The Sport Nutrition Network (SNN) has partnered with Dietitians of Canada (DC) to produce a course consisting of a series of videos focused on the fundamentals of exercise physiology, metabolism and training periodization from a sports nutrition perspective.
The primary goals of the course are to:
- Provide participants with a strong foundation and common language on exercise physiology basics such as energy, muscle physiology, energy systems and training theories;
- Showcase some basic methodologies / techniques used by exercise physiologists and researchers to measure muscle and whole body metabolism;
- Recognize the impact nutrition has on critical physiological regulatory points that may impact metabolism and athletic performance.
The content of this elearning course is applicable to the athletic population, and it is useful for dietetic and nutrition professionals, those aspiring to be nutrition professionals, or those looking to complement their scientific knowledge in sports nutrition topics of interest. The videos are presented by Dr. Trent Stellingwerff, PhD, Exercise Physiologist and Sports Nutritionist, currently working at the Canadian Sport Institute Pacific. Trent works closely with many DC sports dietitians.
There are a total of 12 learning modules, with each module containing one or more short videos. There is a total of 25 videos with a total watch time of 3.5 hours. A nutrition professional should be able to complete the course in 4-5-hours. An additional bonus webinar is provided on Periodized Nutrition, which is not included in the time estimate.
The video topics progress from foundational knowledge to more practice application. Included in the videos are some ‘soap box’ points with some break-out sessions for clinical reflections.
Your purchase entitles you to unlimited access to course materials for 90 days from the date of purchase. Extensions will not be granted.
Prices listed are available until 15 November 2019.
This course is available at a discount to SNN members. More detail can be found on the SNN website at https://networks.dietitians.ca/main.aspx?m=105685&o=24#/home.
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