Lecture 20 - Sports Nutrition1

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Lecture 20: Sports Nutrition Recommended Readings: From Thompson et al, The Science of  Nutrition, parts of Chapter 14.
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Lecture Outline Defining physical activity and fitness Benefits of physical activity What constitutes a sound fitness program Fuel for physical activity Other nutritional considerations during and  after exercise Summary 3
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Definitions Physical activity  : any muscle movement that  increases energy expenditure Leisure time  physical activity: any activity  unrelated to a person’s occupation Recreational  – hiking, walking, biking Competitive sports   Exercise  – purposeful, planned, structured physical  activity 3
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More Definitions Physical fitness: The ability to carry out daily  tasks with alertness and vigor, without undue  fatigue, and with enough energy reserve to  meet emergencies or to enjoy leisure time.  Physical fitness includes Cardiorespiratory fitness Musculoskeletal fitness Flexibility 4
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Lecture Outline Defining physical activity and fitness Benefits of physical activity What constitutes a sound fitness program Fuel for physical activity Other nutritional considerations during and  after exercise Summary 5
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Benefits of Regular Physical Activity Benefits of Regular Physical Activity Reduces risk of heart disease, stroke, high  blood pressure Enhances insulin action Strengthens bone Maintains/builds lean muscle tissue Improves sleep pattern  Improves immune function 6
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Metabolic Effects of Aerobic Exercise Metabolic Effects of Aerobic Exercise Improved insulin-mediated glucose use Reduced blood Triglyceride levels Higher HDL levels Lower resting heart rate (pulse) Higher ratio lean body : fat mass Reduced visceral fat mass 7
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Yet, most adults get either no physical activity, or too little Despite the clear  benefits of regular  physical activity… 8
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Lecture Outline Defining physical activity and fitness Benefits of physical activity What constitutes a sound fitness program Fuel for physical activity Other nutritional considerations during and  after exercise Summary 9
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Sound Fitness Program A sound physical fitness program Meets your personal goals Is fun Includes variety and consistency Appropriately overloads the body Includes a warm-up and cool-down period 10
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