A supplement is any product that delivers nutrients to the body in addition to those supplied by food. A balanced diet is sufficient for most people, but many athletes take supplements to improve their training results and athletic performance. Popular safe supplements include multivitamins to correct nutritional deficiencies and products containing protein, creatine or glutamine to increase muscle strength and size and to enhance performance. Learn about safe and effective supplements by following advice from today's top experts and nutritionists.
Latest in Sports Supplements
You're smart enough to know that there is no such thing as a nutritional magic bullet. You're well aware that no single food is going to make or break...
By: Brian Sabin
Limiting soreness is key to any successful training program. Whether you're in or off season, having fatigued broken down muscles can stop you from...
By: Jeremy Dupont
Caffeine is a legal performance enhancing drug, in fact, it's even on the WADA's monitoring program for possible in-competition abuse. Caffeine has been...
By: Erick Avila
"Who takes a multivitamin in pill form every day?" All-Pro tight end Rob Gronkowski, top-rated NFL receiver Antonio Brown, six-time Pro Bowl wide...
By: Chad Zimmerman
Latest Videos in Sports Supplements
Quarterback guru Steve Clarkson's annual two-day camp features some of the nation's best college signal-callers tutoring the next generation of QBs.
Some of the nation's top college QBs discuss their offseason improvements at Steve Clarkson's annual Quarterback Retreat.
Quarterback guru Steve Clarkson stresses the importance of good footwork, a message which has resonated with several of his high-profile students.
Top college QBs Josh Rosen, Tate Martell and Wilton Speight explain the camaraderie they feel at quarterback guru Steve Clarkson's annual QB Retreat.
Physical therapist Matt Stevens explains why and when athletes should get a sports massage.