Make sure your kids are developing healthy eating and sleeping habits so that they can succeed on and off the field.
Keep multivitamins, fruits and vegetables in the meal plan at all times. The body needs this vitamins and minerals for proper repair processes.
Kids, teens, and adults are usually bombarded with media messages about weight loss at the beginning of the new year. Many young athletes face a double helping of this pressure because weight loss and/or fat loss is often touted as a path to improved athletic performance. It’s important for parents and coaches to learn about some of the supplements kids may be tempted to use.
Youth sports promote bone health by increasing a kid’s activity level, particularly with weight bearing activities. To further optimize bone health, kids should participate in a variety of sports and activities in order to stress bones throughout the body.
Some athletes have to overcome unthinkable injuries in order to claim glory.
Try to focus on endurance and how fast you are running rather than deliberately thinking about the technical running movements.
"Step by step order of priority I would probably do breakfast, snacks and hydration during your day. Then lunch, then dinner. If you do that over six months you won’t recognize yourself when you are done that process.”
There are certain very basic tests to see if a person has developed the basic steps and strength since childhood to maintain a high output of performance.
Brett Douglas, fueled in part by the sudden death of his cousin, is taking a two-pronged approach to combating Sudden Cardiac Death by educating and screening students and athletes aged 12 to 22 in his home state of Ohio.
The treatment’s increase in popularity can largely be attributed to its ability to heal so many different sports-related injuries.
If you've ever been sidelined because of an injury, make sure you completely heal before returning to competition.
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