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Eat Right This Year or You Will Never Make Progress

By Dan Garner, Hockey Training, 01/10/19, 12:00PM CST

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Each meal contains roughly two fist-size servings of carbohydrates, one palm-size serving of protein and one thumb-size serving of healthy fats.

This might sound strange coming from a guy who has a blog on a site called “Hockey Training” and not “Hockey Nutrition” – but it’s true nonetheless. If you want to gain maximum muscle size to improve your strength out on the ice, drop maximum body fat to improve your speed out on the ice, and improve your recovery so you can perform at optimal levels day in and day out, the real key lies within your nutritional habits.

The Hard Gainer

It’s quite true that we are all very different from each other, but having said that, the principles of nutrition will always be the same – it’s only the methods that change.