Make sure your kids are developing healthy eating and sleeping habits so that they can succeed on and off the field.
As we approach these hot summer months, it’s important to know how to spot the symptoms of over-hydration and how to help your athletes develop a plan to stay balanced with their hydration needs on and off the field.
Abuse Prevention Training has resulted in increased safety and participation for young athletes.
Tackling an important topic to help children and families get the care they need.
Mayo Clinic says when it’s hot out, don’t wait until you’re thirsty to drink water. Wear lightweight, loose-fitting clothing that is light in color.
Parents or guardians can be crucial examples for kids when it comes to practicing appropriate self-care.
According to Brosco’s presentation, Florida has one psychiatrist who treats children and adolescents for every 100,000 children.
Not enough sleep causes a sharp decline in growth hormone secretion. Growth hormone deficiency is associated with loss of muscle mass and reduced exercise capacity.
Naturally, hockey players don’t exactly like to have crappy workouts or perform like crap in their next game, so, muscle soreness is a major problem.
Growth plates are the areas of developing cartilage at the ends of long bones where bone growth occurs in children.
Avoid buying high-calorie foods such as chips, cookies, and candy bars. Your child may not ask for these treats if they are not in sight.
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