Identify nutritional needs of various groups of exercisers
Understand and incorporate sport-specific nutrition guidelines in counseling methods
Encourage healthy eating behaviors referenced by science-specific nutrition recommendations
About this course:
In this course, students gain an in-depth understanding of the roles of carbohydrate, protein, and fat in the diets of very active people and learn what foods, fluids, and supplements support optimal training, performance, and recovery. Students also learn how to calculate energy needs, evaluate body composition, and tackle difficult weight and eating disorder issues. A review of the nutritional needs of athletes in endurance, strength, weight-class, and aesthetic sports also is included. Don't miss this chance to develop new professional relationships, receive feedback from an expert instructor, and demonstrate your knowledge. Dietitians, fitness instructors, athletic trainers, strength specialists, coaches, and sports enthusiasts can benefit from the unique opportunity to interact and share knowledge.
A basic course in human nutrition and exercise physiology.