Things to Be Aware of When You Are Using Nutritional Supplements in Sports
What does the term nutritional supplement mean?What we know about their effects and side effects?How do you decide whether to use them or not? These are some of the frequently asked questions in this area. This course will include what to pay attention to while using nutritional supplements, problems that may be encountered, national and international regulations, problems that may be caused by the use of nutritional supplements specified as herbal and natural products, and the issues that need to be considered in child and adolescent athletes
- A realistic perspective on nutritional supplements
- Raised awareness about the issues that need to be focused on for optimum benefit and health protection
- To be aware of the problems that may be encountered during and after using these types of supplements
- To prevent elite athletes from using banned substances contained in the seafood supplements
- To promote the informed use of nutritional supplements by child and adolescent athletes
What will Participants learn in this course?
- Whether the use of nutritional supplements is needed
- Basic tips to obtain the most benefit from nutritional supplements.
- Topics to be considered for the preservation of health
- Problems encountered during use
- Risks for elite athletes
- Issues to be considered for child and adolescent athletes
Why Should I Take This Course?
- To predict and prevent problems that may be encountered when using nutritional supplements
- To avoid unnecessary use
- To ensure optimum performance from use
- To prevent problems regarding the use of prohibited substances
- To prevent unnecessary use in children and adolescents
- To raise the awareness of families and coaches on the subject
Who should take this course?
Trainers, elite and competitive athletes, people who do sports recreationally, parents, sports managers, medics of sports clubs
- Lectures 4
- Quizzes 0
- Skill level Beginner
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes