publication . Article . 2015

Ingesta nutricional y estado nutricional de jugadores de élite adolescentes, de fútbol mexicano, de diferentes edades

Hidalgo y Terán Elizondo, Roberto; Martín Bermudo, Francisco Manuel; Peñaloza Méndez, Ricardo; Berná Amorós, Genoveva; Lara Padilla, Eleazar; Berral de la Rosa, Francisco José;
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  • Published: 01 Oct 2015
  • Publisher: Grupo Arán
Abstract
Introduction: nutritional intake and status of soccer players has attracted not much research attention. Many soccer players follow an inadequate nutritional intake and have a poor nutritional status. This is relevant in youngsters soccer players, in order to improve performance and promote healthy dietary practices. Aims: analyze anthropometric characterizes, evaluate nutritional intake and status, dietary habits and pre- and post-exercise meals in elite teenagers soccer players. Methods: seventy-two young male soccer players (15-20 years) from four junior teams of a soccer Club from the Mexican National Soccer League were measured for height, seat height, weig...
Subjects
free text keywords: Soccer, Nutritional intake, Nutritional status, Body composition, Teenagers, Fútbol, Ingesta nutricional, Estado nutricional, Composición corporal, Adolescentes
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