Make sure your kids are developing healthy eating and sleeping habits so that they can succeed on and off the field.
Choosing just one thing at a time will help prevent all of you from feeling overwhelmed, and will help you dial in and make those sustainable changes for the long-haul.
Stride length training offers hockey players the chance to have their “breakout” year because if they have never trained it properly before, this type of training can turn a good athlete into a great athlete.
Good communication takes work. Sometimes very hard work. But the benefits of open, honest dialog with your kids will be life-impacting in your relationships.
Goals focused around healthy living are more sustainable than those driven only by weight loss.
Each meal contains roughly two fist-size servings of carbohydrates, one palm-size serving of protein and one thumb-size serving of healthy fats.
Phelps, DeRozan and Love serve as examples that achievement, success and wealth are not barriers to developing mental health concerns.
Swimmers who actively promote recovery, via sound nutritional habits, reap the rewards while those who ignore this all-important process suffer.
Athletes following a plant-based diet need not be inherently worried about getting enough protein to support their body’s needs
Aprik has developed a strategy for the holidays that focuses on making sure athletes balance foods they enjoy while remaining in top playing shape.
When Jablonski was checked headfirst into the boards during a junior varsity game on Dec. 30, 2011, he symbolized every hockey parent’s worst fears realized.
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