I have attended many wrestling tournaments in my time as a coach and fan. Finding the right foods for your wrestler can be a challenge. The key is to plan ahead and pack their healthy options for the day. We are at an important time of the year in Wisconsin wrestling and those that stay disciplined in their healthy eating plan are more likely to find success. Below is a list of some healthy options for tournaments and a eating plan for the day. Good Luck to all the wrestlers in the tournament series! Good Tournament Snacks in between matches : Aim for small snacks instead of big meals. Fresh fruit- bananas, grapes, oranges, berries, watermelon, fruit cups, or dried fruit such as raisins.
Try to eat fewer processed foods. Eating fruit, turkey on bread, or a cereal bar are also good choices. Good Tournament Snacks in between matches before Aim for small snacks instead of big meals. Sip on oz fluids between matches. If they are concerned about maintaining a healthy diet they may choose tournament take a multivitamin, but should not need any other supplements. Good normal healthy meal. Nuts and seeds : wrestlers in Vitamin E, day fats, and fiber, the little portion- controlled snacks can help you feel full for hours! Low-fat chocolate milk, Carnation Instant Breakfast mix, or anything mentioned in question diet are good choices. Tell a Friend.
Long Island Wrestling Association. Taken from the video of the same title produced by the National Wrestling Coaches Association. The information provided here comes from the video produced by the NWCA. Question 1: Why are high carbohydrate foods important to wrestlers and what are some high carbohydrate foods? High carbohydrate foods provide the muscles with readily available energy needed for optimal performance. Carbohydrates are provided in foods such as breads, cereals, rice, corn, pretzels, pasta, potatoes, fruits, vegetables, and fruit and vegetable juices.