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    No more leather helmets either
    Damn. No metal cleats ??

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    They don't even have the hip and butt pads on a belt no more....

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    What's the bet that Kevin's boy have high tech, state of the art mouthguards??

    Need to invent some with hydration resin that can hydrate them while they practice.. I will need a royalty for my intellectual contribution please.
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    Light meal before & big meal afterwards. At that age, pretty much anything should be ok except sugary junk.

    Glad to hear they are playing a man's sport in spite of your soccer loving ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by led0321 View Post
    Good they are too young.
    They will never get old enough for that supplement crap.
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    Your heart ain't like your balls, ya only got one...
    All you need is a body built for discipline and a mind that can justify so much apparent self-abuse.

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    Sent you an email

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    Default This is what we had...

    Hell, it was good enough for the Harlem Globetrotters...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
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    Uhhhh, if know a warrior movie we don't know about then I'd suggest you just come clean and not be handling that shit behind closed doors.....

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    Better not be a "Gladiator" movie...

    "The Crying Game" doesn't count as a warrior film either. That's Cromer's favorite film....
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    we do not allow gatorade in our house. too much sugar and acid. we allow the G2 but not sure that's a great pre-workout choice.

    water water water!

    and whole foods. NO POWDERS OR SUPPLEMENTS.

    I like the pre-made casserole ideas. My daughter and I are working on our "LuDad's Seasoning Mix" that we make by hand. It has a little salt and a lot of pepper with some citrus notes and spice. Look for it in stores soon. We put it on everything from scrambled eggs to steak. It will work well in that breakfast casserole. We aspire to make other versions for fish, chicken, etc but our "original" LuDad's is some good stuff....
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    You actually typed "citrus note"

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    havent gotten the fancy mouthpiece just yet!
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    Marketing is important. You put things like "citrus notes" and a cute pic of my daughter and people will buy the shit out of it.
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    I like Sweet Tater hashbrowns, eggs, meat, vegetables, bananas, avocado, nuts, and/or berries. Maybe some brown rice, if you must. Protein in the way of meat and nuts, whole milk, etc. I'd opt for quality carbs over bread, they just last longer. Carb load the night before.

    And, like a broken record, Hydrate!

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    Whole Milk and two a days makes me want to puke just thinking about that..

    Of course, kids these days don't do "log rolls" or run "suicide drills" like we did I guess...
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    Default pre workout breakfast

    Along those lines.... All of us old guys talk about how lucky kids are nowadays because they don't have 2 a days. Trust me when I tell you they work harder than we ever did and they pretty much do it year-round.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tater View Post
    Along those lines.... All of us old guys talk about how lucky year kids are nowadays because they don't have 2 a days. Trust me when I tell you they work harder than we ever did and they pretty much do it year-round.
    I have a hard time believing that
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    I understand where you're coming from, but they do.

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    Year-round conditioning/lifting. Spring practice. Summer passing leagues (7-on-7). No huddle offenses.....yeah, they work harder. By far.

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