Fitness and nutrition go hand-in-hand, so make sure you have your sports nutrition facts right. These articles will give you the sports nutrition education you need. Learn about muscle recovery, proper hydration, and the latest sports supplements the experts are suggesting… To browse our library of free sports training articles, browse using the categories on the left or use the search box.
Glycerol is recommended for athletes who train and compete for long periods
New kids on the block – do quercetin and beta-alanine have any value for athletes?
Why fluid is the key for pre-competition lightweight rowers
Benefits of a bowl of cherries
Sports drinks – can you have too much of a good thing?
Why Triathletes Don't Need Extra Sodium
Effects of Panax ginseng extract on exercise-induced oxidative stress
How carbohydrate affects your mood
Phosphatidylserine – a magic bullet for endurance?
Optimum nutrition for athletes - what can we learn from recent studies
Antioxidant protection for athletes: is it time to ditch the pills?
Half-Time Training for Team Sports
Coping With The Effects of Temperature on The Pitch
endurance training - do carbohydrate drinks help?
Burning More Fat to Increase Periodization
Nutrition Advice for Endurance Cyclists
Glycobiology : Could sugars be the new route to sweet success for athletes?
The glycaemic index: how athletes can make it work for them
Selenium: Why athletes need more selenium in their diet
Antioxidant Diets: Low antioxidant diets may hamper fuel delivery
Calcium & Metabolism : Could the bone-building mineral calcium be the new Holy Grail of sports nutrition?
Maltodextrin-plus-fructose Drink: Carb combo drink produces most energy
Athletes & Antioxidants : A low antioxidant intake may harm athletes
Sports drinks and teeth
Hydration : How to calculate your personal fluid needs
Iron deficiency: much more prevalent than you imagined and posing particular risks for athletes