Webinar: Dave Scott's RACE AGAINST AGE: 5 Practical Nutrition Practices to Go Faster, Look Better & Live Healthier
Topic: Dave Scott's RACE AGAINST AGE: 5 Practical Nutrition Practices to Go Faster, Look Better & Live Healthier
Nutrition is confusing: Should I eat simple carbohydrates or not? When is the best time to eat protein? Is fat good for me? How do I avoid putting on extra pounds over the holidays? So many questions!
This webinar will focus on 5 nutrition best practices that you (or your athletes if you're a coach) should incorporate into your daily eating routine. Presenters will share research-backed nutrition recommendations and provide lists, tools and templates that you can use to improve your daily nutrition.
The 5 nutrition areas addressed:
- Judicious use of simple sugars,
- Importance of protein,
- Choosing healthy fats,
- Food timing and
- Self accountability
Why attend this webinar? As a coach, you'll gain knowledge, resources and tools that you can use with your athletes. As an athlete, you'll learn nutrition best practices that you can implement today.
Dave Scott is one of the most recognized athletes and coaches in the sport of triathlon. He won his first Hawaii Ironman in 1980 and went on to win again five more times. He is a six-time Ironman World Champion and the first inductee into the Ironman Hall of Fame.
Dave currently devotes his time educating and inspiring athletes of all abilities and ages, leading sport camps, clinics and races across the country and running his own training group in Boulder, Colorado. He has been the head coach for Team In Training since 1999 and runs Dave Scott, Inc. which offers fitness and nutrition consultations, innovative strength and flexibility e-program exercises, multi-media sport analysis and training tips, and more.
David Glover is currently a USA Triathlon (Level I) and USA Cycling certified coach, a certified strength and conditioning specialist and the Author of Full Time & Sub-Nine: Fitting Iron Distance Training into Everyday Life. A graduate from the U.S. Naval Academy, he has a formal education in exercise physiology and sports psychology and real world experience from competing in more than 100 triathlons – including 28 Ironman distance races.
Event Type: National
Entry Fee: $24.99 for USAT Members and Race Directors; $39.99 for Non-Members
Event Date: Dec. 4, 2012
Start Time: 4:00 PM MST
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