Sports Nutrition for Athletes and Fitness Enthusiasts, Learn all about sports nutrition with 7 hours of online video content and start training SMARTER instead of HARDER.
The fact that you have tuned in, means that somehow you came to realize that it might be a good idea to learn more about sports nutrition. And I can only confirm those thoughts.
Because, many people who are actively involved in exercise and sports are unaware of the powerful synergistic effect of exercise and nutrition. They invest time and money in learning all about running stride techniques, High Intensity Interval Training and optimum exercise repeats by hiring coaches, joining gym classes, downloading apps and following online teachers on Youtube.
But, they totally forget about nutrition. Just a small number of athletes and fitness enthusiasts are aware that by managing nutrition they will largely enhance the outcome of their exercise efforts.
With the course ‘Sports Nutrition for Athletes and Fitness Enthusiasts” we are aiming at filling the knowledge gap! By providing comprehensive information about sports nutrition we will help you improve your exercise outcomes considerably!
The course is built around the simple concept of the Sports Nutrition Pyramid and teaches you all you need to know about sports nutrition from the basic macronutrients, micronutrients and fluids to sport specific nutrition and supplements.
Do YOU want to continue wasting much of your exercise efforts? And train harder instead of smarter? Do YOU want keep getting sub-optimal results out of you tough gym sessions? I don’t think so…..
So, sign up now and receive 7 hours of engaging digital sports nutrition learning so you will be able to adapt and fine-tune your diet and see your exercise performance improve without ever increasing training time.
Who this course is for:
- The course is for amateur -and professional athletes as well as fitness enthusiasts. Our goal is to help students get a better understanding of sports nutrition and use their acquired knowledge to augment the outcome of their exercise efforts and athletic performance.