I’m a freshman at my school and was wondering what would usually be done during Tryouts and conditioning. I’m also not the best at running, so would this affect my chances of making the team, or is that something you work on during conditioning/practices? Thanks
do artificial sport nutrition and supplements cause any side effects??
is it safe for consumption?…as in will it cause any complications in the future??
i have my first high school tennis game in a few weeks and i need to know some ways to train at HOME
i only got a treadmill and a couple of free weights
what can i do to improve my game
However, I don’t know what it’ll do for my body, along with I might play soccer for 2-3 years. I’m a girl, and I don’t want a big manly body! I just want to be toned and slim.
I have a small-medium frame/natural size.
What and how should I eat, to reach and maintain this goal, so I’ll be nicely toned, instead of looking big and muscular?
some people say that having simple carbs after you work out will kickstart the production of insulin which stops the hGH which is needed to build big muscles
reed "5 Ways to Naturally increase Human Growth Hormone in the Body."
and some say that having whey protein with simple carbs will promote your insulin levels which speed up the movement of glucose and amino acids into cells which is what you definitely want and secondly, it activates a special enzyme which is essential for glycogen synthesis.
and protein/carbohydrate supplement after exercise triggers the release of growth hormone. Great news for building muscle.
reed "3) Immediately After Working Out"
i am so confused on whether to have simple carbohydrates after working out or not please help me
Hi everyone, So I’m having a little trouble makng a decision. I’m thinking of changing my major and obtaining a Bachelors of Science in nutrition. Thing is, I want to get a minor too and I’m not 100% sure how that works out…before I talk to my advisor I want to know. Do certain minors only work with certain majors? Like…would I be able to get a job if I had my BS in nutrition with a minor in sports science for example?
what are some pointers so i can get on the team and do good during the conditioning ?