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YOU ARE WHAT YOU PUT INTO YOUR BODY

Nutritional recommendation:

  • Avoid fried foods—broil, bake or grill fish and chicken
  • Treat yourself to a special meal once a week—it will keep you honest
  • Invest in high-quality, scientific-based sports nutrition—it really makes a difference in recovery, stamina and strength gains

FOR PEAK CONDITIONING

Go-to exercises:

  • Squats (works 72% of muscle mass)
  • Cleans (works 100% of muscle mass)
  • Medicine Ball (works your core)
  • Running

KNOW HOW TO GO FROM TRAINING TO RECOVERY

Workout tips:

  • Be consistent with workouts
  • Lift weights that are right for your sport or activity—heavy weight training doesn’t make sense for basketball players
  • Recover! The cold tub is one thing I push to help speed up recovery
  • Catch some ZZZs—sleep is important for strength and recovery

THINK OUTSIDE OF THE BOX WHEN IT COMES TO YOUR TRAINING

Advice to avoid injury:

  • Try barefoot training to strengthen your stabilizer muscles and prevent strains and sprains
  • Sand pit training helps improve agility, multi-directional movement, balance, and explosion—it’s easier on the joints and a great method for rehab and injury prevention as well as a way to improve balance and speed

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