Health Tips

There is a lot more to being a healthy athlete than just cutting down on carbs or drinking sports drinks.

To reach your peak performance level, you will need a planned, dedicated diet. It is all about working the right foods in the right amounts into your fitness plan.

Some helpful tips from us to you:

  • Make sure you have eaten well before you come to a practice session or to a full game. Eating a well-balanced meal 2–4 hours prior to a game ensures you will have enough energy to play at your best.
  • It is essential for speedy recovery to replace the carbohydrates you used up during exercise within 2 hours of completing that exercise session. Carbs are your friends not your enemy.
  • Watch out for dehydration. Make sure keep hydrated, especially in the summer. If you feel one of the following symptoms, stop and consult one of the on-site coaches or trainers for assistance: Thirst, Irritability, Headache, Weakness, Dizziness, Cramps, Nausea, and decreased performance level are all signs of dehydration.
  • Eating an energy bar or a banana during time-out periods will maintain your energy levels. Just make sure they are quality energy bars and not just those laden with sugar or syrup.

Latest News

January 2012: Launch of SportsVille website which will include all recent ph ....


February 2012: SportsVille in Collaboration with Never Too Late Academy (NTL) ....


February 2012: SportsVille in Collaboration with Advanced soccer academy(ASA) ....


May 2012: SportsVille Is Proud To Invite You To Join Its Multisport Summ ....



Summer Camps

read more

Social Media