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In 2008, the Journal of Athletic Training conducted a study titled, “Sweat Rates and Fluid Turnover in Professional Football Players: A Comparison of National Football League Linemen and Backs.” The study compared linemen and running backs’ sweat loss, fluid consumption, and weight loss. Here are some of the key findings from the study:
The Science of Pro Football. If a 300-pound (135-kilogram) lineman loses about 3 percent of his body weight, he has sweat out 1.08 gallons (4.09 liters) of fluid—which means that he would need ...
0-4 hours after matches or training: Eat 1g of Carbohydrate, per kg of your body weight, per hour. Daily Recovery. After low-intensity football training: Eat 5-7g per kg of your body weight per day; Heavy Endurance Recovery (pre-season) Eat 7-10g per kg of your body weight per day; Fueling for a match. Eat 7-10g per kg of your body weight per day
LAST UPDATE: September 24th, 2020. The average person burns 575-775 calories per hour playing football. In a game of catch, they will burn 175-250 calories per hour. The number of calories burned depends on your weight and the intensity of the activity. More intense activities will burn more calories.
You will lose weight but suffer from slight malnutrition, fatigue and muscle atrophy. A good rule for a footballer is to eat 500 calories more than your body needs to function normally. Adjust to your energy levels and weight loss progress.