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Nutrition and Accountability

By Kane Sivesind, CSCS, Athletes' Acceleration , 12/10/18, 12:00PM CST

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Our athletes were performing better than ever, feeling good and eating great foods. The daily reminders really kept us on their mind and helped change their nutritional habits.

There’s no shortage of quality nutrition information for athletes on the internet. In fact, when it comes to nutrition for athletes, you can get overloaded with all the minor details.

How many grams of protein should they be getting?

When should they be eating their carbs during the day?

What sources of carbs are the best to boost performance?

You can go down any number of rabbit holes trying to figure all of this out. Luckily, there are a lot of smart people who have already done it for you. 

Just on this site alone, you have the likes of Chris Mohr (Nutrition for Sports Performance), Brian St. Pierre (Training Performance & Recovery) and Mike Roussell (Simple Nutrition Coaching) with great articles all about proper nutrition for athletes’ performance and recovery.