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Journal EntryFueling your adolescent athlete
Heat, humidity, and tough workouts can all be a part of your adolescent’s sports training program. Learn how proper nutrition and hydration help them play well.
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Journal EntryPeak nutrition in cold weather
Just because the outside temperature is dropping doesn’t mean your performance has to tumble too.
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Journal EntryChilling out with relaxation drinks?
Relaxation drinks seem like an appealing way to relieve stress, but some are not as harmless as they appear.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsOver-hydration: too much water hurts
Staying hydrated is essential, especially during physical exertion in the heat. But beware—too much water can be dangerous.
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Journal EntryCrazy for coconut water?
Coconut water is touted as a “natural” drink and a possible alternative for rehydration, but you may need additional nutrients during strenuous exercise.
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Journal Entry D source codeFueling with fluid
Fluid is just as important for optimizing performance as carbohydrates and protein, but are you getting enough?
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Journal EntryWhat should I look for in sports drinks?
Sports drinks are popular products for fueling and hydration during workouts. Learn about what your sports drink should contain and how they stack up to nutrient recommendations for performance.
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Journal EntryFueling for performance
HPRC has a new section on frequently asked questions about performance nutrition to help you achieve your performance goals.
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Journal EntryExercise and breathing in summer
Exercising outside on hot, humid summer days might do more harm than good. Find out how to beat the heat!
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Journal EntryRefuel, rehydrate, recover
Proper refueling after exercise is just as important as the exercise itself. Optimize your recovery with nutrition so you can stay fit and healthy.
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