How Athletes Should Approach Recovery
So me athletes do not take recovery seriously and that is something that needs to change. You need to take care of your body after training, practice and games because that helps you be more efficient the next time you have to perform. Stretching is important, massage/foam rolling/ recovery massage guns are essential in today’s world, and hydration are so important in an athletes daily life. If you’re an athlete especially a college one, you get after it. And your body is tired. You have lactic acid build up, are exhausted like I said before and still need to be able to focus in class. Your recovery helps with that. Stretch at least 30 minutes per day on your own time, not before practice, on your own time. Hydrate! Maybe taking some kind of electrolyte drink that is low sugar is something you need. That helps you avoid cramping during competition and ensures hydration throughout the day. And sleep! Make sure you are getting at the very least 6 hours. It should be 8 but sometimes homework and practice doesn’t allow for 8. Make sure you take care of your body so you can be at peak performance always.
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