Pancake Day for Boxers

Boxing Science Pancake Day

Boxing Science would like to wish everyone a happy pancake day.

All those boxers training hard and working towards making weight, you might be finding pancake tempting and frustrating. Well, not to worry, we have some healthy options to help fuel your training performance and help boost recovery.

Power up with Peanut Butter – Pre-Training

Pancake Mixture 2 eggs, 1 mashed banana one teapoon of baking powder.

Toppings 1 tablespoon of peanut butter.

Nutritional Info 339 Kcals. 26 g of Carbohydrates. 17 g of Protein. 18 g of Fat.

Pancakes for Total Recovery – Post-Training

Pancake Mixture 1 egg, 2 egg whites, 20 g of oats and one teaspoon of stevia.

Toppings Blueberries and Raspberries – a handful of each. 200 g of 0% Total Greek Yoghurt.

Nutritional Info 381 Kcals. 42 g of Carbohydrates. 38 g of Protein. 7 g of Fat.

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Lee Rickards is a nutrition consultant and sport scientist currently working at Sheffield United Football Club and with professional combat sport athletes competing for regional, national and commonwealth titles. Lee is an UKSCA accredited strength and conditioning coach (ASCC) and an accredited body composition analyst by The International Society for the Advancement of Kinanthropometry (ISAK).

Lee was awarded his Bachelor of Science in Sport Science for Performance Coaching in 2012 and will be completing Master of Science, Sport and Exercise Science at Sheffield Hallam University in 2015. Lee is currently undergoing his research project, which will investigate strength exercise selection on gluteus maximus activity in order to reduce injury incidence and increase hip extension to aid sports performance.

Lee believes in evidence based nutrition practices to improve performance whilst debunking myths surrounding making weight. Lee will be sharing his nutrition knowledge through a series of articles relating to Boxing performance.