Sports Supplements offers descriptions, recommended dosage, benefits, and potential health concerns for 49 different supplements. This iPhone-, iPad-, and iPod Touch-compatible app provides supplement recommendations for more than 15 sports & activities. Purchase from your mobile device by clicking on the iTunes button to the right.
Tap into the most current information about the most useful, widely available supplements that can help with muscle strength, endurance, mental function, hydration health, athletic recovery, or overall heath. The Sports Supplements app provides detailed descriptions of 9 vitamins and minerals, 10 proteins and amino acids, 9 carbohydrates and fatty acids, and 21 different herbs and botanicals. The information provided about supplements complies with NCAA and WDA regulations.
For each supplement you’ll find a description of what it is, how it works, the performance benefit(s), recommended dose, and any potential health concerns. The handy Quick Find function lets you choose from, or combine, 11 performance variables such as Fuel Usage and Strength & Power to generate a list of useful supplements.
Professional supplement recommendations for over 15 specific sports and activities, including endurance sports, basketball, bodybuilding, skating, mixed martial arts & wrestling, racquet sports, and track & field, make Sports Supplements the iPhone-, iPod touch-, and iPad-compatible app that trainers and athletes will use over and over again to enhance athletic performance.
Vitamins and Minerals
Protein and Amino Acids
Carbohydrate and Fatty Acids
Herbals and Botanicals
Strength & Power
Strength & Power Endurance
Baseball and Softball
Football and Rugby
MMA and Wrestling
Track and Field
Kimberly Mueller, MS, RD, CSSD is a registered dietitian and board-certified specialist in sport dietetics with immense experience working with athletes competing within the endurance and team-sport arena. She grew up competing in club-level soccer before focusing her attention on the sport of running as a Division I collegiate cross-country and track-and-field athlete. She has also earned accolades as an All-American Triathlete, as well as an elite runner chasing after the Olympic trials standard for the marathon. Kim enjoys using her own practical sport experiences and knowledge of nutrition science to help fellow athletes achieve optimal health and peak fitness performance via creation of custom menu plans and personalized nutrition coaching with her company, Fuel Factor (www.Fuel-Factor.com). Kim’s passion for customized nutrition also led her to help develop and launch Infinit Nutrition (www.infinitnutrition.com), a company that custom-blends functional ingredients to address the performance and health goals of recreational and professional athletes, including those competing in such prestigious events as Tour de France and Formula 500. She is well known for her nutrition clinics and as a contributor to books such as The Performance Zone, The Woman Triathlete, Triathlon Revolution, Racing Weight, The New Rules of Marathon, and Half Marathon Nutrition. As a nutrition coach for Infinite Running (www.infiniterunning.org), Kim helps elite runners develop daily and race-day nutrition strategies that enhance endurance, facilitate optimal recovery, and protect against performance staleness. Kim lives in San Diego, where she is actively involved with several athletic groups, including the San Diego Track Club and Triathlon Club of San Diego.
Josh Hingst, MS, RD, CSCS, head strength coach with the Philadelphia Eagles, is a specialist in the fields of nutrition and strength and conditioning, giving him unique expertise in understanding how nutrition and supplementation can complement strength training. He has worked extensively with strength and power athletes in sports such as Olympic weightlifting, powerlifting, bodybuilding, football, basketball, and baseball. His professional licenses and certifications include registered dietitian and certified strength and conditioning specialist.
Prior to his work with the Philadelphia Eagles, Hingst was assistant strength and conditioning coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars. He also spent three years as the director of sport nutrition at the University of Nebraska. In that role he directed programs in body composition analysis, nutrition education, performance fueling strategies, eating disorder prevention and counseling, and sport supplements and hydration. Before joining the Nebraska Cornhuskers, Hingst served as team nutritionist for the Atlanta Falcons during their 2008 season, after spending five years in strength and conditioning and sport nutrition capacities at Florida State. During his time at FSU, Hingst earned his master's degree in clinical nutrition with an emphasis in sport nutrition. He received bachelor's degrees in nutrition sciences and dietetics and exercise science from Nebraska in 2001.