Free Industry-Presented Webinar — Fueling the Extra Mile: The Science of the Endurance Athlete
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Free Industry-Presented Webinar — Fueling the Extra Mile: The Science of the Endurance Athlete

Sep 17, 2019

GSSI webinar Sept 2019Description: This webinar will focus on individuals who engage in endurance activities and sports. We will cover the general nutritional (macronutrient and hydration) recommendations for those involved in endurance activities. The specific needs of the endurance athlete will be discussed in greater detail. The latest research, case studies and practical recommendations will be discussed.

Learning Objectives:
• Describe the general macronutrient and hydration recommendations for individuals participating in endurance activities.
• Describe how the needs of endurance athletes may differ.
• Identify signs of dehydration. 
• Make personalized hydration and macronutrient recommendations for the endurance athlete. 
• Describe the research behind endurance athlete nutrient recommendations.

Lisa Heaton, M.S., R.D., CSSD, has worked in the sports nutrition realm for over a decade and is board certified in sports dietetics with interests in sports nutrition, recovery, hydration and performance. As a sports dietitian at GSSI, Lisa works with nutrition-related education and research translation and supports the athlete engagement program through management of all elite athlete testing conducted in Barrington, Illinois. She also served as the sports dietitian for the Chicago Bulls for the 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 seasons.

Kelly Barnes, M.S., leads the research program at GSSI’s Barrington headquarters. Currently, she works with local athletes to provide sweat and cardiovascular fitness information. Having spent many years working in the field for the Athlete Service Program, Kelly serves as a conduit to bring elite athlete hydration/nutrition questions back to the lab and transfer lab learnings to the field.

Earn one (1) free CEC courtesy of Gatorade Sports Science Institute for attending the live webinar.  A recorded version will also be available; however, participants will be required to pay a small fee and take a short 15-question test in order to obtain CEC credit.  A free version will also be available on ACSM’s YouTube Channel but without CEC credit.