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Jordan eats a lot of granola, especially when he’s on the course. His three meals when taken separately add up to 2,000 calories, but he makes up the remaining calories with the crunchy snack. Specifically, Jordan chooses grain-free granola, a special type of granola that contains no oats. Making a record.

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Fish, sweet potato, quinoa, rice, fruit juice. Dinner tends to be protein based and includes dairy or nuts to fill him up before bed. He will also have a protein shake made from the protein casein. Pro-golfer Lexi Thompson, 20, sexes up Golf Digest magazine with topless front cover shot as editor says ‘you can have stunning beauty and the highest level of performance at the same time’.

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The details of how to blend all of these elements into the “athlete’s diet” is the focus of this chapter.

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A decade ago, his own diet was not unlike the standard high-carbohydrate diet that is often recommended for endurance athletes.

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Secondly the elite athlete’s diet is often obscured by secrecy.

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Here are a few specific tips to help older athletes (and aging athletes— that is, all of us) create a winning food plan that’s appropriate for every sport, including the sport of living life to its fullest:

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Our colleague David Leadbetter was one of the first golf coaches to be interested in nutrition.

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I believe that by and large the best staple foods for endurance athletes are simple foods that are a familiar part of the cultural diet.

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Taylor’s focus on nutrition also set him apart from his competitors, many of whom drank, smoke, and ate poorly.

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Thinking that his diet may need tuning, Marty went to see a sports dietitian.

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Alexia Lewis RD

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  • We thought Obama was cool when he was president and then we get the bumbling buffoon that’s in the White House now…America, seriously? How Trump has credibility with anyone that has a functioning brain is beyond comprehension. It’s embarrassing.

  • Do you know why they keep the alien thing a secret from the general population? Because the general population elected Trump. Let that fucking sink in. All of you are too dumb for your own good! The aliens are either laughing at you, or pity you cause there are bigger and badder other aliens species who will conquer you in 5.8 seconds!

  • The Obama propaganda is real. Look at all of these pathetic comments “I wish he was still president”.. the fact you fucking idiots put that kind of stock into the president is pathetic. Obama was a corporate controlled shill like every other president, but because millennials are such cock sucking social media addicts you think there was something different about him. I can’t wait for you and everyone you know to die.

  • Liberal trash TV Obama is wanted on american war crimes he’s going to jail just like Hillary and most of the Hollywood corrupt Jack offs

  • Yeah, cool to see him hitting balls at the local driving range. Shame about some of the interview questions. Couple of good insights though. Love it how he uses a putter grip with his long game.

  • That’s all Obama’s did was played gold worse president in us History didn’t do one thing good in office, gave us 7 trillion more debt, should I keep going