PSN Audio Video Series

110 Principles of Sports Nutrition

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Session One

PSN No.1 – Sports Nutrition
PSN No.2 – The Art
PSN No.3 – The Science
PSN No.4 – Optimum Health
PSN No.5 – Muscle: The Health Engine
PSN No.6 – Nutrition
PSN No.7 – Exercise
PSN No.8 – Dietary Supplements
PSN No.9 – Biochemical Individuality
PSN No.10 – Biological Medicine

Session Two

PSN No.11 – Muscle
PSN No.12 – Cardiovascular
PSN No.13 – Bones & Joints
PSN No.14 – Endocrine Glands
PSN No.15 – Sarcopenia
PSN No.16 – Biological Age
PSN No.17 – Biomarkers of Health
PSN No.18 – Thyroid Health
PSN No.19 – Testosterone
PSN No.20 – Sleep & Rest

Session Three

PSN No.21 – Energy
PSN No.22 – Vitamins & Minerals
PSN No.23 – The Human Cell
PSN No.24 – Protein
PSN No.25 – Biological Value
PSN No.26 – Nitrogen Balance
PSN No.27 – Enzymes
PSN No.28 – Fats
PSN No.29 – Carbs
PSN No.30 – pH Balance

Session Four

PSN No.31 – Recipe for Health
PSN No.32 – The Athlete's Food Pyramid
PSN No.33 – Nutrition Myths
PSN No.34 – Traditional Native Diets
PSN No.35 – The Importance & Safety of Protein
PSN No.36 – Superfoods
PSN No.37 – Functional Foods
PSN No.38 – Artificial Sweeteners
PSN No.39 – The Future of the Human Diet
PSN No.40 – The New Paradigm of Sports Nutrition

Session Five

PSN No.41 – Why Take Supplements
PSN No.42 – Build Strength
PSN No.43 – Prevent Disease
PSN No.44 – Healthy Aging
PSN No.45 – Hierarchy of Supplements Pyramid
PSN No.46 – Raw Materials
PSN No.47 – Manufacturing
PSN No.48 – Safety
PSN No.49 – The Big Four
PSN No.50 – Be Consistent

Session Six

PSN No.51 – Sport Type
PSN No.52 – Genetic Type
PSN No.53 – Blood Type
PSN No.54 – Somatotype
PSN No.55 – Gland Type
PSN No.56 – Chronotype
PSN No.57 – Autonomic Type
PSN No.58 – Ayurvedic Type
PSN No.59 – Metabolic Type
PSN No.60 – Functional Type

Session Seven

PSN No.61 – Philosophy
PSN No.62 – Physical Activity
PSN No.63 – Weight Training
PSN No.64 – Aerobic Exercise
PSN No.65 – Stretching
PSN No.66 – Exercise Nutrition
PSN No.67 – Training Systems
PSN No.68 – Gym Etiquette
PSN No.69 – Motivation
PSN No.70 – Benefits of Exercise

Session Eight

PSN No.71 – Battle of the Bulge
PSN No.72 – Psychology of Weight Loss
PSN No.73 – Nutrition for Loss
PSN No.74 – Exercise for Gain
PSN No.75 – Body Composition
PSN No.76 – Protein Shakes
PSN No.77 – Insulin Sensitivity
PSN No.78 – Glycemic Index
PSN No.79 – Fat Burners
PSN No.80 – Building Lean Mass

Session Nine

PSN No.81 – Dope
PSN No.82 – Anabolic Steroids
PSN No.83 – Natural Alternatives
PSN No.84 – Recreational Drugs
PSN No.85 – Supplement Contamination
PSN No.86 – Health Problems
PSN No.87 – Muscle Dysmorphia
PSN No.88 – Social Attitudes
PSN No.89 – Why Athletes Use Recreational Drugs
PSN No.90 – Use vs. Abuse

Session Ten

PSN No.91 – Healing Power of Nature
PSN No.92 – Sports Injuries
PSN No.93 – Natural Therapies
PSN No.94 – Energy Medicine
PSN No.95 – Natural Health Products
PSN No.96 – Male Sports Injuries
PSN No.97 – Female Sports Injuries
PSN No.98 – Risk Factors
PSN No.99 – Active Rest
PSN No.100 – Asymmetrical Athletes

Session Eleven

PSN No.101 – Clinical Sports Nutrition
PSN No.102 – Recommended Analytical Procedures
PSN No.103 – Body Composition Analysis
PSN No.104 – Dietary Analysis
PSN No.105 – Fitness Testing
PSN No.106 – Alternatives
PSN No.107 – Calorie Counting
PSN No.108 – Fat Loss vs. Weight Loss
PSN No.109 – What Do You Eat?
PSN No.110 – Chi

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