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Sports Nutrition Objectives week 12

Sports Nutrition Objectives week 12 - 7 Describe minerals...

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HNF 150 Learning Objectives FOLDER: Sports Nutrition CHECKLIST Learning Objectives 1. Be able to identify recommendations for athletic performance for carbohydrate, and protein and state how recommendations for power and endurance athletes differ from the Dietary Guidelines and from each other? 2. Describe the three energy systems, fuel source and duration available for various types of physical activity): ATP-PC, anaerobic and aerobic energy systems. 3. State the key source of energy for athletes and describe the differences between muscle glycogen and liver glycogen for fuel. 4. State the best fuel sources in terms of macronutrients for an athlete to perform his or her best and state the reason why. 5. Select from a list of choices the length of time an athlete would need to “reload” their glycogen stores to maximal levels if their glycogen had been depleted (e.g. following a long workout or race)? 6. State three reasons why dehydration leads to a reduction in performance?
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Unformatted text preview: 7. Describe minerals: iron, calcium, vitamins C and E, thiamin, and their exercise related functions. 8. Match physical activities (walking, swimming weight training, etc.) with the type of fitness each develops. Terms/Concepts: Given the terms/concepts, be able to provide the definition of the term according to the readings and lecture notes. Given a definition of the term/concept and/or an example, be able to state the term. a. Aerobic physical activity b. Anaerobic physical activity c. Resistance exercise d. Moderate versus vigorous intensity physical activity e. Flexibility f. Muscle strength g. Muscle endurance h. Cardio-respiratory endurance i. Fatigue j. Overload k. Hypertrophy l. Atrophy m. Cardiac output n. Stroke volume o. Carbohydrate loading p. muscle glycogen q. liver glycogen r. lactic acid/lactate s. heat stroke t. hypothermia u. hyponatremia Reading • Chapter 10: Nutrition and Physical Activity...
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