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Conditioning for soccer


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Excerpt: I found this suggestion on a soccer-conditioning website, cant remember which one right now, but it said that a soccer players' diet should be 60-65% carbs, 20-25% fat, and 10-15% protein and i just wanted to run this by you guys and check if it sounds about right. Specially since I thought protein was supposed to be a big part of a healthy diet so I dont know what to think of it yet.

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    Conditioning for soccer

    I found this suggestion on a soccer-conditioning website, cant remember which one right now, but it said that a soccer players' diet should be 60-65% carbs, 20-25% fat, and 10-15% protein and i just wanted to run this by you guys and check if it sounds about right. Specially since I thought protein was supposed to be a big part of a healthy diet so I dont know what to think of it yet.


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    Re: Conditioning for soccer

    following a macro diet like this where you calculate your intake is probably the dumbest thing we see pushed right now in the fitness industry. what do those numbers even mean? what is a carb? what is a fat? what is a protein? it doesn't even make any sense. these people who push this bullshit are the same ones who eat at chipotle and think that is healthy food

    just stick to a natural whole food diet and if you want to get better at soccer, PLAY MORE SOCCER and get your endurance up. soccer players who are forwards run miles per game, if you do not have endurance you will suck at it
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    Re: Conditioning for soccer

    That seeks completely ass backwards to me. 10 to 15% protein? That's a problem
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    Doesn't sound about right whatsoever
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    Re: Conditioning for soccer

    Quote Quote posted by JoanneWoodward View Post
    I found this suggestion on a soccer-conditioning website, cant remember which one right now, but it said that a soccer players' diet should be 60-65% carbs, 20-25% fat, and 10-15% protein and i just wanted to run this by you guys and check if it sounds about right. Specially since I thought protein was supposed to be a big part of a healthy diet so I dont know what to think of it yet.

    Honestly I see these numbers played with all the time.

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    I would definitely up the protein. You will need it for muscle building and repair from training.

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    Those numbers seem off to me, and especially low on the protein.

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