In this article, I’m gonna be very straightforward about how athletes should be interacting with food when it comes to performance training and the overall performance of the sport. This isn’t going to be a cookie-cutter article about making sure you get enough vitamin B vitamin D vitamin C. This is going to be a step up to the plate and do what you need to do kind of article. Whenever it comes to sports performance training or just playing a sport in general making sure that your nutrition is where it needs to be is essential. And before I go any further I would like to say if you are an athlete or aspire to be a high-level athlete and you drink soda you need to take a hard look at yourself today. To perform a sport at a high level or to get the most out of performance training you cannot sacrifice taste and enjoyment for what the mission is. Especially in the form of soda. As an athlete, you need to be sure that you were at your peak of performance that way you can maximize your performance training and your skill development. Well, athletes can have a horrible diet and still perform at a high level your risk of injury increases, and your ability to produce better and further decreases. When it comes to sports performance training you need to be making sure that you’re getting the micro and macronutrients that you need to stay healthy. Does this mean that since I’m in performance training I can’t eat anything else? No, but being responsible for what you eat is essential. Why work at skill development and performance training if the goal isn’t to maximize every ounce of work you put in. Sports performance training or skill development training it’s pointless unless you put effort into maximizing it. This means effort while doing the performance training as well as effort into the things that you need to be doing outside of sports training. Like nutrition mindset and recovery. The two biggest portions of recovery pertain to sports performance training and sports as a whole as nutrition and rest. By rest, I’m talking about sleeping and nutrition Everything you put into your body. Making sure to maximize her performance training by getting the proper vitamins and nutrients as well as eating whole and healthy foods could be the difference in your increase in abilities and also the difference in the longevity of your career. As an athlete participating in performance training, you need to take it as your obligation to take care of your body and the things that you do with it. If you’re looking for more information on sports performance training or nutrition and how it pertains to that don’t hesitate to reach out we would love to help. Also, if you’re interested and trying a free sports performance training class go over to our website and sign up today!