Eating specifically is an athlete's most effective weapon in the fight for fitness. An athlete simply needs to know what types of training need what servings of carbohydrates, proteins and fats. The intensity, duration and type of training all play their part, as well as a fighter's body weight and goals. A food-lover, however, wants to know what flavours and textures will excite their senses. This book gives you culinary artistry as much as it gives you scientific knowledge and practical advice.
Nutrition for Combat Sports by Freddy Brown
About the author
Freddy Brown studied Biochemistry at the University of Oxford, then went on to gain an MSc in Sport and Exercise at Manchester Metropolitan University. He also holds a Diploma in Sports Nutrition from the International Olympic Committee. He has worked as a Performance Nutritionist for some years at the English Institute of Sport and at Loughborough College.
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