It remains open about whether Michael Michael Schisel (26) will continue his career after a second cruciate ligament tear. Bayerwäldler from Geiersthal (Regen County) won’t be able to do without his great love anyway, he already knows it – and plans his career after his energetic time.
As a nutritionist, he wants to lead professional and amateur athletes to top performers – also in the region. In the coming weeks, Scheßl wants to contact the clubs in order to provide them with the concepts – particularly with the aim of the hopefully imminent restart: “The topic is still a little discussed,” says Scheßl. “Feeding can be a big lever for performance.”
For some time now, Bayerwäldler has been advising aspiring athletes around the world via the Internet – and now he wants to bring that expertise to Bavarian amateur footballers as well. “Digital communication opens up completely new possibilities. Entire teams can participate in my lectures via Zoom or similar video platforms despite Corona.”
He wants to maintain my practical style without delving too deeply into the scientific field. Or as Scheßl puts it: “I want to explain why the sausage roll is not quite perfect before or after the match.”
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SCHEßLS BIG 5: Top Tips for Best Performers
Optimal game preparation the night before begins with a high-carb dinner and adequate sleep. Carbohydrates are the main source of energy for a soccer player and are stored as glycogen in the muscles and liver. Glycogen stores can be depleted by 75% during the game; If you start the game with the tank half full, then you are playing far below your potential.
Your last big meal three to four hours before you set off – the best is easy to digest and rich in carbohydrates. A classic example: pasta in a low-fat sauce.
– After the match, before the match! Start the regeneration with a protein-carbohydrate drink to ensure the replenishment of carbohydrate stores and repair processes in muscles and tissues.
Start your day with a large glass of water – preferably with a pinch of lemon juice, to reach the optimum pH level. A quarter of a teaspoon of salt also acts as an electrolyte, which relaxes the adrenal gland.
Alcohol consumption should be reduced after the match, as this can affect the normalization of water balance and food choice.