USM which is regularly in the DIII college world series and would beat most of the division I schools in the Maryland area has this in season nutrition pamphlet which i think is vital to ball players.
As a college player who is on the road for 3-4 months in a 56 game schedule it is easy to eat poorly.
Just though i would share and would love to hear what you guys think.[/quote]
pretty rudimentary, but I can see why it would be difficult to get college students to eat well. Just getting them to stop drinking soda and eating fries is a huge step in and of itself.
"I thought that I should let everyone know what the nutrition plan is for Queens College (NY). This isnt for everyone, but it works for me and my partner in the weightroom and the rotation. It is as follows:
Meal Bar or cereal or sometimes nothing
Lunch (Post throwing and running practice Pre weight lifting):
Taco Bell / Da Deli / Tozt (healthy sandwich salad place
Immediately before workout:
Jack3d and about 16 oz water in total
Take a doody
Immediately after Workout:
Whatever we can find in the freshman’s room, usually grilled chicken and whole milk
Beer and either mcdonalds or taco bell again (mcdonalds if we had TB for lunch and TB if we had deli)
I think that this represents a more realistic nutrition plan of most college athletes. It isnt horrible as long as we take the running and lifting serious."
:? I understand this is more representative of what a college athlete actually eats but are you tricking yourself into thinking this is actually a good diet?? how many calories are you getting daily? What’s your body fat %?