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Children and adolescents should be active in sports as much and often as possible. If permitted by the federal government and the states/cantons, this can take place now or, depending on the state, in the near future. Strict adherence to hygiene and distance rules and staying away from sport in the case of SARS-CoV-2 typical symptoms can minimize the emergence of sources of infection and the transmission of the coronavirus.
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The right balance between stress and recovery is important to improve an athlete’s performance (e.g., super compensation) and prevent overtraining and injuries. Although there are a number of objective (e.g., physiological or biochemical) indicators for the stress-recovery balance, they are outperformed by subjective indicators (i.e., self-reports on strain and recovery).
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Summary: Muscle damage as well as recurrent and serious infections especially to the end of the playing period in team sport or to the end of preparation for competition in endurance or single sport are the most common symptoms in elite sport demolishing optimal training results. Are VitaminD deficiency responsible for these symptoms in elite sport.
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