I would bet that the conditioning won't be all day long. Most states do not allow that for school-based programs, and virtually no private league will. Probably he'll have a 2 hour practice in the morning, and another in the afternoon. Generally these activities are regulated by age. I could be wrong, but I bet they won't be all day conditioning activities.
In the league where I am a referee, there are 2 kids with type 1 that drink Gatorade through the game and do pretty well.
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