Five scientifically proven self-care habits athletes can practice to improve their physical health and maximize their ability to compete at their best.
Here is what parents and coaches should think about when it comes to the sensitive topic of disordered eating habits and young athletes.
If you have a picky athlete who doesn’t love the taste of water, it can be tricky to make sure that he or she is staying consistently and properly hydrated.
Here are five nutritional strategies your young athlete should avoid to ensure they aren’t deprived of the fuel and nutrients they need to compete at their best.
Here’s what you need to know about why a food-first mindset is so important, and how to help your youth athletes rely on food over supplements.
There are many myths surrounding supplements that parents should be aware of before choosing to buy these products – here are 4 myths to know.
If you are the parent or coach of a young athlete with an injury, here are recommendations for keeping recovery on track.
Back-to-School: How to Find Balance for Your Student-Athlete Summer is a time to be outside, go to camp, swim, play sports, sleep in, and shake off nine months of tough academic and sports schedules. For young athletes, this is some well-earned relaxation and fun. Heading back to school can be an exhausting return to alarm…
Avoid the Crash: Fueling Young Athletes for Long Summer Days For youth athletes, the longest days of the year involve day-long tournaments, two-a-day practices, tough conditioning camps, and generally being out in the heat from sun up to sun down. Long summer days make an athlete’s food and fluid demands much different than during colder,…
Summer Nutrition Tips for Youth and Teen Athletes Conventional wisdom would say summer is the time when kids eat the healthiest and have the lowest risk of gaining weight. After all, it’s sunny and warm outside, kids are playing or going to camps during the day, and all the best fruits and vegetables are in…