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Athlete 365

Sports Nutrition: Eat to Compete

Athlete 365 and Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro via Independent

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In this course, join Jeanette Kwakye, Olympic 100m finalist and Professor L.C Cameron as they explore the impact nutrition has on an athlete’s preparation. What’s more, they will also share their top tips and insights on how to take control of your own nutrition and integrate proven strategies in your daily routine.


  1. Introduction
  2. Fuelling The Power Athlete
  3. Fuelling The Endurance Athlete
  4. Nutrition & Injury

Taught by

Jeanette Kwakye and L.C Cameron


4.5 rating, based on 4 Class Central reviews

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  • Anonymous
    I hope the without nutrition sports is not completed. Sports nutrition is a major factor of sports. Every sports man wished to be a balance diet. If you are not a balance diet you are not competed any performance of your sports. Every sports are a change the diet program. If the coach is knowledge of nutrition of their sports the athlete are performed very well. It is important to the coaches to nutrition knowledge.
  • S.Kavitha
    very enthusiastic to join the course.very eager to go through this course.This course is need of this hour.
  • Michelle Yazbeck completed this course, spending 1 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be very easy.

    Overall, it's a great introduction and very easy to follow. But it would be great if more examples were given. Specific to Nutrition and injury, Jeanette mentioned that she got injured - so I think having a comparison between her diet prior the injury and during the injury would have been fantastic.
  • Motier Haskins

    Motier Haskins completed this course, spending 2 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be very easy.

    Very good at taking beginner information and tip toeing into intermediate. Would like to see more case studies to apply information but hey can't complain about a free course.

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