Sports & Nutrition

Optimize your team’s peak performance.

Importance of Sports Nutrition

During a tournament, does your team play well their first match, but poorly the second? If so, you can safely assume some players haven't followed a disciplined sport nutrition regiment. To begin to correct this common proplem your players must be guided on what to eat/drink and when.

Getting the Right Nutrition at the Right Time

Recover & Refuel helps your team prepare for their next match through nutritional notifications and alerts directly tied to your TeamSnap schedule!


Carbohydrates are essential to helping athletes reach peak performance during strenuous activity. As exercise intensifies, muscle glycogen (where carbohydrates are stored) becomes depleted, which causes an increased need for carbohydrates. Eating the right amount of carbohydrates before, during, and after an event is critical!

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Protein plays an important role in the energy and muscle preservation needs of hard working athletes. Consumption of protein shortly after a match is an efficient way to provide the body the amino acids it needs to build and repair body tissue. Common sources include meats, fish, grains and vegetables.

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Vegetables are loaded with vitamins and minerals that are crucial for bodily health and growth. The micronutrient content found within vegetables, such as kale and spinach, help optimize exercise performance, energy production and tissue recovery during periods of exercise training. Eat your vegetables to help avoid muscle damage and fatigue.

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As an athlete, fruits can help optimize your exercise performance and help reduce exercise-induced oxidative stress. Although all fruits are healthy, particular varieties provide exceptional benefits to athletes including bananas, oranges, strawberries and raisins.

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Fat is important in the athlete’s diet as it provides energy, fat-soluble vitamins and essential fatty acids. Fats make up the majority of energy during longer workouts. Choose "good" fats found in fish, nuts, seeds, canola and olive oils and avocados.


Nothing is more important than water to stay hydrated, but your body also needs the nutrients from liquid sources such as milk, smoothies, sports drinks and chocolate milk. Chocolate milk helps restore muscles quickly to their peak potential by helping replenish what your body has lost.