Nutrition sportive III: Nutrition et sports d’endurance (2cr. FKQ)

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Il ne manque pas d’informations concernant la nutrition et les sports d’endurance. Coureurs, cyclistes, triathlètes vous parleront tous et toutes de “leurs recettes”. Pourtant, encore à ce jour, de nombreux participants à des sports d’endurance commettent des erreurs fondamentales en matière de nutrition sportive et sabotent leurs efforts par une stratégie nutritionnelle inadéquate.

Cette conférence en ligne vise à simplifier les notions nécessaires à la compréhension des besoins nutritionnels en sports d’endurance en reliant les points entre la physiologie et la nutrition. À la suite de cette conférence, vous serez en mesure de mieux comprendre l’impact des différentes approches nutritionnelles popularisées en sport d’endurance et de choisir ce qui vous convient le mieux en fonction de votre réalité.

Cette conférence s’adresse aux adeptes de sports d’endurance ayant un intérêt pour la nutrition, aux athlètes de pointe et aux préparateurs physiques/entraîneurs.

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