The Ultimate Guide to Hockey Nutrition will teach you how to increase your RMR (resting metabolic rate) to accelerate your metabolism and help you change your body for good. Learn how to get in top shape and reach your ideal weight through smart nutrition so that you can perform at your very best. Eating complex carbohydrates, protein, and natural fats in the right amount and percentages as well as increasing your RMR will make you faster, more agile, and more resistant. This book will help you to:
By eating right and improving the way you feed your body you will also reduce injuries and be less prone to them in the future. Being too thick or too thin are two common reasons injuries happen and is the main reason most athletes have trouble reaching their peak performance. Three nutrition plan options are explained in detail. You can choose which one is best for you depending on your overall physical condition. One of the first changes most people who start this nutrition plan see is endurance. They get less tired and have more energy. Any athlete who wants to be in the best shape ever needs to read this book and start making long term changes that will get them where they want to be. No matter where you are right now or what you're doing, you can always improve yourself. Eat right to win more! Joseph Correa is a certified sports nutritionist and a professional athlete.
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I would not try anything from the author or performer.
This book is mostly a huge table of food nutrition data. While it is probably very helpful in printed format,where you can look up a potential food you want to eat, the audio format does not work. You can't just find a food in the big audio table...
She reads the book so s-l-o-w-l-y it is insulting. The massive table section I could almost see reading slowly, since it is a vast amount of data for a listener to attempt to take in. However, she reads regular text like a chipmunk trying to pull an 18 wheeler up a steep hill. I played it on double speed (great feature!) and it was more appropriate.
I was angered and disappointed by the book. I was hoping it would provide specific meals for me to prepare for my young hockey players. Instead it was a yawn-fest of slowly read data tables. Picture yourself reading the nutrition data on the backs of 500 packages while you were already groggy. If that appeals to you, then by all means give this book a shot.
Listening to this book was like inhaling a Toyota: The more I tried, the more it hurt.
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