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    Ray CintiOct 26, 2011 at 8:07 pm

    A carbohydrate-rich diet consumed for 3 days prior to competition, accompanied by a decrease in training intensity, will result in increased muscle glycogen concentrations. Which in short means a good game. Protein drinks should be consumed after the game is over for repair.

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