Protein

Nutrition for ACL and Achilles Tendon Injuries

Maximising the prevention and treatment through nutrition for ACL and Achilles tendon injuries should be a high priority for athletes because of the seriousness of the injury. Tendon and ligament injuries are very common and there’s some exciting research over recent years showing effective nutrition strategies for collagen protein to reduce the risk and speed …

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How to Build the Rugby Player Body

Rugby is a physically demanding sport that requires players to have high levels of muscle mass and low body fat levels. Rugby players come in a variety of different shapes and sizes specific to their position, therefore training and nutritional requirements must be tailored to each player. Playing position, total body weight and body composition …

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Muscle Recovery Foods

Best Recovery Foods for Optimal Post Workout Recovery

After a long, intense training session your body has been stressed so much that muscles are damaged and your energy stores (muscle glycogen) are depleted. After a workout, you need to eat foods that speed up recovery. There are 4 R’s to remember for optimal post-workout recovery. 4 R’s for Optimal Post-Workout Recovery Repair – to …

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Nutrition for Injury Recovery & Surgery Recovery

Periods of inactivity and immobilisation that is caused by injury and corrective surgery may result in significant losses in muscle mass, strength and function. Depending on the severity of an injury, sport and physical activity participation are reduced or completely restricted, therefore limiting the anabolic stimulus of exercise to support protein synthesis. Therefore certain alterations …

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