Information On Sports Nutrition

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Correct nutrition can mean the difference between winning and losing, or between enjoying your sport and being frustrated. Look through these articles for more information to get your diet and supplement schedule right.

  • Antioxidants Improve Recovery from Exercise and Build a Better Body!
    by Michael Geary
    The function that antioxidants play in aiding your recovery from exercise is the inhibition of free radicals produced during exercise. Any time you workout, free radicals are produced in
    the body that damage muscle tissue.

  • Post Workout Nutrition: Secrets to a Ripped, Lean Body
    by Michael Geary
    When you're finished with an intense workout, you're entering a catabolic state where your muscle glycogen is depleted and increased cortisol levels are beginning to excessively break down muscle tissue.

  • Hydration When Bodybuilding
    by Tim Santorini
    So many people don't realize how important it is to keep your body hydrated, especially during work out. Also most of them will work out too much adding to the negative effect dehydration can have.

  • Do Supplements Really Improve Performance?
    by Eddie Lomax
    The choice to use supplements is personal... But in my opinion the greatest amount of performance improvement is still made by proper physical training.

  • Hydration and Athletic Performance
    by Colleen Palati
    Heat injury is the third leading cause of death among athletes. Make sure you are properly hydrated.

  • A Proper Diet Should Be An Essential Part Of Your Fitness Training
    by Robert Palmer
    Quite often diet considerations do not play a big part in our training program. We tend to think that the exercise alone will keep us healthy. Of course this is not true, and you need to pay careful attention to your diet.

  • Pain Management- Foods That Help Ease Pain
    by Meri Raffetto
    Pain- something that no one wants to experience even once let alone daily and yet chronic pain is not uncommon. Research shows that making some small changes to your diet can make a difference.

  • Running Cramps, Leg Cramps & The Role Of Nutrition
    by Paul Newland
    Everyone you talk to seems to have a theory about muscle cramps and running cramps in particular - eat bananas, eat oranges, take more salt, eat less salt. For some this may work, for most it doesn't.

  • Soccer Nutrition and Mental Focus
    by Steve September
    Focusing on a dietary plan is also preparing the mind for future competitions is a longer process. This is the use of one of the most important issues in life (food), to introduce another important issue (competition), to heighten the all aspects of individual and team performances.

  • Antioxidants, Glyconutrients & Sports Nutrition
    by Dr. Robert Gamble
    Did you know that when you exercise intensively you increase the free radical burden in your body? If you're a serious sports enthusiast, you should know that.

  • Caffeine May Reduce Athletic Performance
    by Rita Jenkins
    Caffeine interferes with blood flow to the heart during exercise, research suggests. Caffeine is a stimulant, but may actually impair athletic performance.

  • Does Creatine Really Help Build Muscle?
    by Craig Rowe
    Unfortunately, most people believe that creatine helps build muscle and it does in a way, but probably not the way you are thinking. The best way to describe creatine is to say that it helps the muscles help themselves build muscle.

  • Soy Versus Whey Protein Bars: Effects On Exercise Training Impact On Lean Body Mass And Antioxidant Status
    by Erin C Brown , Robert A DiSilvestro , Ari Babaknia and Steven T Devor
    Although soy protein may have many health benefits derived from its associated antioxidants, many male exercisers avoid soy protein. This is due partly to a popular, but untested notion that in males, soy is inferior to whey in promoting muscle weight gain.

  • Nutrition, Diet And Exercise
    by Willie Jones
    Whether you are trying to lose weight or live an active healthy life style, nutrition and exercise are vital to your health. We have become as a whole in the western culture, a couch potato, slow moving, over weight and flaccid society.

  • Immunity and the Athlete
    by Patricia Niland Dip.ION (MBANT)
    To realise potential, it is vital that an athlete has the ability to train consistently. Successful training, over time, builds a stronger, faster, more efficient body that will hopefully go on to produce optimum athletic performances. Time lost due to ill health is time that a competitive athlete cannot afford to lose.

  • Nutrition For Your Young Athlete
    by Murray Hughes
    Nutrition is extremely important for any young person, especially an athletic one, and even more so during the developmental years of their life.

  • Aerobics And Imposters
    by David McCormick
    In health clubs, they run classes that call themselves ‘aerobics’. As you will come to see, they are neither aerobic, nor are they the best way to lose the excess fat. The main thing they accomplish for you is losing weight from your wallet.


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