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Old Mon Oct 16, 2006, 07:36pm
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Exclamation any ballers mind helping me out on this?

ok, so my conditioning starts this week for the whole week. this is my schedule:
monday-open gym (practice)
tuesday-conditioning (we're doing cross country, running about 1.5-2 miles) wednesday-open gym
thursday&friday-conditioning

then i have saturday and sunday off and monday starts tryouts
during the next two weeks, what should i be doing to keep my body clean, fit, hydrated, nourished, etc.? i'm really wanting to do good this season and i'd appreciate absolutely any advice as to how i can keep my body in shape.

currently using:
muscle milk
nutri-gold 100 multivitamin
emergen-c
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Old Mon Oct 16, 2006, 08:00pm
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Is your real name Lucretia Mott? Is that a family name? Are you related to the Quaker hero of the same name?

You are way over-thinking this whole thing, imo. The way to stay healthy is to eat a variety of good foods in moderation, exercise to the point of heavy breathing for about an hour a day, and get 8 hours of sleep per night.

Oh, and don't listen to Jurassic Referee. He's just some old coot, who blows up at anyone on the basketball floor who doesn't kowtow appropriately!
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Oh, and don't listen to Jurassic Referee. He's just some old coot, who blows up at anyone on the basketball floor who doesn't kowtow appropriately!
LOL!!!!

That was rather funny.

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Old Mon Oct 16, 2006, 09:05pm
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first person, haha, nice one
second person:
i wasn't thinking about like, not eating
i just wanted to know what the best foods to eat are and what stuff i should be doing to keep my body in tip top shape
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Old Mon Oct 16, 2006, 09:47pm
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first person, haha, nice one
second person:
i wasn't thinking about like, not eating
i just wanted to know what the best foods to eat are and what stuff i should be doing to keep my body in tip top shape
You do realize, don't you, that this is a site for referees, not for players or coaches? While we do need to keep in shape too, our needs and yours might be different. The only advice I have is to eat from the various food groups, and exercise according to the kind of game you like to play. For more details, you'll probably need to consult a physical trainer, or a sports physician.

I'm also still curious if you're related to the historical Lucretia Mott?
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Old Mon Oct 16, 2006, 10:48pm
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Originally Posted by lucretiamottcuh
ok, so my conditioning starts this week for the whole week. this is my schedule:
monday-open gym (practice)
tuesday-conditioning (we're doing cross country, running about 1.5-2 miles) wednesday-open gym
thursday&friday-conditioning

then i have saturday and sunday off and monday starts tryouts
during the next two weeks, what should i be doing to keep my body clean, fit, hydrated, nourished, etc.? i'm really wanting to do good this season and i'd appreciate absolutely any advice as to how i can keep my body in shape.

currently using:
muscle milk
nutri-gold 100 multivitamin
emergen-c
I know I'll regret this but running 6 miles a week is hardly "conditioning".

When you're at 6 miles every other day get back to us & we'll discuss.
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Old Mon Oct 16, 2006, 10:56pm
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ever thought of using Glutamine? 5mg a day especially after exercise
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Old Mon Oct 16, 2006, 11:13pm
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ok, so my conditioning starts this week for the whole week. this is my schedule:
monday-open gym (practice)
tuesday-conditioning (we're doing cross country, running about 1.5-2 miles) wednesday-open gym
thursday&friday-conditioning

then i have saturday and sunday off and monday starts tryouts
during the next two weeks, what should i be doing to keep my body clean, fit, hydrated, nourished, etc.? i'm really wanting to do good this season and i'd appreciate absolutely any advice as to how i can keep my body in shape.

currently using:
muscle milk
nutri-gold 100 multivitamin
emergen-c

If the team your trying out for has an talent at all and you just started your conditioning this week, you are in for a rude awakening.
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Old Tue Oct 17, 2006, 04:06am
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If the team your trying out for has any talent at all and you just started your conditioning this week, you are in for a rude awakening.
Should be "you're", a contraction for "you are". I knew you knew that.
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