Andy Aikins Food And Identity Sports Nutrition Outline

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Andy Aikins Food and Identity Sports Nutrition Outline and Thesis Thesis: 1. An athletes diet has a large effect on his/her athletic performance 2. What an athlete eats is an integral part of his/her training, and will effect every aspect of their athletic performance Outline: I: Intro A. Introduce topic B. State why Sports nutrition is different from general nutrition. C. Thesis (see above) II: Dietary Guidelines A. How many servings of each food group should an athlete eat? (food Nutrition Vs. Sport Performance The world is an orb of life. In its limited space all life forms compete to hold their own position. As Darwin concluded in his theory of evolution, ... pyramid) B. RDA’s What they are, What they mean, How to use them C. The Goal is to gain weight by increasing muscle mass and losing fat. 1. Eat foods high in protein, complex carbohydrates, and nutrients 2. Avoid junk foods ;foods low in anything good and high in fat and sugar. D. Don’t eat too much or too little food. 1. Eating too much food will increase your body fat percentage 2. If you don’t eat enough…show more content…
Many substances exist, and many have ... food, you will not have enough energy to work out, and you will not have the nutrients and protein available to build muscle. III: Why eat well? A. For Sports 1. Increased benefit from training, for both aerobic (endurance) and anaerobic (power). 2.Increase muscle mass, and Reduced fat. 3. Bigger, Faster, Stronger. This is good for any competitive sport B. In General: Eating well will help everything in your life, from your mood to your appearance. Also Actions and Effects of

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