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Webinar: Carbohydrate Unloading

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Topic: Carbohydrate Unloading

This webinar will provide the most up to date information as it relates to the past, present and future of carbohydrate use among endurance athletes. Included among the topics will be carbohydrate myths that we have been led to believe, research about higher fat, lower carbohydrate diets and their effects on health and performance, carbohydrate feedings and GI distress and strategies to carbohydrate unload the daily nutrition plan to allow for better health and optimal performance. A case study will also provide the quantitative differences between a typical endurance athlete's daily nutrition plan with a carbohydrate unloaded plan.

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Bob Seebohar

Bob Seebohar is a USAT Level III and Youth and Junior Certified Coach and the owner of Fuel4mance, which provides sports nutrition services to endurance athletes. He has an undergraduate degree in Exercise and Sports Science and two graduate degrees: one in Health and Exercise Science and the other in Food Science and Human Nutrition. Formerly a Sport Dietitian for the U.S. Olympic Committee and the 2008 Olympic Triathlon Sport Dietitian, Bob currently serves as the consulting sport dietitian and head strength coach for the USA Triathlon National Team as well as co-owner of Elite Multisport Coaching. 

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Event Type: National
Entry Fee: $24.99 for USAT Members and Race Directors; $39.99 for Non-Members

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