Sports Nutrition

You’re an athlete – so fuel like one. Whether you compete in team sports, endurance events, or just enjoy working out, you’ve got to take care of your body on the inside so you can perform better on the outside. Sports nutrition is different for every athlete and every sport but the basic principles are uniform. Regardless of your sport or activity, going into it well nourished and hydrated will give you an edge over the person who is not. Learn how to fuel before, during, and after you exercise so that you can perform to your maximum potential.

Individual Sports Nutrition Services

Sports nutrition services vary based on the desired goals of the athlete or team. The following covers many of the services available: 

 

 

  • Analysis of intake through the use of food records to determine average calorie consumption and identification of any nutrient deficiencies.
  • Determination of sport specific fueling before, during, and after training and competition.
  • Discussion of common sports-related problems such as muscle cramping, GI issues, sports anemia, and vitamin and mineral deficiencies.
  • Plans for weight management – weight loss, weight maintenance, and weight gain.
  • Fueling for maximum muscle recovery and growth.
  • Optimizing performance through improved eating habits.
  • Ensuring adequate nutrition for special diets such as vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free.
  • Proper fueling for endurance events such as marathons, ultras, and triathlons as well as tournaments and competitions.
  • Managing disordered eating and eating disorder recovery in athletes.
  • Sweat rate calculation to determine fluid needs.
  • Body composition analysis using skin calipers to determine percent body fat.
If you want to take your performance to the next level, contact me via email or call me at 317-443-5059.
“…Because what you eat does affect how you compete”

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