Expert Session #7: Dairy Myth Busting & Science Trusting: From Farm to Recovery Fuel
Matt Pikosky, Ph.D, RD, FACN, Leslie Bonci, MPH, RD, CSSD, LD and Abbey Copenhaver, MS, RD provide responses to a number of CPSDA member questions regarding myths and science revolving around dairy farming and dairy products. This series is supported by our partners at the National Dairy Council.
Expert Session #6: Sport Science into Practice
Scott Sehnert, MS, RD, CSSD, CSCS, Jennifer Gibson, MSc, RD, CSSD, Alicia Kendig-Glass, MS, RD, CSSD discuss sport science and possible ways to integrate sport science aspects into your practice. The series is supported by our partners at the National Dairy Council.
Expert Session #5: Nutrition Documentation: Quick and Simple Methods for Decreasing Liability while not Spending All Day at Your Desk
Katie Knappenberger, MS, RD, CSSD, ATC, Caroline Mandle, MS, RD, CSSD, Linda Samuels, MS, RD, CSSD, LDN will discuss the importance of documentation along with various methods and strategies to decrease the liability for the sports RD. The series is supported by our partners at the National Dairy Council.
Expert Session #4: Understanding Dairy: from Farm to Training Table
Allison Parker, MS, RD, LDN, Robin Brown, RD, LDN, Sue McCloskey and Katie Knappenberger, MS, RD, CSSD, ATC will provide an overview of: How dairy foods – like milk, cheese and yogurt - can help athletes optimize their own training, fueling and recovery; understand how dairy foods fit into a healthy, sustainable diet and can be a meal or snack solution including pre- and post-workout to help fuel an active lifestyle; highlight how CPSDA members can connect with their state/regional dairy association to partner on various activities; and address dairy myths/misperceptions while providing an understanding of basic on-farm practices that ensure milk quality, animal care, technology use, and what dairy farmers are doing to ensure the sustainability of their industry. This series is supported by our partners at the National Dairy Council.
Expert Session #3: Policy and Procedure Development
Katie McInnis, PhD candidate, RD, LD, Amanda Poppleton, MS, RD and Craig Moore, RD share their perspectives on how to successfully develop science based policies and procedures. The CPSDA Expert Sessions are a series of discussions among CPSDA members that enable them to share best practices and to learn from experts on topics that shape performance nutrition. The series is supported by our partners at the National Dairy Council.
Expert Session #2: Low Body Weight Policies and Procedures
Kelly Rossi, MS, RD, CSSD, Lauren Link, RD, CSSD, and Victoria Lambert, MS, RD, CSSD share their experiences and advice in developing low body weight policies and procedures at their respective institutions. The CPSDA Expert Sessions are a series of discussions among CPSDA members that enable them to share best practices and to learn from experts on topics that shape performance nutrition. The series is supported by our partners at the National Dairy Council.
Expert Session #1: Building a Sports Nutrition Program With a Focus at Smaller Schools
Chelsea Burkart, MS, RD, CSSD, Scott Sehnert, MS, RD, CSCS, CSSD and Clint Wattenberg, MS, RD, CSCS, CSSD share their advice for building a sports nutrition program with a focus at smaller schools. The CPSDA Expert Sessions are a series of discussions among CPSDA members that enable them to share best practices and to learn from experts on topics that shape performance nutrition. The series is supported by our partners at the National Dairy Council.
Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators (SARMs): What Sports RDs Need to Know
Jeff Novitzky, Dr. James Dalton and John Travis provide in-debth look at the science of SARMs, the testing and prevelance of SARMs in supplements and our food supply.
Mushroom Council: Learning about The Blend and Recipe Contest Announcement
Steve Solomon is the menu strategist for the Mushroom Council. He works with a variety of chains, colleges, and foodservice management companies to develop new concepts and menu ideas like “The Blend,” which combines meat and mushrooms to create healthier versions of iconic foods. Rob Skinner, MS, RD, CSSD, CSCS also discusses how he utilizes the blend at the USOC and the nutrition value and benefits the blend offers.
Versatility of Omega-3's for Athletes 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.
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 or non—an understanding of body composition will enhance the overall health strategy.
ADHD & Nutrition - A Review of Nutritional and Integrative Treatments
Dianne Rishikof, MS, RDN, LDN gives an extensive look at the impact of diet on ADHD, from overall best nutrition for the growing brain to specific diets that can benefit those with ADHD. She also discusses related topics such as micronutrient deficiencies, food sensitivities, gut health, nutritional and herbal supplements that help, functional labs to use to test patients, and other considerations such as sleep and exercise.
NCAA Deregulation of Feeding: Fueling in the New Era of Collegiate Sports Nutrition
Allison Maurer, MS, RD, CSSD, CSCS helps develop a greater understanding of the current NCAA student-athlete feeding guidelines, including guidance on interpretation that has evolved since the rule came into effect. She gives advice on building a practical roadmap for successful implementation of the rule including tips for navigating staffing, budget and garnering top-down support across your Athletic Department. Maurer's presentation gives insights into what’s on the horizon coming out of the NCAA and/or at the Conference level as the interpretation and implementation of the rule.