In contrast to this diet, the most successful athletes and long-term fit people consistently prioritize breakfast and ensure they make time for it every day.
At this point, especially if you’re a long-time follower of the content here at Hockey Training, you know that in order to become lean, strong, and healthy you need to care very much about both the quantity and quality of your food intake. But, improving your hockey performance isn’t just about what you eat and how much of it you ate…
But also when you eat.
Food quantity, quality, and timing all matter in the scope of creating the perfect hockey diet. Nutrition works intensely with your training and on-ice activity to fuel you, allow you to recover, and ensure you get the maximum muscle building and fat loss effects from your efforts. I have written about hockey specific nutrition extensively here, but I didn’t explore the idea of breakfast as I will in this article. Let’s get into it.