Proper Nutrients Equals Peak Performance On & Off Field

We often look at premier players and other people that seem to have limitless energy with a sense of wonder. The way a LeBron James or a Patrick Mahomes is able to operate at peak performance over a season that stretches for months on end is nothing short of remarkable. One of the major reasons for this is that these players are in tune with what their bodies need, taking on just the right amounts of important nutrients to stay at their best.

We can learn a lot from these athletes in this regard. While we may not lead lives that depend on our athletic abilities and skills to earn a contract, we should all be looking to perform at the peak of our personal performance in our work and personal lives. Taking in proper nutrients on a daily basis is part of a much bigger overall picture to make sure that our lives are being led to their fullest.

There is literature all over the internet about which vitamins and nutrients are the most needed for performance and recovery. These are especially needed by people that are active in their lives, even if being active means church league softball or hiking as opposed to playing in the NBA Finals or fighting to take your team to the Super Bowl.

Optimal performance is also important in making decisions on a day to day basis. While the wear and tear of intense activity is going to cause levels of all nutrients in the body to drop faster than in those less active, everyone loses minerals through sweat and other aspects of daily living.

Think of this as an investment in your future. By making sure you are keeping your body balanced with calcium, iron, zinc, potassium, and more, your life will be happier in the long run. Standard improvements to health such as stronger bones and less tiredness in the mind and body will result in a better, and healthier, form of living.

The ability to retain important nutrients and minimize fatigue is particularly important. Nothing is worse as a fan than seeing your team fall apart in the fourth quarter because they are tired. There is a reason why Gatorade has become such a well-known business, such a big brand in American sport, and that is because it refuels players with the nutrients they need to mount a huge comeback or hold onto a lead late.

As a parent, an investor, a social athlete, a premier player or a common worker, that same principle applies to you. If you are dragging during the day at 4pm, it is more than likely because your body minerals aren’t in balance. Sure, a coffee is an easy fix, but by adding in more exercise and a better understanding of nutrition, it is amazing how quickly you feel like a newer, and younger, version of yourself.

Our Past Winners

2012 Premier Player of College Hockey
Jack Connolly, C, UM-Duluth Bulldogs

Jack Connolly &
Premier Players Representatives

2013 Premier Player of College Hockey
Drew LeBlanc, C, St. Cloud State Huskies

Drew Leblanc &
Premier Players Rep Rick Ballou

2014 Premier Player of College Hockey
CJ Motte, Goalie, Ferris State Bulldogs

2015 Premier Player of College Hockey
Daniel Ciampini, F, Union Dutchmen

2016 Premier Player of College Hockey
Thatcher Demko, G, Boston College Eagles

2017 Premier Player of College Hockey
Anders Bjork, F, Notre Dame Fighting Irish

2018 Premier Player of College Hockey
Ryan Donato, F, Harvard Crimson

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