1 Page Fact Sheets

Eating for Recovery – One Page Fact Sheet

  • Goals of Recovery Nutrition
  • Rehydration Fluids
  • Recovery Snack Ideas
  • Recovery Meal Ideas
  • Tips to Take With You

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Eating on the Road – One Page Fact Sheet

  • Goals for Eating on the Road
  • Fast Food Ideas
  • Travel Pack Ideas
  • Tips to Take With You

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Hydration – One Page Fact Sheet

  • Goals of Hydration
  • Fluids Surrounding Performing
  • Tips to Take With You

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Gluten Sensitivity – One Page Fact Sheet

  • Nutrition Goals for Performing Artists with Gluten Sensitivity
  • Performance Foods for Gluten-Free Diets
  • Tips to Take With You

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Alcohol and Performance – One Page Fact Sheet

  • Nutrition Goals
  • Challenges
  • Tips to Take With You

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Gaining Weight – One Page Fact Sheet

  • Nutrition Goals for Gaining Weight
  • Snack Ideas to Fuel Muscle Growth
  • Tips to Take With You

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Preventing Overuse Injuries in Instrumentalists (AOSSM) – One Page Fact Sheet

There are basically two types of injuries: acute and overuse. Acute injuries are usually the result of a single, traumatic event. Overuse injuries, on the other hand, occur to tendons, muscles, joints, and other tissues as a result of repetitive activity that creates small amounts of trauma over time. Common examples include carpal tunnel syndrome, wrist tenosynovitis, and muscle/fascia pain syndrome. Instrumentalists often sustain overuse injuries in the hand, wrist, and arm muscles and tendons, as well as weakness and spasms in the arm, shoulder, and upper back muscles.

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Preventing Dance Injuries (AOSSM) – One Page Fact Sheet

For many people dance may not spring to mind when thinking about sports, but the physical demands placed on the bodies of dancers have been shown to make them just as susceptible as football players to injury. In particular, most professional dancers began dancing at the age of five or six, the repetitive practice of movements that require extreme flexibility, strength, and endurance make them prime candidates for overuse injuries.

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