Monday, May 27, 2013

Kid's Youths and Nutritional Supplements

Why should children and youths take dietary supplements?

Less than 15% of kids eat the daily recommended servings of fruits and vegetables! Fruits and vegetables are chock full of important vitamins, trace minerals, phytonutrients and antioxidants. With all that children do – school, after school activities, friends, family and chores, it’s essential they stay healthy and fit. Nutrition plays a major part in meeting this goal and supplementation can help.
Here are some key nutrients to look for in a supplement:
  • Vitamins and Minerals - your body needs a powerful team of vitamins and minerals to stay alive. Vitamins and minerals are responsible for the complex processes that occur in your body. They help produce thousands of hormones, enzymes and other chemical messengers your body uses to work just right. They may also help fight infection and prevent disease.

  • Phytonutrients - the term "phyto" originated from a Greek word meaning plant. Phytonutrients are certain organic components of plants and these components are thought to promote human health. Fruits, vegetables, grains, legumes, nuts and teas are rich sources of phytonutrients. Unlike the traditional nutrients (protein, fat, vitamins, minerals), phytonutrients are not "essential" for life, so some people prefer the term "phytochemical".

  • Antioxidants - antioxidants are substances that may protect cells from the damage caused by unstable molecules known as free radicals. Free radical damage may lead to certain diseases. Antioxidants interact and stabilize free radicals and may prevent some of the damage free radicals might otherwise cause. Examples of antioxidants include beta-carotene, vitamins C, E, and A and other substances found in fruits and vegetables.

  • Other important nutrients are DHA for brain and eyes, choline for brain support.
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Tuesday, April 9, 2013


Foundation Muscle Growth - Lose Fat Diet For Youths & Men
1 wh egg + 5 egg whites, 6oz lean meat, chickhen, fish, or cottage cheese, 1/2 cup oatmeal before cooking.
No time to prepare, BLEND 4 scoops of BodyBlend, 3TBS heavy whip cream 1/3 cup quick oats 18 oz water.
6oz skinless chickhen breast or turkey. Mixed salad low fat dressing, 1 cup steamed Broccli
water or unsweeten tea.
Protein Drink 2scoops of BodyBlend 3-6 TBS whip cream 12-18 oz water.
1 can 9oz solid white tuna 6-8oz sweet potatoe, 2cups aspargus or green beans
8-12 oz fish, leanbeef or chickhen, 2 cups broccoli, 1 lg salad low cal dressing.
BodyBlend recipe 2-3 scoops 1 wh egg, 3 egg whites, 1/2 cup water blend pour
in skillet and cook like pancakes. Top with natural fruit jelly or strawberries andCool whip.
Heavy cream spikes your meatbolic efficiency, builds muscle burn fat @ fastest rate possible.
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Please note: Start off with 3 meals and gradually work your way up to 6 meals
if this is to much food for some people, also use same type of veggies in it's
category, sweet potatoes or brown rice ect.
BodyBlend 7/4 releases seven of the most effective proteins into your body over four hours. These proteins help with appetite control and enhancing lean muscle. BodyBlend 7/4 includes the ideal ratio of complex carbohydrates and healthy oils to support the extended time-release of amino acids.

This amazing tasting drink contains:
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24g of protein per serving
6g of BCAAs per serving
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5g of fiber per serving

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BodyBlend 7/4 releases seven of the most effective proteins into your body over four hours. These proteins help with appetite control and enhancing lean muscle. BodyBlend 7/4 includes the ideal ratio of complex carbohydrates and healthy oils to support the extended time-release of amino acids.

This amazing tasting drink contains:
4-Hour protein release
24g of protein per serving
6g of BCAAs per serving
7 different proteins
5g of fiber per serving

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Proteins are digested at different rates. By combining different proteins you enjoy an immediate, medium and extended source of nutrition as your body breaks protein down into amino acids.

Immediate Release: Whey Protein Isolate, Whey Concentrate and Glutamine Peptides are absorbed within 30 minutes after you consume them.

Medium Release: Egg Protein and Milk Protein Isolate fuels your body with amino acids for 1.5 hours (90 minutes).

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Training Secrets of the Basketball Elite

A basketball training program is a must have for any aspiring player. A training program will layout all of your training in a coordinated way. Without this layout, you are justtaking it day to day. The day to day method will never ensure that you are hitting all the training aspects you need.
A basketball training program will give you a path to follow and a historic reference to look back on. You need both of these to make sure your training is actually leading to success. If you spend two months training and aren't seeing results, you need to be able to look back at exactly what you did. Now you can make changes. Without knowing what you did, you won’t know what failed.
The other huge advantage to a basketball training program is that when your workouts are mapped out it makes it a lot harder to slack off. You can look at your week and know exactly what you are going to do. Without this structure it's too easy to make spur of the moment changes or put off a workout.
As important as having a basketball training program, is having the right training program. You can waste precious time on the wrong training program and get nowhere with it.
There is a lot of pressure on you to select the right training program and it can seem overwhelming. But I have some guidelines for you to follow to make sure you select a great training program.
  1. WHO MADE IT? - Who put the training program together? Can they provide testimonials from players who use the program? You want a program from a trusted coach, research them, demand testimonials and see how many other players are using the program.

    Also, beware if the person behind the training program is using their own success as a selling point. Playing and coaching are two very different animals and just because a player found success, it doesn't mean that they know how to train you and put together a training program. That takes a coach!
  2. ARE THE DRILLS TOO SIMPLE or TOO COMPLEX? - Look at the drills that makeup the workouts. There are two things you need to look out for. The first is the workout with overly simple "rec league" drills. If you look at the drills and can't see them converting to in-game success, then it's probably too simple of a training program.

    On the other hand, some coaches create crazy drills just so they are original and look impressive. With these types of drills you spend all your time trying to learn the drill, rather than building your basketball skills.

    You want drills that will build a skill set that will actually be useful in a game.
  3. IS YOUR WHOLE TRAINING OUTLINED? - There should be more to your basketball training program than just basketball drills. To be a successful player at high levels you need to have strength, speed, explosiveness, quick feet and stamina. If your training program doesn't address these, that means you will have to go out and get a separate training program specific for those. A great basketball training program will incorporate all those directly into the training.
  4. DOES THE TRAINING LOOK EXCITING AND FUN? - If you look at the training program and it doesn't excite you, you are setting yourself up for failure. You want to look forward to your training not dread it. So, if your workouts look boring and monotonous it will probably be struggle for you to get out and train.
  5. DOES THE PROGRAM PROGRESS WITH YOU? - If you're in a great basketball training program you should expect to see great results. So as you improve you will need your drills to progress with your skills. Make sure that the training program allows for this. You don't want to be at level "Z" doing drills from level "X".
If you follow those guidelines when selecting your training program you will end up with a great basketball training program.

Score Big Like Kobe

Score Big Like Kobe

The most important choice a serious basketball player has to make during their career is which basketball workout program to use. Choosing the wrong program can have big consequences, lost time, developing bad technique and lost motivation, just to name a few.
Basketball workout programs will vary significantly from coach to coach. There isn’t necessarily one program that is right and the rest are wrong. But there are plenty that are just flat out worthless!
I see a lot of coaches putting players on basketball workout programs that make me cringe. The sad thing is that these players are putting all their trust into these coaches and their workout programs.
I've spent a lot of time talking with top basketball players and coaches. I always pick their brains about what makes a great basketball workout program. And while all their programs vary in exactly what drills they use, they all have some major things in common. But the one thing that all these players and coaches agree on is that there are two major keys to any basketball workout drill.
Intensity. This is the number one ingredient to training for success. So many players train at 75% and expect to play at 100%. Bring intensity into your basketball workouts and make sure that the drills you use demand this intensity.
Could a NASCAR driver practice racing at 80 MPH and then expect to go race at 200 MPH? No chance, so why do so many basketball players expect that they slack in their training and dominate in a game?
Game time. Always remember what you are training for. You aren't training to be a great in-practice player. You are training to dominate come game time. So why waste time on drills that won't develop the skills you can use come game time?
Here's the perfect example. Players shooting 500+ shot reps for a shooting workout. I see this all the time, players going around the perimeter putting up shot after shot. Well, the shooting part isn’t bad, but this doesn’t replicate at all how your shots will be in games.
Every shot you take in practice (with the exception of form shots and free throws) should have a specific move leading into it. In other words, in a game what is creating the shots? Coming off a screen, your handles, pullback, etc. Every shot you take in practice should have one of these moves leading into it. If it doesn’t, you are only training to be a successful in-practice shooter.
I want to add in one last factor. That's consistency. But you could look at consistency as motivation and determination too. If you truly want to develop unbelievable skills, it takes practice. And hitting the court a couple times a week won't suffice.
A lot goes into training properly but the factors I just covered are at the top of the list. Get the right basketball workout program, train with intensity, train for the game and train consistently. Do this and you are on your way to big things!


Let's face it...
If you could consistently score 20-30 points per game...
If you could "take over" the 4th quarter at will...
Or if you were the guy that your coach trusted to take the
last shot...
And you definitely would NOT need to watch this video.
Because you'd probably be out getting courted by every major
college, even before you were "officially" eligible.
As you know, nothing is more valuable in basketball than scoring.
It's what gives you noticed, gets you played... and ultimately
could get you paid.
If you're the guy with "unstoppable offense" -- you're about as
rare as it gets in this game.
And that's what makes this new video from Coach Tate–
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