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Kin 110 - Human Performance & Nutrition
Human Performance & Nutrition Documents

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9 2 14 kin 110 Tour de France Need tons of calories to compete at that level First challenge o Eat 7500 calories Demands o Very high o Hot weather o Altitude o Changes in elevation o Need to supply body with kcals o extreme nutritional needs right and type proportion fat protein CHO vitamins water Water o Chemical composition of blood o Fluid loss dehydration o Fluids maintain proper composition of blood o Dehydration Depleted of electrolytes Potassium Sodium Chloride What other things to athletes do to optimize performance o Supplements o Steroids drugs doping Illegal o Timing of eating foods o Eating dif types of CHO What about the rest of the world o 99 9 of people are not elite athletes o How do we optimize their performance General health 5k race time Importance of nutrition physical activity General Education class with a BS designation Engage students in questions ideas and methods of analysis applications of methods to real world issues critical thinking through inquiry problem solving and analysis awareness of multiple perspectives how race ethnicity social class impact health This course provides the base of knowledge required to understand the role of diet and exercise in optimizing athletic performance AND overall health and to critically evaluate information and products related to human performance with openminded skepticism Kin 110 study of human movement Human Performance and Nutrition Jen Blankenship M S Nancy Clark s Sport Nutrition guidebook 5th edition 2013 2 midterms mandatory final slides won t be on Moodle lecture questions answer exam questions Guiding principle 1 no one gets left behind if you work with us we believe we can fix anything 2 total transparency want to know why we did what we did Just ask 3 mutual respect we treat people the way we want to be treated When they don t treat us back that s when we react Sonny Barger



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