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Millions of youth in America play a structured sport. With the increasing variety of sports, kids are encouraged to participate at younger ages. The competition level continues to rise, making year-round practice and competition feel like a must to reach the top level. With this type of participation, it is important that nutrient and energy needs to meet the requirements for proper growth and development while being able to compete at your best. Equal importance should be placed on developing healthy nutrition habits for athletes at younger ages, along with skill development and strength and conditioning.
Female athletes risk injury to the ACL due to a variety of variables. What we do know is that some of these variables can be affected with performance training and strengthening. See how.
For athletes today, experts emphasize training harder and more often. While this may be true, the rate and quality of recovery play just as important a role in helping enhance athletic performance.
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