Industry Presented Webinar: Nutritional Myths and Practices of the Elite Athlete: Implications for Active, Non-Elite Performance

Presented by: Dave Ellis (RD, CSCS) ACSM Moderator: Dr. Jamie Cooper (BS, MS)

SKU: ACSM-ENCWEB2

Description

Industry Presented Webinar: Nutritional Myths and Practices of the Elite Athlete: Implications for Active, Non-Elite Performance sponsored by ENC

Competitive athletes have come to understand the benefits of good nutrition to athletic performance. With the dramatic growth in the number of Sports RDs, and the increased number of teams in both the collegiate and professional ranks employing nutrition professionals, today’s athlete is much more versed on the importance of diet to success on the field than were athletes of a generation ago. This is not to say, however, that athletes don’t or can’t fall prey to exotic claims for nutritional products, diets, and supplements that promise enhanced performance, improved physique, or other physical benefits. Through scientific data and anecdotal information culled from real life examples of elite athletes’ dietary practices, this session will provide information on diets, foods, and supplements that have been proven to enhance physical performance, as well as nutritional practices of dubious efficacy. Information on how the non-elite, physically active person can use diet to their advantage will also be discussed.  

Viewpoints presented in this webinar reflect opinions of the presenter and ENC and do not reflect positions or policies of ACSM.

Available Course Credits

ACSM
2.00

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the key tenets of a high performance diet
  • Identify three examples of diets of known efficacy, and three dietary practices of dubious benefit
  • Better assess the veracity of claims made about sport nutrition products

Course Content

ACSM and ENC Present: Nutritional Myths and Practices of the Elite Athlete: Implications for Active, Non-Elite Performance
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