February 2016
NZ Rugby World;Feb/Mar2016, Issue 178, p76
The article offers tips for young rugby football players for maintaining their health. It mentions that the importance of rest and recovery for the hard work and muscles needs time to rebuild, to keep the protein intake higher in the diet and to eat fresh fruit and vegetables. It also mentions that not to stretch both before and after training, to be not rely on processed foods and not to train through injuries.


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