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currently work out 4-5 days a week, nothing crazy just running and push ups and sit ups. i currently take just gnc mega mens sport and gnc wheybolic extreme 60 shakes once a day after i work out. Someone at gnc said i should start using the bsn syntha 6 instead of the wheybolic. is this true? im not looking to get big and i dont really do alot of weights just want to get more toned and cut. Any advice on if i should switch or just stick to what im doing? id like to try the synthia 6 but not sure, dont want to gain weight or take something that will upset my stomach. Someone also recommended no xplode for more energy but i thought that was to get bigger. wouldnt mind getting a little bigger but not trying to be a bodybuilder. thanks in advance for any help
I need some advice for the nutrition of a promising young sports star. My son who is 11 has just been signed for a pro soccer club. When I attended a training session with him last week the parents of the other kids were talking about nutrition diets gym etc etc To my amazement I thought it all seemed a bit extreme, they were talking about protein shakes and leg extensions etc etc. Im my own opinion I thought this was a little much for 11 year old kids. I am concerned for the actual physical developement of my son , ie I dont want to start banging protein shakes and creatine etc etc down his neck. Also doesnt gym training damage kids muscle developement. Any advice I want him to do well and make the best of him self but at the same time I want him to be healthy and develope well. The other parents seem to be very obssessive .
ok here is the story ive been bodybuilding for quite a whilenow , ive always taken protein shakes only. about a year ago i started taking purple-k from king of creatine and i took them for 2 months along with protein shakes. i stopped for a while then started taking xpand, isoflex protein shakes, glutamine powder and a multi-vitamin from gnc called gnc mega men SPORT. i took the xpand for 2 months and stopped for a month since you cannot take it all the time because its creatine. now am currently taking superpump 250 as a post work-out, no synthesize creatine during and after the workout, am also taking glutamine pills from wal-mart 4 times a day, isoflex protein shakes twice a day and gnc mega men sport(multi-vitamin). now the issue is not too long ago my family and friends have been telling that you are ive started to lose hair and they’ve told me that it started when i first started supplementing, now i do not know if its true and want to make sure that it might be possible that the supplements that am taking are causing my hair to fall. if it does i will immediately stop everything and just eat properly. Please if anyone knows the answer please get back to me ASAP!!!
Sport and recreation career assignment
Athletic trainers assess sports injuries, providing appropriate treatment, and educating athletes on injury-prevention programs as well as healthy lifestyles. Trainers help with rehabilitation after an injury.
An athletic trainer works with school sports teams, professional sports, or in sports medicine clinics or health clubs. Trainers work in collaboration with physicians and coaches, insuring that treatment plans are followed and athletes are not returned to the game prematurely. Trainers can work full-time year round or on a seasonal basis which varies with each sport.
Students should study biology, chemistry, and physics as well as basic first-aid. Some coaching or experience as a team captain is preferable. Bachelor’s and master’s degrees are available in athletic training. An authorized program includes courses such as human anatomy and physiology, psychology, nutrition, and physical education plus extensive field experience. Athletic trainers also need good social and communication skills because they are constantly working with people.
Athletic Trainer salaries vary depending on the location and the setting. The average salary is $18.44 per hour, which totals up to about $38,360 per year, comparing to a personal trainer, fitness trainer or aerobic instructor they make a good amount of money. Of coarse though, like every job the salary usually starts smaller and when the amount of hours and experience is increased so does the salary range.
Along with this job there are many advantages and disadvantages. Being a personal trainer has its benefits, like you get a free membership to any gym you work at, and meet great people. Teaching a class is also a good workout for yourself. Some cons are it is extremely tiring, physically demanding and is lots of competition out there. You have lots of laundry all the time (being sweaty does that).
There are a number of ways for athletic trainers to advance or move into related positions. Some assistant athletic trainers could become head athletic trainers and, eventually become athletic directors. Some athletic trainers may even move into sales and marketing positions, in this field they are able to use their athletic trainer expertise to sell medical and athletic equipment.
The appropriateness of this field for myself is not a type of field I would be looking into for when considering what to do with my life. Being an athletic trainer would be a lot of work and would mean I would need to be extremely well fit. I am fit but teaching other people how to be fit and helping them out, is something that I simply not interested in pursuing. I would also need a lot of schooling because you need to know about muscles and first aid.
I’m in a bit of a deadlock situation right now,
I’m stuck in a school which just isn’t right for me.
- To be honest, it’s a nerd school.
I genuinely don’t know how I got in to it, but that’s another story. (I started this school January ’08)
Anyway, I’m finding that I’m way out of my depth, the work is so hard and the homework is so demanding, the curriculum is ridiculous and the subjects are so hard! They offer all the really hard science and maths subjects, whereas they completely ignored humanities or the arts, which is a problem as I’d love a career in journalism or a music or language teacher.
- Maths, chemistry, physics, biology etc. are my worst subjects
- English, music, art, history, geography, sport/nutrition etc. are my best subjects
The people there are VERY study focused – to a level that’s really extreme. I don’t find I get along with them easily. They’d much rather stay at home and study than go shopping on the weekends.
I don’t think I’ll get a good final score if I’m doing the subjects I hate/aren’t good at. And that will limit my career choices.
Problem is, I don’t feel I could go back to my old school. That just isn’t an option for me right now. I genuinely don’t feel I could go back – for a number of reasons that I’m not going to blab on about. So I’m stuck between a rock and a hard place – I can’t go back to my old school, I don’t want to stay at my current school, and I really don’t want to go to a new school (I have changed quite a few as we’ve travelled and lived in many different places).
I’m in Grade 10, and have two years of school left.
Can anyone help me out? Give me some advice? It would be much appreciated.
Name the six basic nutrients needed by the body. What is each of their function?
What types of foods might you find them in?
How do they each benefit the body?
Discuss the effects of dehydration on the body.
What is a diuretic?
Can you drink too much water?
Perform and Internet search and learn about at least two of the most popular diets right now.
Would you consider them to be fad diets? Why or why not? Would the diet work for you?
Define anorexia. What are some of the causes of anorexia? How can it be treated?
What are some of the symptoms associated with bulimia? Can you die from anorexia or bulimia?
Hey i have a quick question. i’m currently involved in wrestling and i’m in the 125lbs weight class on varsity. i have NO clue how much calories i need. I have NO clue what i should be eating at the right time. I currently read your Grappler’s Guide to Sports Nutrition, which has given me some idea. Heres where i have trouble, my coach has me weigh in before practice and i normally weigh around 129-130 and i get done and i weigh 126.8. My problem is that i dont want to weigh 5lbs over or 4lbs over and rely on practice to get it off, its frustrating and makes me irriated and crabby all the time. i want to be able to maintain 124lbs so i’m not always jumping. I workout at 6:30-7:30 every morning before school then we have practice at 2:45-5:00. I have a match on Wednesday 12/10/08 i really want to be under. It would be a huge help if i had a sample menu of what i should be eating at what time.
Alright well I am starting with a whole new set of supplements tomorrow and well need some help with knowing when the best time is to take them. Well first I am going to be going onto CytoGainer(its hard for me to gain weight so weight gainer is the best type of protein for me), BSN No-Xplode, GNC L-Glutamine, GNC Creatine, & GNC Mega Man Sports Multivitamin. And if any there are any other supplements that are recommended I would be glad to hear them. And lastly I am looking for gaining some more muscle mass It’s hard for me to show any gains muscle wise, when it comes to strength I notice my strength increase but not muscle any advice ?