John Ivy

The Science of Fueling for Performance

The Science of Fueling for Performance

 

As a sports dietitian, I rely on the research of exercise physiologists and sports scientists who study the best ways for competitive athletes to fuel their bodies to optimize their performance. John Ivy PhD, Professor Emeritus at the University of Texas–Austin and author of Nutrient Timing, is one such researcher. Here are some of his insights. Continue Reading

 Upcoming Sports Nutrition Workshops – 2017

 Upcoming Sports Nutrition Workshops – 2017

I have planned no more workshops for this year. If you are interested in organizing a workshop and having me as the speaker, I’d be glad to continue that conversation. If you want to learn more about sports nutrition, your best bet is to enjoy the online workshop. Please see www.NutritionSportsExerciseCEUs.com to register. 

A little bit of information about why you might want to do the online workshop:

It’s a convenient way to boost your sports nutrition confidence so you can effectively build a winning sports diet for yourself and/or your clients!

Here’s your chance to update your knowledge of sports nutrition and exercise physiology, while enjoying an information-packed 10 hours of education with two internationally respected professionals:

  • Sports nutritionist Nancy Clark MS, RD, CSSD
  • Exercise physiologist John Ivy PhD

This practical workshop on NUTRITION for SPORTS, EXERCISE & WEIGHT MANAGEMENT: What Really Works and Why

  1. addresses the food and training questions and concerns of avid exercisers and competitive athletes.
  1. Offers a sports nutrition update for dietitians, coaches, personal trainers, fitness leaders, health educators and sports medicine professionals who work with active people. The workshop is also popular with athletes/serious exercisers themselves.

If it’s time to give yourself the gift of education and learn practical tips on how to effectively fuel and train for sports, exercise, and weight management, sign up today!

 

For more information and to register:   www.NutritionSportsExerciseCEUs.com

E-mail:   nclarkrd@rcn.com

10 hours of continuing education credits for ACE, ACSM, AND, NSCA, NASM and 9 hours for CHES.

Upcoming Sports Nutrition Workshops

Is it time to give yourself the gift of education? Not just another webinar, but a live workshop, where you can meet people, network, and enjoy meaningful conversations with the leaders?

Exercise physiologist John Ivy and I are looking forward to our upcoming live sports nutrition workshops in Washington DC-area, Norfolk, Virginia, and Raleigh, North Carolina. We hope you can come and have a good time with us!

Jan 29-30, 2016 Raleigh, NC
North Caroline State Univ: Vaughan Towers (football stadium) 4700 Trinity Road, Gate C, Raleigh NC 27607
Hosted by: North Carolina State Sports Nutrition

Feb 5-6, 2016 Arlington, VA (DC-area)
Marymount University: Reinsch Auditorium, 2807 North Glebe Rd, Arlington VA 22207
Hosted by: Marymount Univ. Malek School of Health Professions

Feb 26-27, 2016 Norfolk, VA
Norfolk State University Student Activities Building Room 149, 700 Park Ave, Norfolk, VA 23504
Hosted by: Norfolk State Univ. Dept of Health, Physical Education and Exercise Science

For more information: www.NutritionSportsExerciseCEUs.com

Both John Ivy and I are committed to make sure you get from this workshop what you want. You’ll leave with practical tips you can put right into use. We welcome health professionals who need CEUs, as well as athletes themselves. This blend make the workshop special. We get great reviews!

Upcoming Workshops on Nutrition for Sports, Exercise & Weight Management

NUTRITION for SPORTS, EXERCISE & WEIGHT MANAGEMENT: What Really Works and Why

At this information-filled, 1.5 day workshop, you will enjoy the opportunity to:

–boost your sports nutrition confidence when counseling active clients.

–network with your peers.

–learn from two internationally respected professionals. Continue Reading

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