The high intensity running and intermittent exertion required during a single 90-minute soccer game make soccer athletes extremely familiar with delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS). (See Strategies to Reduce Post-Workout Muscle Soreness.)
At the end of any game, a possible catabolic reaction and muscle fatigue are always causes for concern. Although there is no magic formula, healthy food is an active part of the recovery and regeneration process and the quickest way to avoid DOMS. When you recover fast, there's no excuse for not consistently training at 100 percent. For soccer athletes, following these 10 basic nutrition rules can make the difference between winning and losing.
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