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Sport Performance Speaker Series: Nutrition: Preparatory Phase A: Supporting the volume and/or increased intensity

24/10/2018 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Sport Performance Speaker Series - SPSS - 181024

This session will outline dietary strategies for athletes to help them match their increased training demands. The focus will look at adjusting carbohydrate, protein and antioxidant rich foods to maximize energy availability and training adaptations to support health and performance. Although this session will focus on food first solutions, discussion will look at situations where a tested sport supplement may be necessary.

Presented by Ashley Armstrong, Performance Dietitian, CSI Pacific

Ashley is a Registered Dietitian and Certified Specialists in Sport Dietetics, with a degree in Nutrition & Dietetics from Acadia University, and a Masters in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Sydney, Australia. Over the past several years Ashley has been working at the Canadian Sport Institute in Victoria, working closely with the National Men’s and Women’s Rugby 7’s team as well as with Triathlon Canada and within the National Mountain Bike program through Cycling Canada.

Beyond the performance support she provides athletes, Ashley is dedicated to their short- and long-term health. While immersed in rugby, she took a keen interest in the role of nutrition on brain health and concussion recovery. She has developed post-concussion recovery protocols for both rugby players along with other high risk athletes. Ashley is currently involved in a research project alongside Texas Christian University examining the role of DHA in sub-concussion injury risk in elite men’s and women’s rugby play



5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
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Canadian Sport Institute Pacific – Victoria Campus
4371 Interurban Road (PISE)
Victoria, BC V9E 2C5 Canada
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