It’s been assumed that an athlete’s calorie intake affects the risk for RED-S, but the amount of carbs for athletes may be a greater concern.
Strength, speed, agility and power are vital to helping clients excel like everyday athletes in their performance and in daily life.
Caffeine has long been used by athletes, and now we have a better idea of the benefits of caffeine for endurance performance.
Athletes aren’t only focused on sports. Today’s international athletes see the value in athlete well-being as well as optimal performance.
Scientists observed a different response pattern among female athletes who are naturally cycling and those on contraceptives.
Providing health education about the benefits of exercise, good eating habits and other “well-living” parameters can help former athletes.
A statement issued by the American College of Sports Medicine notes key challenges related to sports and mental health.
For athletes, the risk of experiencing irregular heart rhythms, known as atrial fibrillation, is 2.5 times higher than it is for nonathletes.
Endurance athletes with naturally higher iron levels may enjoy a competitive advantage because of the boost to their oxygen capacity.
Researchers revealed more risks of steroids, finding that using anabolic androgenic steroid over time accelerates brain aging.
Is breakfast important for athletic performance? Even if you plan on exercising later, it can be important not to skimp on a morning meal.
Relative energy deficiency in sport is a term describing a mismatch between calorie intake by athletes and what they expend training.
To suss out the keto diet for athletes, researchers reviewed a studies involving endurance athletes from various disciplines.
To make the most of athletic training, take a look at complex training, which combines strength training with plyometric drills.
Studies have examined the many qualitative benefits of Pilates practice. How do these benefits come into play with Pilates for athletes?
Research shares important information about mental health and concussion recovery in young athletes using assessments and interventions.
Turns out that even the color of sports drinks may enhance feelings of refreshment and revival, increasing exercise performance.
Boost the morale of older athletes by letting them know that, in certain sports, age is an advantage, according to recent findings.
Depending on the sport and level of competition, 40%–100% of athletes use sports supplements, such as creatine and certain stimulants.
College athletes who skimp on sleep may be increasing their risk for injury, according to a small study by University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers.