Travel is never easy. It may cause problems that impair your athletes� performance, such as altered sleep schedules, skipped meals, dehydration (especially with air travel), food safety issues, and, if you�re traveling abroad, the availability and accessibility of familiar foods.
Nutrient Timing for Peak Performance eBook
How much protein do we need?
Ensuring that an athlete takes in adequate fuel and fluid during exercise in the heat is important to minimize injury and prevent premature fatigue.
Advanced Sports Nutrition 2nd Edition eBook
Power athletes are naturally focused on maximizing their strength-to-weight ratio so as to generate the greatest power at the lowest weight.
Caffeine for Sports Performance
Around the world, coffee and tea have become the major sources of caffeine intake.
Practical Pharmacology in Rehabilitation eBook With Web Resource
Alcohol activates gamma amino butyric acid-mediated inhibition of the central nervous system (CNS).
Power Eating 4th Edition eBook
From the oatmeal you eat for breakfast to the baked potato you eat for dinner, carbohydrate is the leading nutrient fuel for your body.
Endurance Sports Nutrition-3rd Edition
Your job beforehand is to respect the nutrition aspect of long-distance endurance competitions and eat in a way that prepares you physically and mentally for the challenge that lies ahead.
Vegetarian Sports Nutrition
The meal plan for an athlete trying to lose weight is similar to the meal plan for any athlete, but it contains slightly fewer calories than are necessary to maintain weight.