Eat well to train well
Eating to fuel training and optimal recovery doesn’t just mean eating well immediately before or after training – it’s about eating well at every meal! The food we eat doesn’t just give us energy to train, it nourishes us and provides our body with the nutrients it needs to stay healthy and grow stronger.
Eating at competitions
The nutritional demands of a swim meet are quite different to a normal training day. You should carefully consider what and when you are eating in order to maximise your racing performance.
Eating on a rest day
The physical demands on your body change on a rest day, therefore your diet should change to reflect this. If you continue to eat as much on a rest day as you do on a training day or if you eat too little then you risk negatively impacting your body composition , recovery, adaptation and immune system.
Cereal bars will be a staple of most swimmers’ kit bags and kitchen cupboards. But what role do they play in a healthy and performance diet?
Performance Lifestyle Introduction
A performance lifestyle is leading a life where you have the ability and skills to manage your own individual environment effectively to ensure that your swimming and non - swimming lives compliment each other to benefit you and your performance .
The Swimming Parent
The ‘ideal’ swimming parent...
Top Tips for Parents
How to help young swimmers develop and be successful in and out of the pool.
Positive Parenting Tips
Growth and Development
Provides information and comparison between different phases of swimming development and gender.
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Top 30 Foods
Thirty foods that are a good source of carbohydrates and vitamins which may help form a balanced healthy diet for athletes.