- Clinical Sports Nutrition
The definitive guide to the nutrition and physiological principles, practices and research of elite and serious athletes
- Peak Performance
Training and nutritional strategies for sport
- The Complete Guide to Food for Sports Performance
A guide to peak nutrition for your sport
Established as the leading international text on sports nutrition, Clinical sports nutrition is the definitive guide to the nutrition and physiological principles, practices and research of elite and serious athletes. The book covers a comprehensive range of topical issues on sports nutrition, presenting theory and most up-to-date research findings in clear, readable terms and incorporating highly practical applications specifically for practitioners working in the sports arena. This valuable reference book is essential reading for sports dietitians, practitioners, coaches and trainers and students of sports-related subjects. This second edition provides an updated and expanded collection of chapters on special issues of sports nutrition. New areas include an historical overview of sports nutrition, post-exercise recovery, sports nutrition for the older athlete, and nutritional considerations for exercise in the heat or altitude. The section on sports foods and dietary supplements has been expanded to take into account the continuing explosion of new products marketed to athletes. Practical advice on feeding athletes has been arranged into two new chapters on the travelling athlete, and catering for the athletic group. As in the first edition we have provided a unique blend of state-of-the-art knowledge in sports nutrition principles, an appreciation of the unique lifestyles and practical needs of athletes, and specialised expertise in nutrition assessment, education and counselling. Each chapter includes a comprehensive review of the current theoretical aspects of sports nutrition, and a separate discussion of the issues underpinning the implementation of this information into real-life practice.
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Sydney : McGraw-Hill, 2000
Peak performance is a one-stop text for coaches, athletes and students of sports science who want to improve their knowledge and sporting performances by the application of scientific training and nutritional principles. It combines the results of state of the art research from the world leaders in these fields, together with practical guidelines to meet the challenges of daily training and nutrition in the preparation for competition. The book investigates:
Two chapters from Peak Performance are available for viewing online:
Sydney : Allen & Unwin, 1998
The Complete Guide to Food for Sports Performance: A guide to peak nutrition for your sport - Louise Burke, 2nd edition
Whatever your sport, if you are an athlete, you know it is essential to have your body working at peak efficiency. You want your training to provide maximum benefit and you want to achieve peak performance when you compete, whether your goal is a Gold Medal or just personal satisfaction.The Complete guide presents nutrition as an integrated part of an athlete’s total performance-enhancing package. It converts general nutrition and exercise physiology information into a plan for day-to–day training and competition preparation. This new edition has revised, expanded and updated information.The second part of the book outlines important differences in nutritional needs for different sports, including the timing of food and liquid intake, and the best foods to achieve maximum energy output. It contains case studies and discussions of typical dietary problems, enabling athletes and coaches to tailor a diet uniquely suited to individual needs, including the need for weight loss or gain. Until you understand the relationship between nutrition and performance, you cannot manage your total program effectively. When everyone is highly talented, highly trained and highly motivated, nutrition provides the winning edge that separates you from the rest.
Sydney : Allen & Unwin, 1995