If you fail to take care of your body through proper nutrition, your body will struggle to consistently perform at the level you require. The result is an increased chance of injury, increased recovery time between training and matches, and a failure to perform to the standard you desire and that is required for you to step up to the next level. A healthier body is a better body. You will have a stronger body inside and out, you will be more resilient to illness, have more energy, and be able to maintain a healthy weight.
Ever heard the expression you can't out-train a bad diet? Well it's absolutely true, to an extent...Ofcourse if you perform additional training you will experience some gains, but nowhere near to the extent to if you couple that hard training with optimal nutrition.
Optimal health is your number one priority, followed by optimal performance. The good news is that with optimal health comes optimal performance. #soccer#soccertraining#ball#food#sportfood#soccergame#npl@matchfit_conditioning
#NPLWQLD Rd7 | A gutsy defensive effort from the Women against a very good @brisbaneroarwomen NTC side on Friday night.
It finished 2-0 in Roar's favour but Captain Neesa Doyle was full of praise for her side post match. "I'm super proud of the work rate from every player. We showed a lot of heart that's for sure, against a brilliant side." Link to match report in bio. 📸 Helen Anderson