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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 Cultural difference: Religion 1. it may impact the kind of food that person ingest, in some religions some kind of food it isn’t allowed to be eaten 2. Time to have meals can vary to religion to religion and some can skip breakfast or dinner duo to religious beliefs 3. Long time without eating as well it is a problem to prepare a diet to a client 7. Create a contact list of five allied health professionals (e.g. Accredited Practising Dietitians, Accredited Sports Dieticians, nutritionists, psychologists and General Practitioners) who are in your local area that you could refer your clients to. Type of Practitioner Practitioner name Business name and website Contact details (email/phone) Physiotherapist Matt Bounce Rehab (02) 9571 7606 Nutritionist Jennifer Sydney city Nutritionist 1300 366 342 Chiropractor Euan Gentle Chiropractor (02) 9264 5885 Sports Dieticians Sarah Sarah Dacres-Mannings & Dynamic Dietitians (02) 9232 5455 General Practitioners Any dr. available Macquarie Street Medical Practice (02) 9238 0800 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 8. List three ways you can role model healthy eating behaviours and attitudes in your personal practice. Eating healthy myself, instead of just tell people what to do and showing in person benefits of eating in a health way. In talking about kids, a good way to impress kids It’s cooking together with them and showing the value of every food. Try to avoid restricting foods or labeling them "good" or "bad" as doing so may actually increase your child's desire for these foods when you're not there to restrict them. A study found that when mothers restricted certain foods, their children (especially daughters) tended to overeat those foods when given a chance. PART B CASE STUDY (19 marks) Sally is a 25-year-old who has come to you for some personal training sessions in order to lose weight and increase her general fitness level . Since leaving home two years ago she has put on 10kg. Working full time in a childcare centre and living out of home means she doesn’t have the time or energy to make home cooked meals so she often gets takeaway. Sally’s information: Height: 1.60m Weight: 72 kg Resting HR: 75 Resting Blood Pressure: 135/85 Waist circumference: 80cm Sally does not have breakfast as she feels that there is no point in eating if she’s not hungry of a morning; however, she will grab a coffee on her way to work. Lunch might be sushi or a chicken and salad sandwich and dinners are takeaway meals. She tries to drink water but sometimes gets a can of coke with dinner. She hasn’t exercised in over a year and is feeling she lacks energy, motivation and happiness within herself.
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