Playing summer sports is a little more intensive than other seasonal sports when it comes to combating the heat. The summer sun has a way of depleting us of energy and leaving us dehydrated. To make sure your athletes are healthy and prepared for each game day, make sure you feed and hydrate them with the proper essentials.
By mid-May it’s a wonder that students, and teachers, still have any energy for school. Sitting in the classroom, knowing the sun is out and vacation is only a couple of weeks away just makes kids anxious and antsy. If you’ve noticed the summer shift in your kids, we’ve got some tips to help them regain their focus for the end of school.
We love celebrating the Olympics big in our home. Not only do we host our own opening ceremony, but we come together every night to watch the different events and cheer on Team USA. But one thing that always ruins a good night is having to prepare a meal and being taken away from the rest of the family. So I found some soup recipes that are easy to make and make my life easier!
When you’re an athlete, you burn through calories ridiculously fast. And that means that you need to be replenished with healthy, hearty meals after a big game. To help you get the best nutrients out of your post-game or post-workout, here are some meal ideas to keep you strong!