S & C Donations/Fundraiser...Part II

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Re: S & C Donations/Fundraiser...Part II

Unread post by NewApp » Sun Feb 04, 2018 11:53 pm

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Very little healthy in jerky except a little protein. It's loaded with sodium. Of course if an athlete sweats a lot, it could be beneficial. Otherwise, nada.


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Re: S & C Donations/Fundraiser...Part II

Unread post by firemoose » Mon Feb 05, 2018 1:35 am

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Very little healthy in jerky except a little protein. It's loaded with sodium. Of course if an athlete sweats a lot, it could be beneficial. Otherwise, nada.
Not sure what part of "minimally processed" you missed. And a "little protein"? It has more protein than most high protein bars and mixes on the market in serving comparison. Yes it has sodium but the local company is doing "minimally processed" for a reason. Jerky is listed by most men's and women's bodybuilding and weighting sites as the high protein snack you should be eating now that the meat and processing has gotten better. Plus they aren't living on the stuff. It's a snack. And a protein boost at that, and for athletes that spend a lot of time in the weight room and other exercising that can be important.

For a couch potato who's idea of exercise is getting up to get a beer store bought jerky isn't good for you. And neither is just about every other "snack food" out there. These are athletes who burn through several thousand calories a day. If our nutrition and HES dept (who BTW are consulted on everything that our SA's receive) say it's ok I'm going to defer to them since they are the experts.

My response comes from people in the HES dept and in athletic nutrition, just FYI.

https://www.womenshealthmag.com/food/jerky



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Re: S & C Donations/Fundraiser...Part II

Unread post by TheMackAttack » Mon Feb 05, 2018 2:11 am

firemoose wrote:
Mon Feb 05, 2018 1:35 am
NewApp wrote:
Sun Feb 04, 2018 11:53 pm
Very little healthy in jerky except a little protein. It's loaded with sodium. Of course if an athlete sweats a lot, it could be beneficial. Otherwise, nada.
Not sure what part of "minimally processed" you missed. And a "little protein"? It has more protein than most high protein bars and mixes on the market in serving comparison. Yes it has sodium but the local company is doing "minimally processed" for a reason. Jerky is listed by most men's and women's bodybuilding and weighting sites as the high protein snack you should be eating now that the meat and processing has gotten better. Plus they aren't living on the stuff. It's a snack. And a protein boost at that, and for athletes that spend a lot of time in the weight room and other exercising that can be important.

For a couch potato who's idea of exercise is getting up to get a beer store bought jerky isn't good for you. And neither is just about every other "snack food" out there. These are athletes who burn through several thousand calories a day. If our nutrition and HES dept (who BTW are consulted on everything that our SA's receive) say it's ok I'm going to defer to them since they are the experts.

My response comes from people in the HES dept and in athletic nutrition, just FYI.

https://www.womenshealthmag.com/food/jerky

Why would we want the opinion of nutrition "experts" when we have NewApp?


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Re: S & C Donations/Fundraiser...Part II

Unread post by moonshine » Fri Oct 12, 2018 11:14 am

We, as fans, never want to see our guys go down to injury, especially season/career ending ones. Seeing #25 go down was like a punch to the gut. So to take a page from Jalin, who GAVE HIS ALL, I'm soliciting to all App fans to make a $25 contribution in #25's honor.

This fundraiser was originally set up for S&C and anyone who saw JM shake off and run over defenders knows he took S&C seriously. However, I feel a contribution to any of the following funds: A Mountaineer Impact, Yosef Club and/or the S&C fund (see directions below) made in Jalin Moore's honor would be the least we could do to pay tribute to a terrific young man and player "Who Gave His All for Appalachian". Please join me in paying homage to #25 Jalin Moore!



"First of all, thanks to my App State family for the love and prayers," Moore said. "I'm eager to get back and finish what I started. I wish I could start the rehab process right now. I hate that this is the way my App career ended, but everything happens for a reason. This is only going to make my story better in the end. We've got a special team this year, and I know them boys will still get the job done. All I can ask for is for them to keep that same swagger, that same mindset. Don't feel sorry for me, this is only a test that I will not fail. Anybody can get hurt any play, and any play could be your last. That's what we touch that sign for. We've got to give our all for App, because you never when it will be your last game for the Black and Gold." - Jalin Moore




All donations are tax deductible and you will be receiving a receipt. As far as how to donate, the address and fund# I set up last year are still the same but the online page has changed:

For mail:
Athletic Department
ASU Box 32025
Boone NC 28608

Make checks out to the Appalachian State University Foundation, Inc. and include Fund #92809 (Strength & Conditioning) in the memo.

By Phone:
828-262-6812
Monday - Friday, 8 am - 5 pm ET.

Have your credit card info and the Fund # ready.

Now for the online. Below is a link to the main "Give Gift Now" page. There are two ways that you can go once on this page. You can put your dollar amount in the box at the top of the page, click the circle next to "Other Fund not Listed (Designation box below/ simply type fund name)" and in the "Other Designation" box put "Strength & Conditioning Fund #92809" (it says just put the name in but I add the fund # just to be sure), and click "Save and Continue" at the bottom of the page.

You can also click the circle beside "View additional funds (by College/Area) or select multiple designations" after which a box will appear, start typing "strength" in the search box, and Strength & Conditioning will show. Click the square beside it and click Continue. At that point an empty dollar box will appear and a % box that already has 100% filled in. Enter the dollar amount and the click "Save and Continue" at the bottom of the page.

From there it's just a matter of following the directions and giving your information.

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Tribute: In Honor
Person's Name: Jalin Moore
Occassion: To #25 giving his All for Appalachian


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Re: S & C Donations/Fundraiser...Part II

Unread post by 87ASUgrad » Sat Oct 13, 2018 11:08 am

Check is in the mail today. Thank you #25!


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Re: S & C Donations/Fundraiser...Part II

Unread post by AppRolls » Sun Oct 14, 2018 10:22 am

Just made the online donation to S&C #92809 in honor of Jalin. Great idea to create something positive out of Jalin’s injury.



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