Home Boys' Lists Girls' Lists Men's Teams Women's Teams News Photos Contributors Links Help Sign-UpOnline Store
Latest News | Categories | Authors | News Archives
 
 

News & Features

Junior Nutrition
Does Glucosamine Really Work?

As we have been discussing sports nutrition for the junior tennis player, we have talked about basic sports nutrition, omega 3 fatty acids, carotenoids and the importance of whole grains. In this article, we are going to discuss something that all junior tennis players face - osteoarthritis, and the answer, glucosamine!

Osteoarthritis is a wear and tear disease that robs cartilage from joints. Known as a universal disease, osteoarthritis is a risk to everyone, and especially the active junior tennis player. In fact, the US and other governments and institutions around the world have proclaimed the first decade of the 21st century the "bone and joint decade" in an effort to raise awareness to this dilemma.

This Article Is Available Only to Recruiting Advantage members
 
Please log in to access premium TennisRecruiting.net content.
LOG IN
User Name
 
Password
 
 
Forget your password?
 
Register Now For Free!
NOT REGISTERED?
Register Now For Free!
  • Content Updated Daily
  • Complete Rank Lists
  • Exclusive Articles
  • Recruit Interviews
It's Quick, Easy, and Free!
 

 
BECOME A FAN
 
  Help build our following.
 
  Follow us on Facebook
 
RECENT COMMITMENTS
 ATP GEAR - SHOES
  Andy Roddick
 
BABOLAT Men's Propulse 4 All Court Tennis Shoes
Was: $119.95  Now: $69.95
Feedback, Video
 
  Sam Querrey
 
K-SWISS Men's Bigshot Tennis Shoes
Was: $125.00  Now: $89.00
Feedback
 
  Gilles Simon
 
adidas Men's CC Adizero Feather III Tennis Shoes
Was: $125.00  Now: $114.95
Feedback
 
  Roger Federer
 
NIKE Men's Zoom Vapor 9.5 Tour Tennis Shoes
Buy Now: $135.00
Review, Feedback, Video
 
 
 

Page updated on Sunday, November 23, 2014
Contact our web team with any corrections