Do you feel sluggish? Tired? You can’t focus during classes? It could be dehydration.
Meals eaten around the training time are mostly those eaten before, during and after the activity. They have a great impact on our organism: they prevent from feeling fatigue, improve complex skills such as strength, agility, concentration and influence our after training regeneration. It is good to remember that badly chosen or not eaten meals can cause many problems.
Polish Soccer Skills Representations have already left Munich. Only one our player stayed in the capital of Bavaria. Patryk Szlicht, a player of Polish Soccer Skills Representation U16 and the player of APLG trained with peers from Bayern Munich Academy during all the week.
The capital of Bavaria has¬¬ hosted our three Representations already: U9, U13 and U14. Many attractions were awaiting our players during the weekend and the biggest of them was definitely a possibility to face Bayern’ football teams.
Football is not only a physical activity but it also allows to learn tactics and serves. A player is forced to take immediate decisions and predict moves of the rival. The game demands a high level of focus, creative thinking and brilliant evaluation of given situation. Dehydration, time constraints (a lot of trainings/extra classes) can impede proper energy and nutrients supply and as a consequence may lower effectiveness of your game. The sooner you develop the proper conscience of nutrition, ability to deal in difficult situations as well as time management, the better you will cope in the field, regenerate faster and prepare yourself for the next training.
Seeing how important the diet is in the development of young football players, we want to support the parents and players in their daily meal preparation. That is why we introduce a cycle of dietary advice for young players. The corner of advice is prepared by our dietary consultant, Erwina Szymczyk.