Curtis Riser
Off Guard
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Curtis Riser

HT:  6-5 WT:  300 40:  5.20
POSITION:  OG
POS. RANK:   #2
YEAR:  CLASS OF 2012
HS:  De Soto HS

WHAT FUELS HIM:  Dickie's BBQ, Green Beans, Baked Chicken, Corn, Water, Protein Shakes & Recovery Drinks

"A steady performer on the line. He rarely makes a bad play and that makes cutting his highlights difficult because every play is a positive. He gets his fair share of pancake blocks and plays hard until the whistle. He plays tackle in high school, but will make the move to the interior on the next level. When watching film you can see that he has the feet and quickness to play tackle. He is technically sound and should see the field early"
- G.P.

  • By Kim White
Weigh yourself before and after exercise. Lost weight = lost fluids. Drink a little more next time, since being even slightly dehydrated can have a big impact on your workout!
When at a restaurant, look carefully at the menu to see how food is prepared. Words such as fried, crispy, creamed and au gratin suggest high-fat content. Better choices are steamed, broiled, stir-fried and poached.
Why is sodium a big deal? Sodium, which is an electrolyte, is important because it helps with fluid balance. It is lost from the body mostly through sweat, and you need to replace it to help the fluid that you drink stay in your blood.
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