You have reached the United States portal for Human Kinetics, if you wish to continue press here, else please proceed to the HK site for your region by selecting here.


Please note if you purchase from the HK-USA site, currencies are converted at current exchange rates and you may incur higher international shipping rates.

Purchase Digital Products

If you are looking to purchase an eBook, online video, or online courses please press continue

Purchase Print Products

Human Kinetics print books are now distributed by Footprint Books throughout Australia/NZ, delivered to you from their NSW warehouse. Please visit Footprint Books to order your Human Kinetics print books.

Diet, Exercise and Fitness Online CE Course-8th Edition

Diet, Exercise and Fitness Online CE Course-8th Edition

Author:

Available

$129.00 USD

Available As



    Online Course

    Course components are delivered online and include a continuing education exam.

    Diet, Exercise, and Fitness Online CE Course focuses on the International Olympic Committee recommendations and timing guidelines for carbohydrate and protein intake and how that intake is related to endurance training and performance. It includes research on caffeine as a performance enhancer and precautions about antioxidant supplements, and it explains why athletes’ and non-athletes’ protein requirements are different. It also discusses how intensity, duration, and fitness level influence the type of fuel used by the muscles for energy.

    Course Objectives
    • Plan the following for an athlete: a pre-exercise meal, a training diet, a carbohydrate-loading diet, and intake during and after competition.
    • Discuss the benefits of fat utilization during exercise and the pros and cons of a fat-loading diet.
    • List three reasons why amino acid supplements are not necessary for increasing performance.
    • Choose an appropriate fluid replacement to prevent dehydration and maximize performance.
    • Discuss the problems associated with the common practice of making weight.
    • Explain the role of exercise in weight control, in regard to body composition, energy metabolism, and eating disorders.
    • Explain which ergogenic aids are beneficial and which are worthless.
    • Discuss some nutrition assessment techniques that constitute quackery.
    • List nutrition guidelines to ensure adequate nutrition intake for exercising pregnant women.
    Design a training diet that meets the calorie, carbohydrate, protein, and fat requirements of an athlete based on age, sex, weight, height, training goals, and sport.

    Audience

    A continuing education course for nutritionists, dietitians, personal trainers, and other health and fitness professionals.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Nutrients and Exercise                                        
    Chapter 2. Energy Systems for Exercise                                          
    Chapter 3. Carbohydrates and Performance                                    
    Chapter 4. Fueling Before, During, and After Exercise                    
    Chapter 5. Fat and Exercise Performance                                         
    Chapter 6. Protein and Exercise Performance                                  
    Chapter 7. Vitamins and Minerals                                                   
    Chapter 8. Hydration                                                                       
    Chapter 9. Body Composition and Weight Control                                    
    Chapter 10. Harmful Weight Loss Techniques                                
    Chapter 11. Popular Sports Supplements
    Chapter 12. Nutritional Concerns of Active Women

    About the Author

    Ellen Coleman, MA, MPH, RD, CSSD, is recognized for her clinical, academic, and publishing experience. A graduate of the California Polytechnic State University (BS in dietetics, with honors), Loma Linda University (MPH in nutrition), and the University of California at Davis (MA in exercise physiology), she has taught nutrition courses at numerous universities in Southern California and published scores of articles in popular and professional journals. Her book Eating for Endurance (Bull Publishing) has won wide acclaim, and she is sought for media interviews and speaking engagements before lay and professional groups.

    A nutrition consultant for the Sport Clinic in Riverside, California, Coleman is a certified specialist in sports dietetics. She has competed in running and cycling events and finished the Hawaii Ironman Triathlon twice. A member of the American College of Sports Medicine, she is past chair of the Sports, Cardiovascular, and Wellness Practice Group of the American Dietetic Association (SCAN) and received the 1994 SCAN Achievement Award.

    Reviews

    “I will inform my clients of the dos and don’ts of proper exercising, dieting, and nutrition that I learned from this online course. I've gained a better understanding of fitness, diet, nutrition, exercise training, and recovery.”

    E. Dietrich—Miami, FL

    “This course has increased my knowledge of how to supplement my clients’ caloric needs and how beneficial proper nutrition really is.”

    C. Davis—Glendale, AZ