Health Package: Ahead of the Game

Striking The Right Balance When It Comes To Fitness And Nutrition Can Help You Excel On And Off The Ice

You take power skating lessons to perfect your stride. You spend hours in the driveway shooting pucks to improve the speed and accuracy of your shot. You play countless small area games to bolster your hockey sense. But what are you doing to make sure your body can perform at peak levels?

Training does not end when you leave the rink. In fact, it’s only the beginning. Making sure you’re developing your body through proper diet, exercise and rest are important regardless of what sport you play.

Just like the practice you put in on the ice, what you put into your body is what you’ll get out.

 

Issue: 
2016-08

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