HOW DO I FIX THIS?
Eating better and going to bed early.
Stay away from soda, candy, junk food, donuts, etc. These types of food have either zero nutrition or too much sugar.
That's number one.
Number two is you need to get yourself in the habit of going to bed earlier. If that means organizing your life to allow for that, then do what you need to do.
Think of your body like a car. Only the proper fuel makes it go. Same with your body. It takes discipline, but the right foods and plenty of rest will improve this for sure.
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As funny as it may sound, getting up 10 minutes early and doing some simple, non-strenuous exercises such as pushups, situps, and running in place can help your energy level. When you exercise, your body release 4 chemicals called endorphins, epinephrine, serotonin, and dopamine. These 4 chemicals make you feel "happy." And everyone knows you have more energy when you're happy than when you're sad.
Also, like Coach Beez said, watch your diet and eat carefully, and also get good sleep. Don't mess around when you should be doing your homework, because then it takes more time. Get your stuff done so we can get back to the court. Remember, it's called student-athlete, not athlete-student.
Thanks for reading,
Your fellow student of the game,
Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard.
- Kevin Durant
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