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  • #16
    I have to eat before I play and for sure have energy bars / snacks / smoothies and other things at my disposal so i can consume if and when I start to feel bad from going too long without eating. When I was younger not so much but now, absolutely!

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    • #17
      Becoming very aware of your blood sugar level when it drops is critical for peak performance.
      Bill Meacham
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      www.worldbilliardtour.com
      no link....

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      • #18
        Couple cold refreshing adult beverages and flip the coin...lol

        B
        Execution of the shot, some days I have it some days I don't...

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Island Drive View Post
          Becoming very aware of your blood sugar level when it drops is critical for peak performance.
          100%....I have missed the telltale signs more than once and wondered why my games was tanking.

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          • #20
            My problem is I eat too much all the time. But seriously back when I used to play long sessions, I ate very little. The old Mexican players and I mean the top players of that time 60s-70's used to eat small portions of honey. I mean they'ed have small packages of honey and eat maybe a half ounce or so every hour and drink lots of water during extended matches. They felt that the honey took a little longer to digest and stayed in their system longer, was not filling and could regulate the calories and energy required for long sets.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by jerry matchin View Post
              My problem is I eat too much all the time. But seriously back when I used to play long sessions, I ate very little. The old Mexican players and I mean the top players of that time 60s-70's used to eat small portions of honey. I mean they'ed have small packages of honey and eat maybe a half ounce or so every hour and drink lots of water during extended matches. They felt that the honey took a little longer to digest and stayed in their system longer, was not filling and could regulate the calories and energy required for long sets.
              Ah....good thing I know a beekeeper....lol...I'll have to try that in my next long session coming tomorrow..
              Onepocket players
              Eat your honey... lol

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              • #22
                Originally posted by crabbcatjohn View Post
                Ah....good thing I know a beekeeper....lol...I'll have to try that in my next long session coming tomorrow..
                Onepocket players
                Eat your honey... lol
                Wait a minute. People actually eat when they play!?!? During long sessions I just go for what works to have fun and then go to Waffle House with Crabb at 2am!!
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                • #23
                  Matt

                  Miller High Life is the same color as honey.

                  And when you and your cronies are in Memphis, and to our friend, Bill Rowsey,
                  Miller High Life rhymes with MONEY !!

                  Also, it is made in good ol Ft Worth, Texas

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Bmoretallpaul View Post
                    Do you like to like to eat prior to play.
                    Depends who's buying.
                    Seriously if I eat enough I go straight to Happy Hour....and at my age Happy Hour is a Nap
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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by mhilton777 View Post
                      Wait a minute. People actually eat when they play!?!? During long sessions I just go for what works to have fun and then go to Waffle House with Crabb at 2am!!
                      When you missed the last Memphis tournament I heard the local High Life distributor had to lay off three beer truck drivers

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