Perfect Basketball Snacks for Basketball Camps
Posted by johnpreston on May 10th, 2015
Parents are going to be sending their kids to summer sport camps again really soon and one of the most challenging considerations is on what kind of snacks to prepare.Also See: Basketball Snacks, Sports Snack, Sport Camps, Perfect Basketball, Basketball, Snacks, Snack
Sports camps are not like your ordinary days in school where a sandwich, an apple and packed juice are enough. Well, it’s not really a question on whether they are enough or too much but, on them being the right kind of food to prepare for your kids.
These are some of the things that every parent has to consider when preparing for their kids’ snack for sport camps
1. Fast and Easy to Consume
Most sport camps don’t really have a formal lunch break or recess. In the case of a basketball clinic, they only break play when they have to huddle. Now, these short huddles may not be enough to consume an apple.
Your kid needs something that can easily be consumed within two to three minutes because that’s all he has before he goes back into the court.
2. Energy Food
His sports snack should be able to give him enough energy to last until the next water break.
The perfect basketball snack should have a lot of simple sugars for energy. It should not be filling because that will cause problems when he has to play immediately after eating.
Team sports are all about team-manship and part of that is sharing your food. If it’s a basketball snack then it might as well be really a snack that is in the form of chips that he can simply open up and pass around.
It has to be nutritious as well as delicious.
110Athletics is a nutrition supplement company that focuses on healthy snacks for athletes. And when we use the term snacks, we are referring to kids.
Their Basketball Snacks fit the requirements of a good sports snack.
1. They are in the form of delicious bite size chips which can easily be chewed and swallowed. The young basketball player can just open one pack and munch as he listens to the coach’s instructions.
2. The basketball snacks contain 37 grams of carbohydrates with only 5 grams of fat and 9 grams of protein.
Basketball players don’t really need a lot of protein while playing because they won’t be developing muscles as they play but after. The carbs will keep them going.
3. 110basketball snack come in delicious chocolate or vanilla so it’s fun to share.
110Athletic Sport Nutrition has the best youth sports snacks to take to basketball camps and all other camps.
For more information please visit our website: www.110athletics.com
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