Athletes spend significant time training their bodies to run faster, jump
higher and increase their agility. Unfortunately a poor diet can interfere
with all of that hard work.
Not eating the right amount of calories can lead to poor energy levels
and performance. Not eating the right proportion of protein, carbohydrates,
nutrients and fluids can also have a negative impact on athletes, restricting
performance, decreasing the body’s ability to build and repair muscle
and decreasing endurance.
Thankfully, Parkview Sports Medicine understands that. That’s why
we have a dedicated team of experts. We’ll work with you to develop
proper nutrition and hydration so you can realize:
- Optimal training and performance gains
- Enhanced recovery between workouts
- Reduced risk of injury and illness
- Confidence in being well-prepared for competition
Let our sports dietitian nutritionist help you identify and reach your
training and performance goals.