Tips for Fueling High School Athletes

May 2, 2019

  Adolescent athletes present unique challenges to ensure proper fueling for exercise as well as continued growth. Demanding schedules and social pressures to perform and attain a desired body image can influence both food preferences and availability. Studies reveal a lack of nutrition knowledge among high school students, and a concerning trend of increasing dietary […]

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3-Pack Printed Infographic Posters (17″x22″)

April 22, 2019

Order 17″x 22″ infographic posters on three topics of your choice, and receive PDF copies for future printing. Cost: $130 (includes printing and shipping) […]

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Nutrition for Recovery and Rehabilitation

March 26, 2019

  Emerging research shows that nutrition intervention can impact the recovery of certain athletic injuries as well as aid in the prevention of upper respiratory tract infections (URTI’s).  Unfortunately this research is not included in the standard nutrition curriculum for athletic trainers. A recent study published by Torres-McGehee in the Journal of Athletic Training assessed […]

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Cannabidiol (CBD): A Prescription for Athletes?

March 26, 2019

  At the end of this presentation, attendees will be better able to: Describe the primary differences between CBD and THC cannabinoids found in marijuana or cannabis plant species. Summarize the legal status of CBD both federally, by state, and in sport. Interpret the current status of evidence for athletes looking for guidance on CBD’s […]

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Dirty Dozen: High Risk Sport Supplement Ingredients

March 26, 2019

  Dietary supplements pose a substantial risk to an athlete’s health and eligibility to compete. This webinar will discuss popular dietary ingredients that appear in sports supplements and put athletes at risk. There are thousands of dietary ingredients that may be used in sports supplements, including synthetic compounds that are derived to replace ingredients that […]

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Single Printed Infographic Poster (17″x22″)

March 22, 2019

Order a single 17″x 22″ infographic poster on the topic of your choice, plus a PDF copy for future use. Cost: $55 (includes printing and shipping) […]

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3-Pack PDF Infographics

March 22, 2019

Order three poster topics as 8.5″ x 11″ PDFs (unlimited printing) […]

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Single Topic PDF Infographic

February 20, 2019

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Stimulants In Supplements: Necessary Or Harmful?

February 7, 2019

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Athletes, Not Addicts: Managing Pain During The Opioid Crisis

February 4, 2019

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Navigating Fad Dieting

February 1, 2019

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Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators

January 29, 2019

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2018 Sports Supplement Trends

January 25, 2019

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Medical Exceptions & Exemptions: What To Do

October 30, 2018

Original Record Date: October 30, 2018   Medications are prescribed to treat and alleviate conditions and symptoms, but may be banned in sport. The NCAA and NAIA understand there are certain scenarios where a student-athlete is required to take a banned medication. This webinar will dive into the key steps and procedures that need to […]

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Initiating Sports Nutrition Programs on a Small Budget

September 12, 2018

Original Record Date: September 12, 2018 Guest Speakers: Alisha Parker (Director of Sports Nutrition; Fresno State), Marisa Faibish (Director of Performance Nutrition; Appalachian State University), Natasha Hansen (Director of Healthy Choices and Wellness Educator/Sports Dietitian; University of Southern Mississippi), & Tiffany Harrison (Middle Tennessee State University) Many programs are redesigning how and when their athletes get […]

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Is My Drug Testing Program Working?

April 11, 2018

Original Record Date: April 11, 2018   The goal of drug testing in sport is to both deter use of performance-enhancing substances, and also to protect the athletes who compete clean—leveling the playing field for all competitors. Still, with a myriad of testing panels, matrices, and budget allocations, it is common to wonder if these […]

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Drugs, Supplements, and Food for NCAA Athletes

September 12, 2017

Original Record Date: September 12, 2017   Mary Wilfert, Associate Director of Prevention and Health Promotion (retired since webinar was created) at the NCAA Sport Science Institute, returned to our webinar series, fielding questions on NCAA banned substances, supplement policies, and allowable provisions for NCAA athletes. This webinar is relevant to all NCAA college athletic staff […]

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Overview of Re-Act

May 23, 2017

Original Record Date: May 23, 2017   Speaker: Dr. Kelsey Erickson – Leeds Beckett University (Leeds, England). The ‘reACT’ (‘recognise and take action’) project is funded by the International Olympic Committee, with the support of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and UK Anti-Doping. The project offers a complementary approach to current doping education practice by […]

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What’s in a Supplement?

February 21, 2017

Original Record Date: February 21, 2017   Speakers: Brian Jordan, CSCS, RSCC*D, Technical Manager for NSF International Certified for Sport Program, and John Travis, Senior Research Scientist for NSF International Dietary Supplement Programs. Two industry experts review some of the intricacies and science behind dietary supplement creation, safeguards, and ingestion.    This course is not eligible for […]

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Mental Health in Collegiate Athletics: Identification and Treatment Recommendations

November 9, 2016

Original Record Date: November 9, 2016   Speakers: Kacey Oiness, Ph.D., HSPP, Sport & Performance Psychologist, Chris Carr, Ph.D., CC-AASP, Sport & Performance Psychologist, St. Vincent Sports Performance. These sports psychologists for professional and collegiate athletes discuss their experiences and how to treat and help student-athletes who are struggling with mental health, both on and off […]

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