Beet Root Juice? Why, How & When

Date:March 10,2015
Time:07:00 PM
Cost:$20

Description:

Ergogenic aids are substances or techniques that provide athletes with a competitive advantage by enhancing physical performance. In endurance sports, there are only about 5 ergogenic aids in the form of foods, drinks and supplements that are proven effective. In this webinar, we will discuss one of these aids, beet root juice. Join us to learn about the recent research, why it can help you in long course triathlon, and how to use it. We will also share our beet root juice protocols we use with all our athletes!  

What You Will Learn:

(1) The research behind beet root juice

(2) The benefits of beet root juice to endurance athletes

(3) How and when to use beet root juice

(4) Sources of beet root juice

(5) Potential barriers of using beet root juice 

Registration:

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About the Presenter:

Jaime Windrow RD LDN is a Registered Dietitian and the Nutrition Programs Director at The Core Diet, and Triathlon Coach for QT2 Systems. Jaime’s experience in sports nutrition and triathlon started long before receiving her formal education and credentials as a Registered Dietitian and triathlon coach. For 12 years she danced professionally with the Radio City Rockettes in New York, and continues to race as an elite amateur, having become an accomplished triathlete with a number of age-group wins and podium finishes in the past 15 years, as well as a finish in Kona at the Ironman World Championships. Her interests lie in using the knowledge she had gained from being a professional dancer and a nutrition expert to provide athletes with all the tools needed to compete at the highest level possible. Jaime received her B.S. in Nutrition from Hunter College, completed her dietetic residency at Mount Sinai Hospital, and is graduating with her M.S. in Clinical Nutrition at NYU this year. She is also studying for the credential of a Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics (CSSD), the premier professional sports nutrition credential in the U.S.