HHN2001 - Family Health and Nutrition Through the Lifespan or
HBM2103 - Digestion, Nutrition and Metabolism
|1.||Describe physiological and metabolic processes involved in different physical activities;|
|2.||Adapt and justify different diet-related strategies to enhance training and performance in athletes and critically review the scientific research to support these strategies;|
|3.||Investigate and justify recovery requirements in various population groups and competitive levels;|
|4.||Articulate the practical considerations in the provision of dietary management strategies for athletes; and|
|5.||Critique and interpret various methods for assessing energy expenditure and body composition.|
|Test||Test 1 (20mins)||10%|
|Exercise||Case study based assessment (45mins)||20%|
|Assignment||Design, plan and justify a training diet for an athlete (1000 words).||45%|
|Exercise||Case study based assessment (1.5hrs)||25%|
Sports Nutrition: An IOC Medical Commission Publication
Maughan, R. J., (2014)
Chichester, West Sussex: Wiley.
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