Make sure your kids are developing healthy eating and sleeping habits so that they can succeed on and off the field.
When it comes to knowing how much you should bulk up, the consensus is that a player should never sacrifice their explosiveness for pure size.
Here's what you need to know about disordered eating to help your athlete develop a healthy relationship with food and navigate their nutritional choices when it comes to eating to fuel their sport performance.
All of this pressure on kids whose parents are trying to live vicariously through them results in parent and child living in a performance mindset.
The sports physical requirement is every three years in Minnesota, but Subramanian recommends a one annually if a student plays sports all year-round, has changes in the family or athletic history or suffers any injuries.
So what's a sweaty endurance athlete supposed to do during prolonged exercise?
Talking with your athletes about their mental wellbeing will provide them with the tools they need to be healthy people and athletes. Here are five valuable tips from a child and adolescent psychiatric physician to help you start the conversation on mental wellness with your athlete.
Concussions are not the only concern for kids in contact sports. Keep your young athletes healthy and healed after injury with these tips.
Knowing what to do and what not to do when preventing sports injuries is a handy knowledge or information to have, even if you are not doing any exercise right now.
While there hasn't been a lot of research involving student-athlete sleep patterns, it's generally accepted that athletic and academic performances improve with improved sleep habits.
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