Instant training improvement tips: 5 Foods to get you Jack3d

March 20, 2014

The path to the victor’s podium will take many twists and turns for an athlete, and though there will variations to training from one corner of the world to the next maintaining a healthy, nutritious diet is a constant.

 

No training plan will overcome a poor diet.

 

Athletes do not need ‘dietary plans’ with clever marketing phrases and expressions of mystical approaches from far off places as a healthy of diet is universal.

 

 

A healthy diet does not have an ingredient list that requires a third-year chemistry class.

 

A healthy diet does not include food ‘fast frozen’ in a far-off plant, beyond environmental testing standards, that upon packaging has an acceptable level of metal content after being x-rayed.

 

A healthy diet does not require clever packaging that based upon a series of focus groups will capture the shopper’s aisle in the frozen food section.

 

A healthy diet is simple.

 

A healthy diet is not complicated.

 

Healthy wholesome food, grew from the soil, once scampered along the ground, flew in the air or swam in the waterways. That is a healthy diet and the rest, the will is ruining our health, destroying our communities and way of life, in addition to limiting the progress of athletes.

 

A healthy diet is simple and thus the following five foods, assuming there are no concerns about allergies and within budget, should be in every kitchen and part of an athletes daily diet.

 

• Eggs
• Oatmeal | Porridge | Quinoa (optimally)
• Broccoli (cruciferous vegetables)
• Fish, i.e. mackerel, smelts
• Avocado

 

It’s simple, keep it that way.

 

Jack3d to Grill

 

Prepared by John Davies

 

John Davies is available on his personal page on Facebook , Renegade Training™’s, Google+, Renegade Training™ on Google+ as well as or Twitter.

 

Disclaimer
The information provided in “Instant Training Improvement Tips”, as well as this web-site blog is intended for informational and educational purposes only and should not be interpreted as medical advice for any condition. Always consult a qualified medical professional before beginning any nutritional program or exercise program. By reading this disclaimer, you hereby agree and understand that the information provided in this column is not medical advice and relying upon it shall be done at your sole risk.





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