The Role of Nutrition in Your Young Athlete's Success
Nutrition, like practice, is an essential ingredient in sports performance. However, it seems that many young athletes don't have healthy eating habits. Some skip breakfast, others eat junk and call it breakfast, and still others just don't know enough about how to structure a healthy diet. What is a youth sports parent to do?
Allison Maurer is here to rescue you and your athlete! Allison is the Sports Dietitian for the University of Tennessee Athletics. She explains why healthy food doesn't have to be boring food, how parents can get their young athletes involved in their own nutrition, and why pickle juice isn't as great a hydrator as some people seem to think. It's an informative listen for parents and youth athletes alike.
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