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Join USAT and Bob Seebohar for a Webinar on Nutrition Periodization
Athletes and coaches, nationally known sport dietitian Bob Seebohar, MS, RD, CSSD, CSCS is kicking off the 2009 training season with his first webinar, Nutrition Periodization for the Preparatory (base) cycle on Thursday, January 8 at 4 p.m. Mountain time.
The holidays are over and everyone has started to focus on getting back into training and getting ready for a stellar 2009 season. Bob will discuss how an athlete's nutrition program should look as the athlete enters this time of his or her training season. Weight and body fat loss also will be discussed.
Attendees will need to register for the webinar via ReadyTalk as well as submit payment information on Active.com by visiting this link. Please note: You will not be able to access the webinar unless you register for it on ReadyTalk AND pay at active.com.
Your registration into the webinar will not be confirmed until payment is received. Payment must be received by 2 p.m. Mountain time on Thursday, January 8.
Cost for the one-hour webinar is $24.99.
USAT certified coaches earn 1 CEU for attending the webinar.
You MUST follow both steps to register successfully.
About the Presenter
Bob Seebohar, formerly a Sport Dietitian for the U.S. Olympic Committee and the 2008 Olympic Triathlon Sport Dietitian is a USA Triathlon Certified Level III Elite Coach and owner of Fuel4mance, which provides sports nutrition services to endurance athletes. Bob 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. He is a trained exercise physiologist as well as a certified strength and conditioning coach. He 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 which provides professional coaching services to elite, age-group and youth athletes.
Bob served on the performance coaching team for Susan Williams, 2004 Olympic Triathlon Bronze medalist, and is the personal coach for Sarah Haskins Kortuem, 2008 Olympic Triathlete.
Practicing what he preaches, he is a competitive endurance athlete having completed numerous multisport races including six Ironman events, the Boston Marathon, the Leadville 100-mile mountain bike race and the Leadville 100-mile trail run.