introduction to high school sports nutrition program

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Tavis Piattoly , MS, RD, LDN Ronnie Harper, Ed.D ., ATC Our Goal "By helping high school athletes improve their eating habits, we will improve their health, athletic performance and muscle growth/recovery through sound nutritional principles and safe, appropriate supplementation”. Our plan is measurable, practical, progressive and effective. The Missing Link in Getting Athletes to the Next Level

High School Sports Nutrition LLC:

High School Sports Nutrition LLC Who We Are Tavis Piattoly , MS, RD, LDN Nutrition Consultant/Sports Dietitian New Orleans Saints, New Orleans Hornets & St. Amant High Member of LHSAA Sports Medicine Advisory Committee Over 10 years working with High School Athletes Ronnie Harper, Ed.D ., ATC Educational Doctorate in Health and Human Performance Athletic Trainer/Teacher in High School setting for 12 years

10 things we believe:

10 things we believe #1 Start with basics and build a foundation #2 Information appropriate for high school athlete #3 Goal setting and rewards #4 Parental involvement #5 Group dynamics #6 Trust #7 21 days into a habit #8 Supplementation safety #9 Access to a sports dietitian

10 things we believe :

10 things we believe #10

Actual vs. Perceived Nutrition habits:

Actual vs. Perceived Nutrition habits 256 HS athletes surveyed on eating habits Actual Grade – 65% (F) Perceived Score (B) 86% of athletes thought they ate well

Typical High School Athlete:

Typical High School Athlete Charlie Babin Junior defensive back 17 year old 6’0, ft., 175 lbs Primary Activity Strength and Conditioning 4x a week Two sport athlete Goal: To gain lean muscle and improve his power/speed/agility; obtain a D1 or D2 athletic scholarship. Habits Struggles to eat breakfast Tolerates school lunch Eats a snack from vending; occasionally from home Eats a decent dinner Has lots of homework Has 1200+ facebook friends Works a part-time job to help pay for vehicle expenses

Typical High School Athlete:

Typical High School Athlete Typical Caloric Intake Breakfast 200 School Lunch 600 Dinner 1,400 Snack 500 TOTAL 2,700 Struggles to gain any lean muscle mass Strength and Speed has reached a plateau Gets tired quickly in workouts and practice. Two common mistakes high school athletes do: #1 Lift more weights #2 Take a supplement

6 Challenges of a High school athlete’s eating habits:

6 Challenges of a High school athlete’s eating habits #1 Poor time management and tight schedule #2 Rules at school (i.e. Can’t eat in class) #3 School lunches are not for athletes #4 After school rushed to start practice #5 School vending often only option #6 When arriving at home athlete is calorie deficient, often poor eating choices before & during dinner. Calories In vs. Calories Out

game plan:

game plan Set Goals - 5 Sports nutrition goals -Body weight management goal Implement a Plan - Sports nutrition playbook principles Document Progress - Tracking chart Reward, Evaluate Plan & Re-set Goals 1 st 6 weeks: Improvement in energy levels and muscle recovery 2 nd 6 weeks: Improvement in strength, body composition and performance 3 rd 6 weeks: Develop positive habits while maintaining a high level of energy

10 Fundamental Principles of Sports nutrition playbook:

10 Fundamental Principles of Sports nutrition playbook #1 Nutrition is the missing link (pg. 13) #2 Learn to have a plan for success (pg. 14) #3 Eat on a schedule (pg. 16) #4 Eating breakfast is critical (pg. 17) #5 Eating snacks between meals (pg. 19) #6 Eat a fuel packed lunch (pg. 18) #7 Take an appropriate multi-vitamin (pg. 22) #8 Role of Omega 3 fish oil in sports nutrition (pg. 23) #9 Post-workout nutrition for muscle recovery (pg. 24) #10 Proper hydration is often overlooked or abused (pg. 25)

6-Week Tracking chart:

6-Week Tracking chart Daily Tracking of Eating Schedule, 5-7 times a day Daily Tracking of 5 Sports Nutrition Goals Body Weight Management Goal and Tracking Page 29 of Playbook Page 15 of Playbook Choose 5 Sports Nutrition Goals

Food for sports performance:

Food for sports performance What’s on the Menu! Fueling the High School Athlete (pg. 2) Meal Planning Guide 5 Minute Power Packed Breakfast Meals ( pg. 3) Healthy School Lunches (pg. 6) Performance Recovery Dinners (pg. 9) Energy Packed Nutritious Snacks (pg. 14) Fast Food Meal Planning Guide (pg. 15) Food for Performance Grocery List (pg. 24) Pre-Game Meals for Performance (pg. 30) Performance Nutrition Shake Recipes (pg. 32)

Products:

Products Athlete’s Protection Post-Workout Protein Enhanced Pre-Game/Halftime Energy Athlete’s Health

Supplement Market:

Supplement Market “Buyer Beware” environment $21.4 billion industry 41,000 dietary supplements on market Target vulnerable athletes by false claims Reduction in body fat Building Strength Boosting Energy

Louisiana Data:

Louisiana Data We surveyed 25,000 HS athletes in 2008 Determine Dietary Supplement Use Subjects: 64% Male 36% Female Usage:26% (6,520 athletes) used supplements 276 (1%) used Steroids 281 (1%) used Growth Hormone

Supplement Concerns:

Supplement Concerns Purity and Safety Evaluation by Informed-Choice examined 58 supplement samples from various retail outlets 25% contained steroids 11% contained stimulants not indicated on label

Product Testing and Safety:

Product Testing and Safety NSF Testing Lab – independent testing lab and product certification program for dietary supplements. Product Testing for Purity and Safety Heavy metals, banned substances, contamination Quality Assurance Confirm ingredients listed on the label meet proper standards

Athlete’s Health Multivitamin:

Athlete’s Health Multivitamin Benefits Maintain a healthy immune system during intense training Provide nutrients athlete is not getting from food Offers a Fruit and Veggie Blend for added antioxidants for immune health Harvard School of Public Health indicates taking a Multivitamin acts as an insurance policy for those individuals who do not eat the recommended number of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains on a daily basis.

Athlete’s Protection Omega 3 Fish Oil:

Athlete’s Protection Omega 3 Fish Oil Benefits Acts as a natural anti-inflammatory to reduce pain and muscle soreness after a workout Improved day to day recovery from intense training or a pro-longed season References: Maroon et al. (2010) Neurosurgery . Tartibian et al. (2011). Clin J of Sports Med . Scientific Research on Fish Oil and Omega 3’s - Natural Anti-Inflammatory Agent - More effective at reducing pain than NSAID’s (i.e. Ibuprofen) - Reduced inflammation after intense exercise

Generation ucan “super starch”:

Generation ucan “super starch” Pre-Game/Halftime Energy Benefits Sustained Energy for 3-4 hours Three times more electrolytes than a Sports Drink Stabilizes blood sugar and insulin levels Facilitates the fat burning process University of Oklahoma Study Scientific Research on Generation UCAN Blood sugar and insulin levels remained stable during 3 hours of exercise Increased Fat burning during exercise Athletes reported more energy Demonstrated no crash in blood sugar and insulin compared to a commercial sports gel Recommended Usage Take 1 packet 30 minutes before a Game and at Halftime

Post Workout nutrition:

Post Workout nutrition Post-Workout Protein Enhanced Benefits Improves Muscle Recovery after a workout Refills gas tank (i.e. Glycogen) and stabilizes blood sugar Scientific Research Improvement in muscular strength and size Minimizes muscle soreness Facilitates Muscle Protein Synthesis References Cribb et al. (2006). Med Sci Sports & Exerc . Willoughby et al. (2007). Amino Acids. Tipton et al. (2001). Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab . Recommended usage Take 1 packet within 30-60 minutes after your workout

Proper Nutrition & Safe/Appopriate Supplementation:

Proper Nutrition & Safe/ Appopriate Supplementation

Typical response:

Typical response Caloric Intake (gain 1lb week) Breakfast 881 Snack #1 440 Lunch 1101 Snack #2 440 Dinner 1101 Snack #3 440 Total 4403 Charlie Babin Junior defensive back 17 year old 6’0, ft., 195 lbs Implements the HSSN “Game Plan” Has more energy during workouts, practices and games Now consumes 4403 calories a day instead of 2700 Gained 20 pounds of lean muscle in 18 weeks Improved in strength, speed and agility Reduced his overall illness Improved muscle recovery Takes Athlete’s Health (Multi-vitamin) Takes Athletes Protection (Omega 3) Takes Generation Ucan for post-workout & pre-game/halftime

Q & A:

Q & A Questions please contact us: 504-315-5436 info@hssnutrition.com

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