both more prevalent in the winter. Here is how to stay hydrated during the cold weather.
Per serving: 364 calories; 16 g fat ( 5 g sat , 3 g mono ); 71 mg cholesterol; 30 g carbohydrates; 29 gprotein; 5 g fiber; 659 mg sodium; 209 mg potassium.
These clinics will be focusing on development of the Triathlon sport at no cost to the athlete. These one day clinics will be coached by USAT Certified Coaches and will be focusing on Swim, Bike or Run. Depending on the Diagnosis of the athlete, each clinic will be modified. Registration to these clinics will be required to attend.
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|March 3, 2012||Lake Louisa State Park, Clermont, FL||Hand Cycling/Racing Chair|
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|June 16, 2012||Flatwoods Trail Park||Hand Cycling|
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|August 11, 2012||Flatwoods Trail Park||Hand Cycling/Racing Chair|
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|November 10, 2012||Lake Louisa State Park, Clermont, FL||Hand Cycling|
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25 easy run
Dynamic Warm up exercises
Strides ( Please followi the strides exercises.)
3 min easy run
Main Set: 30 min : Run over rolling terrain ( Accelerate on the climbs, Jog Recovery on the downhill and flat sections. Try to do a mininum of 5 x 1 – 3 min climbs and also 5 x :15 – :45 sec climbs a little faster.
3 min walk
15 min wasy
3 min walk
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Prep time: 20 min
Cook time: 40 min
Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Combine all felafel ingredients except 1 tablespoon olive oil in the bowl of afood processor. Process for 10 seconds. Stop motor and scrape down sides of bowl, then pulse for another 10 seconds, until all ingredients are well incorporated but mixture is still slightly coarse and grainy. Form mixture into 16 felafel balls and brush with remaining tablespoon olive oil. Bake on a cookie sheet for 20 minutes, flip felafel balls and bake an additional 20 minutes, until felafel balls are crisp and browned.
Combine tahini, lemon juice and water and stir to incorporate, adding more water to achieve desired consistency. Reserve.
Per Serving: 1 serving = 1 pita bread, 3/4 salad, 4 felafel balls and 1/4 cup tahini sauce
Calories 550; Total Fat 26 g; (Sat Fat 3.5 g, Mono Fat 11 g, Poly Fat 9 g) ; Protein 19 g; Carb 68 g; Fiber 13 g; Cholesterol 0 mg; Sodium 705 mg
Excellent source of: Protein, Fiber, Vitamin A, Thiamin, Niacin, Vitamin C, Folate, Vitamin K, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorus, Potassium, Selenium, Zinc
Good source of: Riboflavin, Vitamin B6, Calcium
#1 Record what you eat – Researchers have found that when people are asked to keep an eye on what they eat, they almost always begin to lose weight – even if they didn’t intend to slim.
So, keeping a record of all food and drinks over the next few weeks could really help you avoid weight gain, and help you eat healthier as well.
#2 Plan your meals – Try to plan your meals and snacks ahead of time throughout the holiday season.
So, for example if you had an office party later in the evening, eat regularly throughout the day, but cut back on calories by perhaps having a salad for lunch. This way you won’t arrive at the party completely famished, but you’ll still have a few extra calories for the foods you enjoy.
Also, don’t eat simply because food is presented to you, and don’t waste calories on food you don’t really enjoy.
#3 Focus on healthy portion sizes
It is possible to eat your favourite foods and still lose weight – you just need to keep your portion size in check.
So, at the dinner table fill half of your plate with vegetables or salad, then allow one quarter for meat, and one quarter for carbohydrate foods. A fruit based appetizer or dessert will ensure the meal is well balanced.
#4 Eat slowly – By taking time to savour your food you’ll feel much more satisfied at the end. Eating slowly also gives your stomach time to signal that it’s full, therefore helping to prevent overeating.
#5 Limit your alcohol intake – Alcohol can be very high in calories, so try to limit your intake, drink plenty of water between drinks, and add diet tonics or soft drinks as mixers.
#6 Carry healthy snacks – Keep a ready supply of healthy snacks on hand when you’re at the office or away from home. This will help to satisfy any cravings, and keep your energy levels up. Easy to transport snacks include fresh fruit, nuts, seeds, and dried fruit.
#7 Be positive
#8 Make fitness your priority