Sports and Performance

3 Easy Tips for Fueling Your Workout without Overdoing It

Heading to the gym after work for a quick workout? Out for a morning walk with the dogs? Here are some tips for fueling your workout without sabotaging the calorie-burning effort of exercise.

Whether you're a competitive athlete or a casual exerciser, what you eat affects your performance. Your body needs the right balance of carbohydrates, protein, fat, vitamins, minerals and fluids to fuel your fitness.

Exercise Safely in Hot Weather

When the mercury rises, "easy" exercise becomes a huge physical undertaking, and intense exercise can be deadly. Here's how to protect yourself from developing a heat-related illness.

Drinking the right amount of fluids before, during and after physical activity is vital to providing your body the fluids it needs to perform.

Fall Sports Require Fuel

The fall school sports training schedule is under way and athletes need to focus on consuming adequate amounts of calories, carbohydrates, protein and water.

When it comes to excelling on the playing field, what athletes eat can make a huge difference

Preventing Relative Energy Deficiency in Young Female Athletes

It can start innocently enough. A young female athlete pushes herself harder than usual, but doesn't consume more calories to compensate for the extra energy burned. This can lead to a condition called "relative energy deficiency in sport," or RED-S.

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