Sport Nutrition for Coaches PDF
As a coach, you want your athletes to perform at their best. To do that, you not only need to teach them how to train properly, but you also need to tell them how to eat and drink properly. You need to have the right information when it comes to nutrition for your athletes. Sport Nutrition for Coaches is the essential tool for coaches and fitness specialists. With this text, you will be able to maximize your athletes’ performance through proper nutrition.
Sport Nutrition for Coaches provides all the information you need in an easy-to-use and practical layout. It outlines athletes’ basic nutrition and hydration needs and describes how to adapt athletes’ nutrition needs to their training schedules. It has tips for working with athletes with special dietary concerns, including vegetarianism, diabetes, and eating disorders. Also, this guide shows you how to develop a Coach’s Notebook and a nutrition plan for your team, which you can share with your athletes to map out a successful season.
Sport Nutrition for Coaches is unlike any other nutrition guide for coaches. Most books are written only for the athletes themselves, but this text is specifically directed at coaches. After reading this book, you will have the knowledge to create proper nutrition plans for your athletes and help them develop healthy eating habits that will contribute to their success in any sport.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Part I Teaching and Evaluating
Chapter 1 Teaching Sport Skills
Chapter 2 Evaluating Technical and Tactical Skills
Part II Teaching Technical Skills
Chapter 3 Foundational Skills
Chapter 4 Strokes and Shots
Part III Teaching Tactical Skills
Chapter 5 Singles and Doubles Tactics
Chapter 6 Offensive Tactical Skills
Chapter 7 Defensive Tactical Skills
Part IV Planning for Teaching
Chapter 8 Season Plans
Chapter 9 Practice Plans
Part V Match Coaching
Chapter 10 Preparing for Matches
Chapter 11 During and After the Match
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