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Before, During, After a Game: Proper Hydration and Rehydration

Feb 23, 2017

Proper hydration is crucial to the performance of any athlete at any age. Surprisingly, a more critical element in an athlete’s diet isn’t what they eat but what, how much, and when they drink. The hydration needs of pre-adolescent children are higher compared to adults. […]

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Dealing With Muscle Soreness After the Game

Feb 22, 2017

The satisfying sensation of aches and pains we feel after a good workout or game is that healthy burn caused by endorphins. However, once the initial high wears off, what athletes are left with is muscle soreness. DOMS or delayed onset muscle soreness is common […]

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How Much Physical Activity Do Children Need?

Feb 22, 2017

According to the Department of Health and Human Services, children and adolescents aged 6 and older require physical activity at least an hour each day. The hour should be moderate to vigorous aerobic activity. Additionally, children should also be participating in activities that target to […]

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5 Tips on How To Avoid Sports Injuries

Feb 22, 2017

For any athlete, the last thing they would want is to be sidelined with an injury on the day of the big game. Coaches and parents should be keen on teaching young athletes how to prevent injury that not only causes them to miss the […]

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Why the Basketball Greats Are Saying That Playing Soccer Has Helped Them

Feb 22, 2017

“It helped me tremendously.” Lakers guard, Kobe Bryant, said when asked about the game of soccer. Bryant who lived in Italy from age 6 through 13 adds, ““When you grow up playing soccer, you obviously carry that over to other sports.” Kobe Bryant, who has […]

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Pro Stock Hockey’s Game Day Nutrition Guidelines

Feb 22, 2017
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Sportsmanship Tips: 5 Qualities of a Good Teammate

Feb 22, 2017

Regardless of the sport, certain team dynamics are common across all sports and all backgrounds. There are universal traits that make individuals likable by the whole team and coach. Here are 5 qualities that make a good teammate: 1. Be coach-able Being coach-able isn’t limited […]

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Staying Warm for Those Cold Weather Games

Feb 22, 2017

There are already plenty of disturbances during games such as an overly enthusiastic crowd or a trash-talking opponent. While you can choose to ignore these, some distractions are not quite easy to disregard; like the cold weather. Depending on the sport, dressing for games during […]

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How Sports Build Decision-Making Skills On and Off the Field

Feb 22, 2017

Because games are so fast-paced, athletes don’t always have the time to think deliberately. Rather, they react instinctively or need to make rapid decisions based on prior game experience or practice time. Practice makes perfect, they say. This doesn’t only apply to honing skills but […]

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