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f) Following Sally’s case study information, write a referral letter to one of the Allied Health professional that you have identified in Part A Question 5. Give a brief explanation of what kind of training program you are going to develop for her and what kind of nutritional practices and principles For this task you can use the Referral Letter Template provided in Moodle. Make sure to attach the Referral Letter to this Workbook as assessment evidence VC003 College of Sports & Fitness – Assessment Cover Sheet 22-06-2017 International College of Capoeira Pty Ltd trading as ’College of Sports & Fitness’ ABN 90 125 114 730/ Registered Training Organisation 91345/ CRICOS Provider Code 03057C
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SISSSCO307 Provide nutrition information to athletes you are suggesting to follow PART C. Nutrition Quiz (16 marks) 1.) 1If you eat more Kj/Calories than you use you will lose weight? TRUE FALSE 2.) The Harris benedict equation calculates A. How much food you ate that day B. Metabolic rate (BMR) C. Metabolic rate (BMR) + energy expenditure 3.) Fat should never exceed 35% of total daily intake for adults. TRUE FALSE 4.) Fat is the fuel source mostly used during a one hour run TRUE FALSE 5.) Females burn more fat during a one hour run than men do TRUE FALSE 6.) Circle the correct protein requirements for sedentary men & women A. 1.4g – 1.7g/kg bodyweight / day B. 1.0g-1.2g/kg bodyweight/ day C. 0.8g – 1.0g/kg bodyweight/ day D. 1.6g/kg bodyweight/ day 7.) Circle the correct protein requirements for elite male endurance athlete A. 0.8g-1.0g/kg/bw B. 1.5g-1.7g/kg/bw C. 1.6g/kg/bw D. 1.2g/kg/bw 8.) Circle the answer which is NOT a cause of fatigue during competition events A. Gastrointestinal discomfort B. Duration and intensity of exercise C. Poor nutrition strategies D. Uncomfortable clothing 9.) Carbohydrate loading aims to increase the stored glycogen in the muscles. TRUE FALSE 10.) Circle the INCORRECT response. The benefits of carbohydrate loading are: VC003 College of Sports & Fitness – Assessment Cover Sheet 22-06-2017 International College of Capoeira Pty Ltd trading as ’College of Sports & Fitness’ ABN 90 125 114 730/ Registered Training Organisation 91345/ CRICOS Provider Code 03057C
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SISSSCO307 Provide nutrition information to athletes A. Delays the time to fatigue B. Increases muscle glycogen and therefore energy in the muscles C. Reduces your perceived rate of exhaustion D. Increasing muscle glycogen means you don’t need to work as hard 11.) Fruit juice is a good food to use for carbohydrate loading TRUE FALSE 12.) During an event athletes are recommended to consume: A. 30-60g per hour of CHO B. 50-80g per hour of CHO C. 12g per hour of FAT D. 20-25g per hour of CHO 13.) Foods containing fructose are not recommended during an event because: A. They don’t taste as nice B. Are harder to eat C. Are slower to digest and therefore can cause gastrointestinal discomfort 14.) Circle the primary factor that will delay the time to fatigue during a competition event.
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