Lean Belly Breakthrough Review
Good nutrition is also a key element in athletic recovery. When the body is broken down from hard exercise, it needs plenty of water and nutrients for the building blocks to rebuild. If your nutrition is off, after taking a rest it's one of the first places to look if you're slow to recover or want to ramp things up a bit. While this seems a bit obvious, the fact this is nutrition is an area many competitive athletes neglect, slack on or simply know nothing about. If you want to beat your opponents by training harder and recovering faster, pay strict attention to your nutrition program.
As this article is not specifically about nutrition, here are a few guidelines to help. Eat at least 1-2 grams of protein/pound of lean body mass to maintain and feed your muscles so they have the right amino acids to rebuild and heal after training. Choose clean sources of carbs such as brown rice, yams/sweet potatoes, oatmeal and legumes for your energy supply. Eat plenty of vegetables and some (less) fruits for fiber and vitamin/mineral benefits at every meal possible. Drink at least 164 ounces of clean water every day and avoid soft drinks like the plague. Stay away from fast food, restaurant food and try hard to never eat processed sugar. Finally, add essential fat sources like seeds, nuts and avocados every day and your joints and muscles will perform better and heal much faster.