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NSCA's Guide to Sport and Exercise Nutrition By Bill Campbell

NSCA's Guide to Sport and Exercise Nutrition by Bill Campbell

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NSCA's Guide to Sport and Exercise Nutrition, Second Edition, examines the effects that nutrition has on performance, health, and body composition. It helps you understand how to assess an individual's nutrition status and-if it falls within your scope of practice-develop customized nutrition plans.

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NSCA's Guide to Sport and Exercise Nutrition by Bill Campbell

A valuable resource for any fitness or nutrition professional, including strength and conditioning professionals, personal trainers, and sport dietitians; a reference for current NSCA members and those preparing for an NSCA certification exam.

About Bill Campbell

The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) is the world's leading organization in the field of sport conditioning. Drawing on the resources and expertise of the most recognized professionals in strength training and conditioning, sport science, performance research, education, and sports medicine, the NSCA is the world's trusted source of knowledge and training guidelines for coaches and athletes. The NSCA provides the crucial link between the lab and the field.

Bill I. Campbell, PhD, CSCS, FISSN, is a professor of exercise science and the director of the performance and physique enhancement laboratory at the University of South Florida, a research laboratory dedicated to innovation in sport nutrition and physique enhancement research. As a researcher and author, Campbell has published more than 200 scientific abstracts and papers in these areas. He is a paid consultant for professional sport team organizations and sport entertainment corporations. He has lectured to audiences all over the world and given interviews on various topics related to sport nutrition and physique enhancement. In addition, he is a litigation consultant who provides expert testimony related to dietary supplementation.

Campbell is the former president and a current fellow of the International Society of Sports Nutrition. Campbell is also an active member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association and has earned their Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist credential.

He received his PhD in exercise, nutrition, and preventive health from Baylor University in 2007. During that same year, he also received the Outstanding Doctoral Student Award for research and teaching. He is active on social media and can be followed on Instagram via @billcampbellphd.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Energy Expenditure and Body Composition
Ann Frost Brown, PhD, CISSN

Chapter 2. Nutritional Needs Analysis
Marie A. Spano, MS, RD, LD, CSCS, CSSD

Chapter 3. Carbohydrate
JohnEric W. Smith, PhD, CSCS,*D, CISSN

Chapter 4. Protein

Chapter 5. Fat
Lonnie Lowery, PhD, RD, LD, FISSN

Chapter 6. Fluids
Jennifer Bunn, PhD

Chapter 7. Vitamins and Minerals
Henry C. Lukaski, PhD, FSLAN

Chapter 8. Strength, Size, and Power Supplements
Colin Wilborn, PhD, FNSCA, CSCS, FISSN and Tim N. Ziegenfuss, PhD, CSCS, FISSN

Chapter 9. Aerobic Endurance Supplements
Laurent Bannock, DProf, CSCS, RNutr, SENr, FISSN

Chapter 10. Nutrient Timing
Chad M. Kerksick, PhD, CSCS,*D, CISSN, NSCA-CPT,*D, FNSCA, FISSN and Shawn M. Arent, PhD, CSCS,*D, FISSN

Chapter 11. Consultation and Development of Athlete Plans
Amanda Carlson Phillips, MS, RD, CSSD

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NSCA's Guide to Sport and Exercise Nutrition by Bill Campbell
Human Kinetics Publishers
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