Baseball Player’s Nutrition
Baseball players are always looking for a competitive advantage. The problem is that most of them look to things that don’t make a REAL IMPACT on their performance on the field! If your body isn’t fueled correctly you won’t have the energy that you need at the end of a long season, you won’t be able to properly recover from intense practices / workouts, and you won’t be able to gain muscle mass that will make you stand out to college coaches and professional scouts.
Big League Nutrition will teach you how carbohydrates, protein, and fats affect athletic performance and how much of each you need based on your body type and composition. Once you learn what each of the macro-nutrients do you will learn how to time them around athletic events and workouts to maximize performance.
Here is What You Will Learn in Big League Nutrition…
- How to Lose Body Fat
- How to properly Gain Muscle Mass
- What to eat On-The-Go (best choices of what to eat at 20+ restaurants)
- The importance of Hydration
- Fueling yourself Pre-Workout, During-Workout, and Post-Workout
- Recommended Nutritional Supplements
- The effects of Alcohol and Tobacco on Performance
- What Carbohydrates, Proteins, and Fats are (and what they do in your body)
- Lose Body Fat
There aren’t a whole lot of guys in the Major Leagues who don’t have lean, athletic bodies. If your goal is to lean up and lose some extra body fat we’ll show you exactly how to do that so that you can be quicker and faster.
- Gain Muscle Mass
One of the most common goals among baseball players is to get bigger and stronger. This is accomplished by gaining lean muscle mass. We show you exactly how to pack on muscle without gaining any fat.
- On-The-Go Restaurant Guide
We understand the life of a baseball player. You’re busy, traveling on a bus, and out of town a lot so you can’t always prepare your meals at home. We will show you the best things you can eat at 20+ of your favorite restaurants.
- Importance of Hydration
One of the most overlooked aspects is hydration. When athletes get thirsty during competition it’s already too late, they should be drinking plenty of water leading up to competition and practices to keep the body hydrated.
- Nutrient Timing
It’s important that you’re getting the right amount of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. It’s just as important that you time them correctly around your workouts, and games so that you have energy and build muscle.
- Recommended Supplements
In health magazines about 40% of the pages are advertisements by nutritional supplement companies. We will show you which ones are safe, beneficial, and won’t make you fail a drug test.
- Negative Effects of Alcohol and Tobacco
Tobacco is cool, right? Wrong! Alcohol and tobacco have negative effects on the body’s ability to build muscle. If you want to maximize your performance you need to minimize the alcohol and tobacco.
- Carbohydrates, Proteins, and Fats
There are three macro-nutrients that you need to understand and they are carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Knowing exactly what these do in your body will help you build a nutrition plan that is unique to you.