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We're going through some very difficult times right now, but I don't want you to feel like you have to go through this alone. I also don't want you to feel like you and your athlete will come out worse than when this craziness started.
I want you to come out of this social isolation rested, in more control, stronger, and a solid plan to make the rest of this year amazing.
That's why we're I'm giving you access to the Sports Performance Academy for a minimum of 3 months, and for as long as we're going through the virus isolation.
Click here to sign up now, but don't wait because after April 3rd, the price goes back up to the normal price.
The Sports Performance Academy is usually $49 per month, but nows the time to get together and make things better. So welcome aboard!
Now, check out this story of how one mom saw a real difference in her daughters health by following along with Dr. Josh and the Sports Performance Academy.
I saw a post this week from a collegiate and Olympic athlete showing her leg after she tore her Achilles on vault this week...and I thought, sadly for her it's too late, but it's not too late for our Sports Performance family!
Major sports injuries happen far too often. I've witnessed a lot of them, and trust me, you don't want one to happen to your athlete.
But what do we do to prevent them? How do we stop them?
Many of you know we have a program called the Sports Performance Academy. We help parents and athletes succeed through nutrition, performance, and recovery in sport, and by building habits that last a lifetime.
Each month, I do live training on an important component of being an athlete and this month we're going over injury prevention. Here's the title:
5 Critical Steps To Keep Your Athlete Injury Free This Season
We have thousands of team members on our email list, and I don't want ONE of you or your athletes to suffer an injury this year...this is how important...
Planning is not for perfection, it's for priority. ~Dr. Joshua Eldridge
We don't plan nutrition because every day we're going to be perfect. We plan nutrition to make sure that each day we prioritize nutrition in our family's lives. We want to give them the best possible chance for success, and we do that by giving them great quality food, day in and day out.
Studies have shown that children that get the right meals at the right time, not only do better in school, they also do better in their sport.
So when we think about doing nutrition right, we do it because we have big ambitions for our kids.
When you set up your goals for 2020, don't just think of it as another year...it's not. It's the biggest year of your life. Make a commitment to yourself and to your family that it's going to be your BEST...
Did you used to have some amazing dreams, but then you grew up and those dreams became impractical?
Me too! I've been there with you as well, but one of the reasons we've made so many advances as a society is we've had people that were willing to dream big.
We can start our goal training with practical dreams, but we want to see you and your family go even further and dream AMAZING dreams! Dreams that might seem unattainable, or even impossible...but they will give you a chance to reach for the stars!
So this week, have everyone in your family sit down, take 5-10 minutes and have a dreaming session. Don't let practicality intervene...DREAM BIG! And by the way, this includes you, parents!
Next, let's think of 1 big thing we can accomplish this year. For an athlete, it might be making it...
Are you excited about setting up your nutrition and health goals for you and your family for 2020, BUT...
You just don't know exactly what to do?!?
Or maybe you're ready to level up your nutrition goals this new year and you need a plan. You're in the right place as today we're walking you through how to be successful with nutrition in 2020 for your athlete.
Understand The Importance
How important is nutrition to your athlete's health and wellbeing?
It's absolutely critical! It's the base, along with Rest & Recovery, to building a strong and solid athlete that can stand the test of time. Without a solid base, your athlete will be subject to a greater risk of injury and lower levels of energy.
Your athlete is growing and changing, and to leave them without the nutrients they need to succeed is dangerous.
Get Them What They Need
It's that time again and we're getting ready to run straight into the holidays where gift giving becomes one of our main focuses.
We get to work with a ton of athletes, and each year we get to hear what they want for Christmas...so we wanted to share with you some of the best gift options for athletes this year! We also want to share the gifts that can make the biggest impact on your athlete this new year. Some of these things are pretty straight forward and some of these will be brand new to you.
One of my favorite sayings goes something like this: If you want to be an athlete, you have to start doing what athletes do.
Now granted, athletes do some goofy things sometimes if they have superstitious habits (wearing lucky socks, rubbing their lucky rabbit foot, or carrying around their lucky stuffed animal) but great athletes all do very similar things especially when it comes to recovery, sleep, and nutrition. We need to pay attention to these...
Have you ever wanted to feed your family the right food, but not even make it a whole week before winding up back in the fast food line? Maybe you know how important it is to get great quality food into your athlete, but you don't take the time to write down what's on the plan for this week?
Not making nutrition a priority is extremely common and it's why so many of our athlete's are struggling to progress, and to stay healthy.
Here's our success formula to make sure your mindset surrounding nutrition is right on track!
1. Get Ultra-Focused On The Importance Of Nutrition
What we focus our attention on becomes our priority. Not only is nutrition vitally important to your athlete's health, proper nutrition will make your athlete a better student. It will also give them the energy they need to be amazing when playing their sport.
You have to decide...
Does your family get enough sleep? Or do you often wake up tired? I know I’ve been in the not enough sleep camp before…but it’s not a good place to be, so I want to give you a few helpful tips on how to maximize sleep.
Sleep is critical. It will help increase your athlete’s performance in their sport, helps them get ready for school, and helps clear their mind, both physiologically and mentally. It’s like a mental reset that we really need to take full advantage of.
Start by knowing how much sleep your kids need:
These recommended hours of sleep needed are Non-Negotiable if you want your athlete to be successful. Athletes that get 6 or less hours of sleep increase their chance of injury by over 70%. That is a shockingly high chance for injury! I definitely don’t want to risk that for my kids, and...
What are the basics you need to be successful in nutrition?
Are you overwhelmed with feeding your athlete? Not sure if you’re doing it right? Maybe you know that you could definitely do better, but not sure where to start? Well you’re in the right place, because I want to share the basics so you can get on track and know for sure you are giving your athlete exactly what they need.
It DOESN”T have to be complicated, but it DOES matter what your athlete eats. Food fuels their bodies, and if they aren’t eating QUALITY whole foods, it’s a recipe for disaster.
Let’s start with WHAT TO EAT:
The 3 main things you need to focus on are CARBOHYDRATES, FATS, and PROTEINS. These are the macronutrients of their diets. (We don’t need to focus on micronutrients right now, if the quality of their food is great, they will be getting what they need)
Athletes….they aren’t machines (although sometimes we treat them like they are) THEY ARE PEOPLE! And sometimes, they just need a break.
If you’ve never heard of overtraining syndrome, it’s when the body really starts to shut down when there have been too many energy and physical requirements put on it. Maybe they’re doing extra work and really pushing it, or trying to progress, but it’s our job as parents to look at that and figure out when it’s time to pull back and take a little break and start recovering better.
If your athlete is following the athletic pyramid in the proper order (-Nutrition and Hydration-Rest and Recovery-Proper Movement-Strength-Skills), then you can look at the following clues to tell if your athlete needs a break:
"This is a must watch training if you want your athlete to succeed in sport and life."
~Dr. Joshua Eldridge
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