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In order to maximize potential on the court, it is imperative for basketball players to develop healthy eating habits.
Here are three common questions basketball players have about their nutrition: Most youth and high school basketball players are tall and slender, and are looking to add muscular body weight.
In order to gain weight, you must consume more calories than you expend on a daily basis.
In order to gain muscle, you need to be on a progressive, age appropriate strength program as well.
To determine a very rough estimate as to how many calories per day you should consume, multiply your current body weight by 25. basketball player trying to gain muscular body weight requires around 3,750 calories a day (150 X 25 = 3750). If you aren't gaining weight with what you are currently eating... You can incorporate both, although I believe you should drink water 90% of the time.
I think the new G1 -- G2 -- G3 concept is on the money, but I don't know how many youth and high school players are actually doing it.
Featuring prominent female speakers from a variety of sports business fields, the USA Basketball Women in the Game conference will be held Sept.
9-10 at The George Washington University in Washington, D.
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