Personal Training and Sports Nutrition - They Go Hand-in-Hand
By learning the basics for personal training, most fitness trainers have a baseline knowledge of nutrition and how it affects the body. Which leads to the next question--"Is baseline good enough?" Is it good enough to know the number of calories in a gram, or fat vs. a gram of protein or carbohydrate?
Or, do you need and want to know more? Should you know methods and strategies for improving sports performance by nutritional intake and timing? We think you should. If you are certified as a personal trainer or fitness professional, we think that you should also continue your fitness education by learning about Sports Nutrition. After all, eating is half of the battle.
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