If you are a competitive or recreational athlete, you will perform at your best and recover most quickly when you eat a nutritionally adequate diet, drink enough fluids, are physically fit, are properly trained, and get enough sleep.
Rest and Recovery in athletics is just as important as sport specific training, if not more important. Especially in track & field, we train energy systems and technically demanding events which can have a significant impact on the nervous system if not trained properly. Young athletes often do not feel the fatigue of overtraining until it is too late.
Rest and recovery is always planned for in our training cycles.
Consult with your coaches before considering any type of additional training, sports/activities, or dietary supplements.
Below you will find some guides and additional information about maximizing your performance in sport and life.
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