Athletes eat and train, they don't diet and exercise. eat healthy and train to be stronger and better. don't diet and deprive yourself of good foods and then exercise to punish yourself or to burn energy you don't have. it's all about perspective *
Ice Cheat Sheet: If you have a house full of energetic dancers and athletes, print this out and stick it on the refrigerator for quick reference. You will be so glad you did when the time comes to treat those inevitable injuries and sore muscles.
If you're a young athlete, check out this infographic to get a better feel for how you should be eating during sports season. A few quick tips to help you keep your nutrition on track so you can perform at your best on game day!
Lori "Lolo" Jones, American track and field and bobsled athlete.the American record holder in the hurdles. Jones also competes on the U. national bobsled team & won a gold medal in the mixed team event at the 2013 World Championships