Anne Schröder is an essential part of the Bundesliga team from Club an der Alster as well as the German national field hockey team. As a true midfield motor, she is directly involved in the playing success of her team and covers many kilometers in every game. So it's not surprising when the battery is empty after a long day or an intense game. That makes it all the more important to help with regeneration.

Regeneration is key

In the current competition season, many competitive athletes face an enormous workload. This is also the case for field hockey players. In addition to club training and Bundesliga games, there are also training sessions with the national team and international matches. So it would not be surprising if the body suffers from overtiredness. To counteract this, it is particularly important to give the body the nutrients it needs to be able to resume its previous performance the next day.

How can supplementation support the process?

Minerals are not without reason considered elementary building blocks for bone and joint health. The combination of minerals, amino acids and mitotropic substances, ensures a good cell supply. The MITOcare sports products focus on micronutrients that are particularly important for athletes.

"In your late 20s, you don't put away all the training and natio sessions as easily as you did when you were in your early 20s. However, since I've been taking MITOcare, I've noticed that my body recovers better and faster after training sessions, which makes me feel fitter again."

Anne Schröder

Anne’s sport history

2009

Since 2009 Anne played through the junior teams of the German Hockey Federation and in 2011 she won the 2nd place at the U18 European Championships with the U18 team.

2009
2013
2013

Debut in the German A-National Team

2015

Third place at the European Championship by beating Spain in the match for third place

2015
2016
2016

First participation in the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro
Winning the bronze medal

2018

Winning the world title in indoor field hockey at the World Indoor Hockey Championship in Berlin

2018
2021
2021

Second participation in the Olympic Games in Tokyo

2022

Winning the European Championship title at the European Indoor Hockey Championships in Hamburg

2022
2009
2009

Since 2009 Anne played through the junior teams of the German Hockey Federation and in 2011 she won the 2nd place at the U18 European Championships with the U18 team.

2013
2013

Debut in the German A-National Team

2015
2015

Third place at the European Championship by beating Spain in the match for third place

2016
2016

First participation in the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro
Winning the bronze medal

2018
2018

Winning the world title in indoor field hockey at the World Indoor Hockey Championship in Berlin

2021
2021

Second participation in the Olympic Games in Tokyo

2022
2022

Winning the European Championship title at the European Indoor Hockey Championships in Hamburg