Human Performance Project

  • 8-10 hours of sleep per night is needed to repair muscles for athletes and most effectively retain information
  • Have a routine: go to sleep & wake up at the same time every day
  • Check out the HPP Mood and Mindset Guide!
  • Choose lean meats, fish, and poultry, colorful fruits and vegetables, and low- or non-fat dairy products
  • Drink plenty of water throughout the day
  • Read more about nutrition!
  • Looking at a screen before sleeping can interrupt your sleep cycle. Turn off electronics 90 minutes before bedtime and use screens in a room with the lights on to help disperse blue light.
  • Monitor your teens use of screens including having them charge their electronics in your room or a room they do not sleep in.
  • Read more about sleep!


  • High school athletes lose between 15% and 30% from their overall performance when they drink alcohol
  • One night of binge drinking (3 or more drinks in one sitting), can erase up to two weeks of training
  • Alcohol also makes you more susceptible to illness and can double your chances of getting injured



  • Has a substantial effect on your body’s ability to achieve sufficient sleep needed for brain and muscle regeneration
  • Slows down your reaction time
  • Reduces motivation


Creating a Culture of Excellence and Student Leadership

This is a program that gives staff and students the tools for accountability and positive change: to help students learn the academic side of human performance, practice and teach those integral leadership skills, and even serve the community and younger students.



Learn more about ILHPP here

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Questions? Contact Abbie Lee

 Prevention Specialist, Team Lead, [email protected]



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