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Healthy ways for football players

 

“It takes a lot of confidence for people to look at you and think you're leader”

Walter Camp is known as the "Father of American Football." Walter Camp is usually regarded as the most  influential individual in American football's growth.

      There are around 3.5 billion spectators and 250 million players globally, spread across 200 nations. Cricket (2.5 billion fans), basketball (2.2 billion fans), and field hockey are the next most popular sports in the world (2 billion).

   Though Football as we know it now began in the United Kingdom in the nineteenth century. "folk football" has been played with varied rules since mediaeval times, the became formalized when it was adopted as a winter sport at public schools.

LIONEL MESSI is one of the toppest players,when it comes to their lifestyles

Persistence is one of the six healthy habits that famous football players have adopted into their lifestyles. The most effective technique for football players to maintain match fitness is to persevere…

  •       Consistency
  •        Proper Sleeping Habits
  •        Maintaining the Right Mind set 
  •     Frequent Testing
  •         Appropriate Nutrition

 

Football players require a lot of carbohydrates to stay energised. Whole grain breads, pasta, rice, potatoes, fruits, and vegetables are crucial for elite athletes, since they provide essential vitamins, minerals, and fibre to aid in inflammation reduction and recovery.

 

Oatmeal, 100 percent whole wheat bread, whole wheat or corn tortillas, whole wheat pasta, brown rice, and low-sugar cereals with at least 5 grams of protein per serving are all examples of whole grains. Fruit: apples, pears, bananas, melon, pineapple, and cantaloupe are all examples of fresh whole fruit.

 

Carbohydrates Fruit.

 

  • Oatmeal.
  • Sweet/white potatoes, squash, and other starchy veggies
  • Vegetables that aren't starchy. (broccoli, green leafy vegetables)
  • Crackers or whole grain bread
  • Cereals that are high in fibre and low in sugar.
  • Quinoa.
  • Rice, either brown or wild

 

SOME OF THE EXERCISES FOR THE FOOTBALL PLAYERSTO GET FITT N HEALTHY

 

·         WEIGHTED SLED DRAGS

·         SINGLE-LEG SQUAT

·         DUMBBELL BENCH STEP-UPS.

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·         HIIT ON THE TREADMILL.

·         PULL-UPS IN THE BURPEE.

·         WALKS OF THE LATERAL BAND...

·         PUSH-UPS WITH A MEDICINE BALL

·         HURDLE SPRINTS IN THE LATE STAGES.

                   

 

                 What foods do athletes stay away from

 

These foods, in particular, should never be included in an athlete's diet, regardless of age or sport!

 

·     Drinks for athletes. Traditional sports drinks are unhealthy for        the body.Drinks that give you a boost of energy...

 

·     Soda Pop is a type of carbonated beverage that comes in a variety of   flavors Alcohol.

 

·     Breads and foods made of white flour.

 

·     Non-nutritive sweeteners or white sugar

 

·     Desserts and baked goods...

 

·     Candy

 

What methods do football players use to bulk up?

 

The following is an example of how football players work out.

Muscle-Building Exercises Principles

 

  •       Exercise in short bursts
  •     Don't take too much time between sittings  
  •     Make your workouts more challenging.
  •     Change up your workout routine.
  •     Exercising good form is a must.
  •     Count on free weights a lot
  •     Do not lift weights for more than two days in a row.
Periodised training divides the year into three or four training phases, each focusing on a different aspect of fitness. Periodise regimens allow for a gradual increase in fitness and performance. Each phase has its own set of goals, and each one builds on the one before it.

 

TRAINING IN EARLY BEFORE SEASON

Early in the preseason, the emphasis is on improving aerobic fitness, fundamental functional strength, and muscle hypertrophy (muscle growth).

Players are gearing up for the season and beginning the process of rebuilding following the offseason.

 

 LATE SEASONAL FITTNESS TRAINING

The competition has begun, and all players are expected to be fully functional.

Maintaining speed, aerobic and anaerobic fitness, as well as strength and power, is emphasized.

SESAONAL FITTNESS TRAINING

 The competition has begun, and all players are expected to be fully functional.

Maintaining speed, aerobic and anaerobic fitness, as well as strength and power, is emphasized.

Injury prevention is also emphasized, which includes strengthening stabilizer muscles, improving balance, and increasing agility.

 OFF SEASON TRAINING

 During the off-season, the focus is on relaxation and healing while maintaining some light activity (cross-training, light gym work). It's beneficial to take a few weeks off from intense fitness and strength training.

As the pre-season approaches, more regular work can be resumed, with a renewed emphasis on improving aerobic fitness in preparation for pre-season training.

 

Injury prevention is also emphasized, which includes strengthening stabilizer muscles, improving balance, and increasing agility.

 

EXERCISES FOR FOOTBALL PLAYERS AT HOME

 

·         Sidelye Up

 

·         Matrix Multi-Angle Lunges

 

·         Push-Ups

 

·         Squat with a single leg.

 

ways to get in shape for football
 

·         Physicals. Ascertain that the athlete is in good health.

·         Movement Screens for Beginners...

 

·         Dynamic Warm-Up and Flexibility (Stretching)

 

·         Conditioning for Football (Running/Agility Drills)...

 

·         Participate in a program to help you develop your strength and power.

 

·         Core Stability...

 

·         Nutritional adequacy...

 

·         Hydration.

 

Mental health has been described as a "stigma" in association football, although it is also a problem in other professional sports. Professional footballers are more likely than the general public to experience depression and anxiety symptoms.

 

How do players manage to stay on the field for 90 minutes?

 

How to Maintain High Energy Levels During a 90-Minute Football Match

The night before a game, eat a carb-heavy dinner.

 

·         On match days, always eat breakfast.

 

·         Prepare some refreshments in advance of the game.

 

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·         Drink plenty of water...

 

·         Make use of energy drinks,they are unhealthy but they do use them

 

QUOTE:

"There's nothing like a challenge when you've got something to prove." 

 

 

It's crunch time, just minutes before the big game. We know you'll make us all proud whether you win or lose! , You've put in a lot of effort to make the cut and get selected for the team. Show them how it's done by getting out there and doing it!

 

Always keep in mind that when things become rough, the tough get tougher! I know you're a tough cookie, so don't be scared to push yourself beyond what you think you're capable of.


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