Make sure your kids are developing healthy eating and sleeping habits so that they can succeed on and off the field.
Casein protein is a slow releasing protein. It is suggested that you take this protein before you go to bed.
Protective equipment is the first step to keeping young players safe, but good early coaching also helps prevent injuries.
While protein often takes the limelight in terms of building muscle, carbohydrates have a crucial role to play as they provide energy for training and aid recovery.
"And that was all it took. Somehow that one exchange planted a seed in my mind that affected my ability to throw a baseball."
Decreased hip internal rotation increases the risk of back and abdominal muscle injuries in pro baseball players.
Even greater health benefits can be realized when a balanced nutrition routine is followed in addition to taking a multi-vitamin/mineral supplement.
Popular energy drinks offer promises of energy, endurance, and overall improved performance... but it could be at a huge cost to your athlete's health.
To reduce the likelihood of players lying so they can stay in the game, be sure to emphasize the importance of honesty and how the number one priority is their long-term safety.
“That is why we say we teach life through sports, teaching mental health through sports is the same thing.”
Athletes will stockpile by sleeping up to 10 hours per night leading up to a big event, a proven technique for increasing athletic performance.
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