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Nutrition Periodization Online CE Course

Nutrition Periodization Online CE Course

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$101.95 CAD

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    Online Course

    Course components are delivered online and include a continuing education exam.

    Eat to train! Learn the importance of planning nutrition to support energy needs and achieve performance goals. Nutrition Periodization Online CE Course offers specific nutrition recommendations and case studies to illustrate the use of nutrition periodization principles in each training cycle to elicit positive physiological responses. It also discusses nutrition as it relates to overtraining, depression of the immune system, glycemic response, inflammation, and the use of supplements. Nutrition periodization can be used easily with recreational as well as elite athletes.

    Course Objectives
    • Define and explain the concept of nutrition periodization.
    • Explain physical periodization and its specific cycles.
    • Apply nutrition periodization to each of the three physical training cycles.
    • Describe overtraining and its signs and symptoms.
    • Describe energy composition of the three macronutrients.
    • Make quantitative and qualitative recommendations on nutrition periodization for each training cycle.
    • Explain how to combine foods to promote a stable blood sugar response.
    • Discuss which nutrients to consume before, during, and after exercise.
    • Understand the components of the energy balance equation.
    • Describe the stages of change model of behavior change.
    • Discuss the safety, legality, efficacy, and contamination issues of nutrition supplements.
    • Describe the principles of dehydration, hyponatremia, depression of the immune system, glycemic response, and inflammation.

    Audience

    A continuing education course for nutritionists, dietitians, personal trainers, strength and conditioning coaches, and other fitness and allied health professionals.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. A New Way of Thinking About Nutrition
    Eating to Train                                                     
    Case Studies
    Chapter 2. Physical Periodization Overview
    Preparatory Cycle                                               
    Competition Cycle                                              
    Transition Cycle                                      
    Overtraining and Injury                                       
    Recovery                                                  
    Case Studies Check-In 
    Chapter 3. Nutrition Periodization
    Macronutrients                                                    
    Micronutrients                                                     
    Periodization and Nutrition Planning                  
    Nutrition Periodization Specifics            
    Preparatory Cycle                                               
    Competition Cycle                                              
    Transition Cycle                                      
    Summary                                                  
    Case Studies Check-In  
    Chapter 4. Successful Weight Management
    Energy Balance Basics                                         
    Stages of Change Model                          
    Approaches to Weight Loss                                
    Case Studies Check-In    
    Chapter 5. Nutrition Supplementation
    Safety                                                                   
    Supplement Contamination                                 
    Legality                                                    
    Efficacy                                                    
    Supplement Categories                                        
    Case Studies Check-In   
    Chapter 6. Special Considerations
    Dehydration                                                         
    Hyponatremia                                                      
    Immune System Depression                                
    Glycemic Response                                             
    Inflammation                                                        
    Case Studies Check-In   

    About the Author

    Bob Seebohar, MS, RD, is a nationally known board-certified specialist in sport dietetics, a strength and conditioning specialist, and a USA Triathlon certified elite coach. He has served as the director of sport nutrition at the University of Florida and most recently was a sport dietitian for the U.S. Olympic Committee. He traveled to the 2008 Summer Olympics with the U.S. team and was the sport dietitian for the Olympic triathlon team. He currently owns his own business, Fuel4mance, which provides sport nutrition services to athletes of all ages and abilities.

    Seebohar was the sport dietitian and strength coach for Susan Williams, the 2004 Olympic triathlon bronze medalist. He was also the personal coach of Sarah Haskins, 2008 Olympian in triathlon, and was the personal coach of Jasmine Oeinck, 2009 national elite triathlon champion. He has an undergraduate degree in exercise and sport science, a master’s degree in health and exercise science, and a second master’s degree in food science and human nutrition.

    Practicing what he preaches, Seebohar is a competitive endurance athlete and has competed in hundreds of multisport races, most notably six Ironman races, the Boston Marathon, the Leadville 100-mile mountain bike race, and the Leadville 100-mile trail running race. In 2009, he completed the Leadman series in Leadville, which consisted of a marathon, 50-mile mountain bike race, 50-mile trail run, 100-mile mountain bike race, 10-kilometer run, and 100-mile trail run, performed over seven weeks.