Minimizing gut-distress symptoms can optimize an athlete’s performance and recovery. This can be achieved by engaging in optimal fueling strategies and screening for GI conditions.
If you unpack the word recovery, it takes on so many different meanings for so many different coaches and athletes. But what it boils down to is the human body’s ability to repair the damage done to it during strength training, conditioning exercises, endurance exercises, in-game play, and the mental expenditure that goes along with all of it. Advances in nutrition and technology continue to drive recovery optimization in elite athletes.
The road to maximizing an athlete’s success begins with recovery. If coaches want to maximize their athlete’s growth, recovery must be at the forefront of their training. Athletic recovery can improve how long, hard, and frequently an athlete can train. But if coaches do not recognize the importance of recovery, their athletes may be missing out on crucial benefits
Gatorade is proud to support the 2022 CSCCa National Conference. This year don’t miss Gatorade Performance Partner’s pre-conference session: “Beyond the Books: How to Effectively Communicate the Science Behind Performance” on Monday, May 2, 3:00 – 4:15 PM.
Health and safety continues to be a top priority of the CSCCa and its member coaches. January and February can be a time during which athletes are at increased risk due to many athletes being away from training for an extended period of time due to the holiday break between school semesters.
As the fall sports season rapidly approaches, Keith Gray, MSCC, shares his thoughts on some recovery strategies coaches can use to keep their athletes happy, healthy and competing at peak performance all year long.
Dehydration is your silent opponent. The harder your players push, the more they sweat. The more they sweat, the more water escapes their body, and with it goes speed, power and performance.
If you’re looking to get fit in a hurry, you should hit high intensities often. But understand that you are getting fit by only attacking one side of the equation, and there’s a limit to how fit you can ultimately get this way (not to mention a greater risk of injury and overtraining). Complete aerobic fitness happens when you put in the work at low intensities over time and develop the “low end” aerobic adaptations to support the higher intensity work.
The research is growing daily on effective and efficient methods to aid in the recovery of trained body systems (structural, chemical and mental). One such method is active recovery work in a swimming pool.
Tart cherries provide the foundation for recovery drinks that utilize the natural ingredients to help elite athletes recover faster and perform better.
Educating student-athletes on how to recover properly creates short-term and long-term benefits.
Tart cherries provide the foundation for a recovery drink that utilizes natural ingredients to help athletes recover faster and perform better.
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