Nutritional Recovery Strategies for Elite Soccer Players


January 22, 2018

Practical nutritional recovery strategies for elite soccer players when limited time separates repeated matches

Specific guidelines that aim to facilitate the recovery of soccer players from the demands of training and a congested fixture schedule are lacking; especially in relation to evidence-based nutritional recommendations. The importance of repeated high level performance and injury avoidance while addressing the challenges of fixture scheduling, travel to away venues, and training commitments requires a strategic and practically feasible method of implementing specific nutritional strategies.

Industry-Presented Blog: Half a Dozen Nutrition Myths DEBUNKED

It’s a new year, and you’re embarking on some new health and fitness goals. It seems like every magazine and news program is offering tips and tricks to lose the fat or build more muscle, but what should you believe? And what should you leave in 2017?

How to Use Velocity Bands to Improve Athlete Speed

Defining a velocity band is easy: it’s an expected time range for an athlete to hit during workouts. The difficulty is making the bands so precise they are perfect for a specific training session, and this means the range must be especially narrow.

NFL nerds are changing the game

THE Eagles are one win from their third trip to the Super Bowl in franchise history, and were one of the NFL’s top turnaround stories this season after improving from 7-9 to 13-3. Second-year quarterback Carson Wentz deserves plenty of credit, as does a fourth-ranked defence and at least three members of the coaching staff have been reported as candidates for head coaching vacancies.

How fast can Usain Bolt run the 40 yard dash? – Freelap USA

A popular question every February is how fast can Usain Bolt run the 40 yard dash if he was to partake in the NFL Combine? What seems like a simple and straightforward question at first is actually still a little bit of a mystery as some unknowns exist with the differences in extrapolating 100 m track performances to those at Indianapolis.

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