Woolf, Kathleen
May 2008
Swimming World;May2008, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p30
The article discusses the importance of maintaining the body weight of athletes. It recommends that athletes should always have a high-carbohydrates diet during training and competition. It is believed that a diet focused on healthy dietary carbohydrates will always be the best for health, swimming feat and weight control. Tips for healthy weight control are also provided in the article.


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