It�s generally accepted that the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA)�-the standard nutritionists use to assess adequacy of a diet�-for protein is too low for athletes.
The Athlete's Guide to Making Weight eBook
Nutrition experts weigh in on water weight
Practical Sports Nutrition eBook
A table of the crucial aspects of a properly designed and executed study of supplements and aids.
Fundamentals of Sport and Exercise Nutrition
Athletes are likely to get the minerals they need if they do two things: eat enough calories and eat a variety of healthful foods.
Nutrient Timing for Peak Performance
There are several benefits of nutrient timing. These involve maximizing your body�s response to exercise and use of nutrients.
Nutrient Timing for Peak Performance eBook
How much protein do we need?
Several lines of scientific evidence provide the basis for timing nutrient ingestion.
NSCA�s Guide to Sport and Exercise Nutrition
Within the past few years, beta-alanine has appeared on the sport nutrition market.
Why would anyone expect the symptom of thirst to be present in collapsed runners? Thirst is such a powerful urge that any thirsty marathon runner suffering from dehydration during a race will simply stop at the next refreshment station and drink until her thirst is slaked. Simple.
The Athlete's Guide to Sports Supplements eBook
The supplement entries use the symbols listed in the following table to easily identify the supplements that have been proven to be beneficial or possibly beneficial for the corresponding performance variables.