Make sure your kids are developing healthy eating and sleeping habits so that they can succeed on and off the field.
We all know it's hard for kids to be patient during the healing process, but just because your young athlete's injury is no longer painful, doesn't mean they're ready for play.
Learn how you can help your athletes avoid shortcuts during their injury recovery.
To support muscular development after hard lifting, all athletes need to consume high quality protein (with all the essential amino acids) in close time proximity to their training.
Bottom line, to make your child a better long-term athlete, go back to the basics; movement of any kind, albeit different sports, chores or free-play will all help to create a strong base for an athlete.
Practicing things like yoga, tai chi or meditation for even 10 minutes can have a profound effect. There are many types of mindful activities. Find one that resonates with you, and immerse yourself in the moment.
Simple things like proper nutrition, staying hydrated and getting enough sleep really can help them do better on the field.
Every youth sports injury is different, so it's not a surprise that every athlete's treatment plan varies.
While there may be times when pain medications are appropriate to treat acute pain, there are alternative and supplementary treatment options to consider for your young athlete as well.
Continue reading to learn four ways to treat pain without prescription medications.
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In addition to needing adequate calories, athletes can also be at risk of having deficiencies of several specific nutrients.
Players in all active sports should consider using mouthguards. In many school districts, mouthguards are required for wrestlers who have braces.
This is why the nutrition strategy you select for adding weight is vital to your success not only with weight gain but as a hockey player.
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