‘Diet’ despite going through endless fads in the mainstream through the last few decades, from non-fat to low carbohydrates, is the fuel on the athletic road to success. From every vantage the clever marketing phrases ‘runneth over’ but within athletic circles ‘eat to win’ is an underlying constant.
Athletes do not starve themselves but rather choose healthy food sources that fuel their system. [Tweet this NOW!]
An athlete chooses a diet based upon wholesome natural ingredients and as you may have guessed fresh food doesn’t have an ingredient list.
How this nonsense of marketing phrases overtaking the market occurred is impossible to understand however ‘evolve’ to a time where food choices came straight from the soil or healthy lean meats.
Athletes fuels their way to the victors podium with a healthy diet. [Tweet this NOW!] [Tweet this NOW!]
The 'hidden secret' behind many a trophy room are athletes maintaining a healthy diet. [Tweet this NOW!] [Tweet this NOW!]
Eat to win.
This of-course has one major road-block, the all mighty ‘convenience factor’. ‘Convenience’ is often the diversion away from the victor’s podium and if you are to be successful meal planning and preparation is crucial. This truly does not take a great deal of extra time and merely reinforces the discipline, order and structure required to excel. Whether one night a week or every few, prepare sections of your meal (i.e. meat choices that take longer to cook), package accordingly and add steamed vegetables at the time of serving.
A simple, remarkably effective approach that is crucial in the development of a healthy athletic physique.
Prepared by John Davies
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