Sports Nutrition focuses its studies on the type, as well as the quantity of fluids and food taken by an athlete. In addition, it deals with the consumption of nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, supplements and organic substances that include carbohydrates, proteins and fats.
- This course emphasizes especially in protein needs for maximum performance.
- You will learn about different sources of proteins and their role in sports.
- You will get familiar with the importance of nutrient timing.
Using cutting-edge research studies from leading sports science laboratories, Nutrient Timing shatters myths and misconceptions about how to provide optimum nutrition to working muscles. It shows that when the right combination of nutrients is delivered at the right time, one can activate his/her body's muscle machinery to increase muscle strength, improve endurance and increase lean muscle mass.
- You should be able to use a PC at a beginner level
- Understanding of sport nutrition and maximum performnace
- Understanding the basics of protein in foods and protein supplements
- Bonus lecture:How to lose weight and gain muscle — fast.
Panos is a well known Dietitian-Nutritionist with expertise in exercise and phytotherapy.
He is an active member of Cyprus dietetic and nutrition association (cydna).He holds Diplomas recognized by the International Federation of body building (IFBB) .Panos is a member of the ESPEN and CySPEN, (European Society of Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism).
He is the author of 4 nutrition books ( Nutrition IQ, 130+1 Q & A about nutrition,exercise and psychology) , Healthy cooking with your dietitian & Life is about moments.Panos is partner and coordinator of Cyprus institute of psychotherapy .He participates in several tv shows and magazines in Greece and Cyprus.
He have been working with sports teams (volley ball,soccer,MMA, Cross-fit) more than 5 years. He works in his private clinic in Cyprus and as a teacher in Cyprus institute of psychotherapy.
He is the co-founder of weight support groups with more than 3 000 participants.