By Douglas B. McKeag
Basketball covers the epidemiology of basketball harm, the physiological calls for of basketball, preventive drugs, pre-participation exam and distinct issues to take delivery of to the younger basketball participant, and at last seems on the 'special' basketball participant -- diabetics, asthmatics, epileptics, and so forth.
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HOBC03 07/02/2003 10:37 AM Page 25 Chapter 3 Nutrition guidelines for basketball Leslie J. Bonci Introduction The game of basketball is a combination of intermittent and high intensity exercise, which places great physical demands on the body. The frequency of practices and games, coupled with off-court training and conditioning sessions can be exhausting. Basketball players often practice 6 days a week, often with twice a day practices and two to three games a week in season (Fig. 1). The nutrition goals for basketball focus on maximizing speed, agility and power.
If the player eats more calories than his/her body can effectively use, the excess will be stored as body fat whether the food item is derived from protein, carbohydrate, or fat. Fat-containing foods do promote between-meal satiety, which can be advantageous for the athlete who is trying to lose weight. The athlete who restricts fat intake must rely more heavily on carbohydrate stores as the fuel for exercise, which can lead to more rapid muscle and liver glycogen depletion resulting in earlier fatigue and impaired performance.
If the goal of the off-season training program is to increase strength and body mass then too much emphasis on an aerobic program (including the daily basketball scrimmages) may reduce the ability of these athletes to maximize strength and body mass gains (Hoffman & Maresh 2000). However, if there is an athlete whose primary goal is to reduce body fat, then a greater emphasis should be directed at increasing the aerobic component of the athlete’s off-season training program. Anaerobic conditioning Specifically conditioning the anaerobic energy system is generally not initiated until the preseason training program begins (upon return to campus) for the collegiate athlete.
Basketball: Olympic Handbook of Sports Medicine (Olympic Handbook Of Sports Medicine) by Douglas B. McKeag