Make sure your kids are developing healthy eating and sleeping habits so that they can succeed on and off the field.
Whether you’re a coach or a parent, keeping kids active and healthy is of the utmost importance during stressful and confined circumstances, especially when athletes are used to full school and training schedules. Here are some ways to keep your young athletes healthy and happy during quarantine.
Helping a picky eater choose healthy foods can be challenging at times.
Here are six ways parents can ensure that their athletes are getting the nutrients they need to develop and perform at their best.
What your athlete eats after exercise is just as important as what they eat beforehand.
Here are five strategies to guide your athlete on what and when they need to eat to properly replenish after practice.
TrueSport Expert Kristen Ziesmer, a registered dietitian and board-certified specialist in sports dietetics, shares what parents and coaches need to know about pre-workout fueling for middle and high school athletes for improved performance and decreased likelihood of fatigue and injury.
It's cold and flu season, and we know how easily sickness can spread among a team. Keep these simple nutritional tips in mind to help boost your athlete's immunity this season.
Over the years, misconceptions have spread about concussions. With new forms of treatment and information available, it’s important to educate both athletes and parents about the facts. Here are the top five concussion myths we’re debunking to help spread awareness.
In order for kids to find exercise fun, they need lots of variety. And when they find exercise fun, they’re much more likely to stick with it over an extended period of time. Plus, trying new physical activities together as a family will not only benefit your kids’ health, but can help fight the winter exercise blues too.
In December, the Peace and Sport Forum took place in Monaco to discuss the work of peace and acting through sport. But what is sport for development and peace?
Playing more than one sport can confer amazing benefits for youngsters. But playing several sports simultaneously with no break is arguably even worse than early specialization. A huge benefit of playing multiple sports is you give your body a break from certain repetitive movements or actions associated with particular sports. But when you just pile sports on top of one another, you only make things worse.
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