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Digital Seminar

Feed for Speed & Power: Evidence-Based Sports Nutrition


Faculty:
Jon Vredenburg
Duration:
5 Hours 57 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Copyright :
Jun 08, 2018
Product Code:
POS020245
Media Type:
Digital Seminar


Description

Athletes are inundated with nutrition information from various, and often unreliable, sources daily. This recording will equip you with practical and reliable information for providing appropriate nutritional guidance, as well as evidence-based strategies for properly developing muscle, reducing fat mass, and improving recovery time.

In this recording, Jon Vredenburg, a registered dietitian with more than 20 years’ experience working with professional athletes and active individuals, shares his knowledge of sports nutrition to help your clients attain their goals. You will sort fact from fiction as it relates to performance nutrition by reviewing the latest evidence regarding meal planning and dietary supplementation. Real-life case studies will be reviewed throughout the recording so you can understand on the same day how evidence-based guidelines are put into practice – includes information on special populations, such as vegetarians, gluten-free dieters, and diabetics. In addition, you walk away with a wide range of field-tested meal-planning strategies to help bridge any nutrition-related performance gaps that your clients may be experiencing. Get the knowledge you need to help your clients feed for power and speed!

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Faculty

Jon Vredenburg Related seminars and products: 1

MBA, RD, CDE, CSSD, LD/N, ACSM-HFS


Jon Vredenburg, MBA, RD, CDE, CSSD, LD/N, ACSM-HFS, is a Registered Dietitian with over 20 years of experience providing nutrition services to people in all walks of life. He consults for athletes, training facilities, fitness centers, and colleges throughout the state of Florida and has also served as a team dietitian in the National Football League and Arena Football League. In addition, Mr. Vredenburg manages nutrition and fitness programs for active adults in the north Florida area.

Mr. Vredenburg is a Board-Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics and a Certified Diabetes Educator. He is a contributing writer to many national publications, and has been featured on television and radio for his work with professional athletes. He is a certified Health Fitness Specialist through the American College of Sports Medicine and served on the Florida Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness. Mr. Vredenburg has been a featured speaker for countless professional and community organizations, discussing the importance of nutrition as it relates to health and human performance. Mr. Vredenburg’s command of the subject matter, vast experience, and sense of humor help him lead programs that are both informative and engaging.

Speaker Disclosures:

Financial: Jon Vredenburg receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.

Non-financial: Jon Vredenburg is a member of the American Association of Diabetes Educators; American College of Sports Medicine; the American Diabetes Association; and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.


Additional Info

Program Information

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Objectives

  1. Determine energy and nutrient requirements for athletes using the latest evidence
  2. Outline nutrition strategies for building muscle and reducing fat mass
  3. Formulate sport-specific meal planning approaches for all ages
  4. Outline key nutrients for injury recovery and rehabilitation
  5. Develop hydration guidelines for athletes and active adults
  6. Summarize the latest scientific evidence as it relates to the use of ergogenic aids
  7. Examine common sports nutrition practices in collegiate and professional settings
  8. Implement engaging nutrition education messages to support training
  9. Review sports nutrition concerns for special populations, including children, older adults, persons with diabetes, vegetarians, and those with gluten-sensitivity

Outline

SPORTS NUTRITION OVERVIEW

  • Macronutrient metabolism during physical activity: how food turns into fuel
  • Assessing nutritional status in athletes
  • How nutrition optimizes training adaptations
  • Redefining ‘healthy eating’ for athletes

FEED FOR SPEED AND POWER

  • Methods used to estimate calorie needs
  • Understanding the latest research on carbs and protein
  • A review of the macronutrient requirements for athletes:
    • power sports
    • endurance sports
    • high-intensity sports
  • Vitamins and minerals - analyzing the evidence on athletes’ requirements

PROPER HYDRATION

  • Fluid and electrolyte balance during physical activity
  • Developing appropriate protocols for health and performance
  • Managing hydration in extreme conditions
  • Sports drinks vs. water - how to decide which one to use

BUILDING MUSCLE WITH YOUR FORK

  • Body composition analysis methods and interpretation
  • Nutritional strategies for muscle development and body fat reduction
  • Is there an ‘ideal’ protein for building muscle?

MENU PLANNING: MAKING INFORMED CHOICES

  • What to eat for fueling productive workouts
  • Recovery nutrition guidelines
  • Is there really a ‘window’?
  • Practical meal-planning hints and strategies
  • The role of nutrition in injury recovery
  • Sport-specific evidence-based guidelines:
    • Including: baseball, basketball, football, running, soccer, and more
  • Eating well when away from home

DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS: THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE UGLY

  • An inside look at the industry
  • How to interpret available research and make an informed decision
  • Online resources for dietary supplement evaluation
  • How to decode a supplement label
  • Overview of popular sports nutrition supplements and review of the evidence:
    • Muscle building supplements
    • Endurance enhancing supplements
    • Weight management supplements

INTERVIEWS WITH THE EXPERTS: WHAT THEY’VE SEEN WORK

  • Mindy Black, MS,RD,CSSD,CPT,
  • Team Dietitian, Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Alicia Kendig, MS,RD,CSSD, Sport Dietitian, United States Olympic Committee
  • Katy Meassick, MA,RD,CSSD,LD/N,ATC, Team Dietitian, Cleveland Browns
  • Michele Macedonio, MS, RD, CSSD, LD, Team Dietitian, Cincinnati Reds

PLANNING FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS

  • Additional nutrition considerations for working with the following groups:
    • Persons with diabetes
    • Vegetarians
    • Gluten-sensitive
    • Older adults
    • Children
  • Recognizing the warning signs for eating disorders

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Working with coaches and support staff to improve nutrition habits
  • Athlete-tested and Dietitian-approved recipes
  • Dining-out guide for the calorie-conscious
  • Meal planning resources and shopping lists
  • Sports nutrition education methods and strategies
  • How to identify properly credentialed sports nutrition practitioners

CASE STUDIES: PUTTING THE GUIDELINES TO WORK

  • High school football player that wants to ‘bulk up’
  • College soccer player dealing with body image issues
  • Endurance athlete that has ‘hit the wall’
  • Basketball team manager needing meal guidance for the road
  • Professional football player navigating the dietary supplement aisle

Target Audience

  • Athletic Trainers
  • Physical Therapists
  • Physical Therapist Assistants
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Occupational Therapy Assistants
  • Dietitians/Nutritionists
  • Personal Trainers
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists
  • Health and Fitness Specialists
  • Exercise Physiologists
  • Educators/Coaches

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