This module considers the nutritional needs of different types of sports people. Students will learn to apply sound nutritional guidance. Nutritional guidance is based on an understanding of the underpinning concepts and principles associated with sports performance and how applied nutrition can maintain and enhance performance.
Private Study: 134
Contact Hours: 16
Not available as an elective module.
Method of assessment
• Nutritional Report (3,000 words) – 100%
* At least one formative feedback opportunity will be provided in this module that will directly support
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On successfully completing the module students will be able to:
1. Demonstrate knowledge and critical understanding of applied sports nutrition with regard to the maintenance and enhancement of exercise and sport performance.
2. Demonstrate knowledge of the main methods of inquiry and approaches in sports nutrition.
3. Critically interpret dietary data/ research and communicate sound nutritional guidance
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Credit level 5. Intermediate level module usually taken in Stage 2 of an undergraduate degree.
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