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Increasing muscle mass

12 Jul, 2019

Dietary recommendations for the general and athlete population

July 12, 2019

The presentation covers:

  • Why we need to maintain muscle mass- at every age and gender
  • Who wants to vs who needs to- important as we age
  • ‘Bulking up’- energy needs, more than just protein
  • Protein- dose, timing, types
  • Case study- working with an elite athletes

Watching this presentation and completing the assessment can contribute towards assessable Continuing Professional Development hours.

About the Presenter

Simone Austin is an Advanced Sports Dietitian and president of Sports Dietitians Australia with a proven track record of success. She has been working at Hawthorn Football Club for ten years (three AFL premierships). She helped the Australian Men’s Cricket team  to two World Cups and an Ashes victory and the Melbourne Storm to a premiership win.  

Simone is widely recognised for her expertise and accessible approach to nutrition and is invited regularly to speak on diet and nutrition in the media as well as within health and wellbeing circles like Exercise Sports Science Australia, Sports Medicine Australia, Sports Dietitians Association of Australia and the Dietitians Association of Australia. She has worked with individual athletes and the general population in private practice for 25 years. She released her first book, “Eat like an Athlete", in February 2019 to encourage people to use the powers of nutrition for their own life performance

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