CLINICS & EVENTS
On Chicago's South Side, Lou Collier Tries To Stage A Baseball Comeback
August 27, 2017
Perfect Game visits 2017 Elite Development Invitational
August 12, 2017
MLB vets, sons enjoying EDI experience
July 20, 2017
MLB Interview: Collier on Breakthrough Series
January 22, 2016
10 Best Gifts to Give a Youth Baseball Player
December 1, 2015
5 Steps to Becoming a Better Base Runner: A Base Runner's Off-Season Best Friend
October 30, 2015
LCBA - Perfect Game Kernels Tournament 2015
October 22, 2015
How to Find the Perfect Pitching Arm Angle
October 19, 2015
Sports Equipment Fact and Fiction
10 Rules to Being a Healthy Athlete
October 16, 2015
WHAT PRO SCOUTS & COLLEGE RECRUITERS LOOK FOR IN A PROSPECT
October 14, 2015
1. COME BACK TO EARTH:
Try to choose the least processed forms of foods; like fruits, veggies, whole grain, & high fiber carbohydrates.
2. EAT A RAINBOW OFTEN:
Eat fruits or vegetables with each meal. Choose a wide variety of colors for biggest benefit.
3. LESS LEGS THE BETTER:
Fish have zero legs, chicken / turkey has two legs, and beef four legs.
4. EAT FATS THAT GIVE SOMETHING BACK:
Such as olive oil, nuts, seeds, avocado, fish & flaxseeds.
5. EAT BREAKFAST EVERYDAY!
6. THREE FOR THREE:
Eat smaller portions more often, spread evenly across the day. No excuses! You should be eating 5-6 meals a day! Aim for all three nutrients every three hours.
7. STAY HYDRATED:
Drink non-caloric beverages; water green tea.
8. DON'T WASTE YOUR WORKOUT:
Have a pre-workout snack and post-workout shake or meal immediately after your training.
9. TRY TO EAT PROTEIN WITH EVERY MEAL:
Including a lean protein source with each meal will help your muscles recover.
Get some rest! This is when your body recovers and repairs itself.