Webinar Library

Elevate Yourself and the Profession During Times of Uncertainty

The current reality we’re faced with is that the landscape of collegiate sports and the services/fueling NCAA sports RD’s have grown to know may undergo drastic changes in the near future. Join our free upcoming educational webinar and tune in to a discussion with veteran CPSDA members Amy Bragg, Caroline Mandel and Jon Tanguay as […]

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Utilizing and Growing a Presence on Social Media

  Join this FREE webinar providing 1 CEU with Lauren Link, MS, RD, CSSD  discussing how to utilize, grow and develop a professional presence on social media by understanding the different platforms and tools that can assist in your social media efforts. At the end of this presentation, attendees will be better able to: Understand […]

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Tactics and Techniques to Help Your Athletes Fuel Independently sponsored by Potatoes USA

Athletes can have poor quality diets, inadequate cooking skills and may struggle to meet sports nutrition recommendations for optimal performance. Culinary education and empowering athletes to fuel independently is a critical skill. This webinar will provide tips, tricks and best practices that sports dietitians can use to help their athletes gain culinary skills and learn […]

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Expert Session: How to Build and Grow the Mentor/Mentee Relationship

Chelsea Burkart, MS, RD, CSSD, Brett Singer, MS, RD, CSSD, LD and Katie Knappenberger, MS, RD, CSSD address the following learning objectives: Organize an effective mentorship experience (including one-on-one meetings and internship/fellowship programming) Identify ways that mentors can improve through better self awareness Describe the roles and responsibilities necessary for a productive mentor/mentee relationship Select […]

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Fueling the Extra Mile: The Science of the Endurance Athlete sponsored by GSSI

Lisa Heaton, MS, RD, CSSD -- Senior Scientist and Sports Dietitian and Kelly Barnes, MS – Senior Scientist discuss the science behind fueling the endurance athlete. This course is not available for CEUs.

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Body Composition Measurement: Recent Scientific Findings and Insights Into Injury Prevention and Quality of Life

Learn to understand the role of fat and muscle in performance, health, and injury prevention to facilitate the design of more appropriate training and nutrition programs. Abbie Smith-Ryan, PhD., CSCS*D, FISSN covered what measurement techniques are most appropriate for certain goals and utility of specific outcomes. When dealing with any client or athlete – clinical […]

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Versatility of Omega-3's for Athletes Webinar sponsored by Nordic Naturals

Tavis Piattoly, MS, RD, LD explains the versatility of Omega 3 and it's role and research surrounding brain health, inflammation, body composition and performance, identifies the dosing guidelines for general health, athletic performance, and concussion management and compares the different forms of Omega 3 for optimal absorption and bioavailability. This course is not available for […]

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Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators (SARMs): What Sports RDs Need to Know

Jeff Novitzky, Dr. James Dalton and John Travis provide in-depth look at the science of SARMs, the testing and prevalence of SARMs in supplements and our food supply. This course is not available for CEUs.

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Nutrition for Immune Health sponsored by GSSI

Sickness absence from training is incompatible with success in elite sport, which demands a consistently high training volume. This webinar by Dr. Neil Walsh, PhD, Liverpool John Moores University, will consider a new paradigm for exercise immunology that focuses on resistance (the strength of the immune weaponry) and tolerance (the ability to endure microbes and […]

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