Think about the life of a professional athlete, and you probably envision lots of hard training sessions, technical drills, and strength and conditioning workouts. But as important as training is, it only makes up a couple hours of an athlete’s day.
What’s at least as crucial is how players use the rest of their time to maximize their recovery and, by extension, their performance.A major component of recovery is how they’re fueling up to train and play.
That’s why it’s fitting that one of the first people players see when they get to practice in the morning is Gary Arteaga, who serves the two meals the club provides on training days.
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