SCHEDULE

Official Timezone - New York Time - UTC-4

EXTRA CONTENT ( November, 4 / 18 / 24)

November 4 - 12:30 pm 

MIKE GLEESON

How to defend ourselves against COVID


November 18 - 12:30 pm 

MIKE ORMSBEE

Presleep feeding for health and performance


November 24 - 12:30 pm 

ERIC RAWSON

Creatine supplementation

PRE CONFERENCE - December - 2

​4pm-5pm

ASKER JEUKENDRUP

Write our own best-selling diet book in 15 simple stepsWe will discuss a few simple steps to write the next best-selling diet book, or start your own successful supplement company. I have studied many successful authors and companies and discovered that there really is one magic formula! I will share this with you and you will be surprised how easy it is.

PLAN CARB (FIRST CALL PRICES
PLAN HIGH CARB (ANYTIME)
SATURDAY - December - 5 / 8:45am - 6pm

8:45-9:00am

BRUNNO FALCÃO | ASKER JEUKENDRUP

Opening

​9:00-10:00am

ASKER JEUKENDRUP

Training the gut - We will discuss training the gut, what is it, what is the evidence and how can we successfully use it?

10:00-11:00am

BRYAN SAUNDERS I EIMEAR DOLAN

Beta alanine: the latest - We will hear about the latest research on beta alanine, about individual differences and about the practicalities of beta alanine supplementation

12:00pm-1:00pm

GRAEME CLOSE

CBD oil: a supplement that solves all problems? - CBD has become a very popular supplement in many sports. What is it? What is the evidence and what are the risks and considerations?

​1:00-2:00pm

ROUNDTABLE Sports Nutrition around the world

ASKER JEUKENDRUP (Moderator)

VICENT ONYWERA 

TEFERA TADESSE

GEETHA GHALIYAVAR

PEDRO GARCIA

Sports nutrition is different in various countries and in This roundtable we will hear from speakers about Sports nutrition in Ethiopia, Kenya, India and Venezuela

4:00-5:00pm

FIONA PELLY

Food provision for athletes at Olympic Games - The Tokyo Olympic Games are coming up and providing safe food options for so many athletes and cultures can be challenging. This talk will discuss these challenges and solutions in a fascinating behind the scenes talk.

5:00-6:00pm

LOUISE BURKE

Caffeine Caffeine is one of the most common and oldest Supplements. It has been on and off the list of banned substances. What is the latest on caffeine and what are some of the practical implications?

SUNDAY - December - 6 / 9am - 6pm

​9:00-10:00am

MICHAEL JOYNER - It’s genetic – thinking critically about genes and performance - This talk will discuss the role of genetics in performance and whether a genomics approach will help us to advise athletes better.

10:00-11:00am

STUART PHILLIPS

The virtues of resistance trainingThe virtues of resistance training: What muscle and strength mean for athletes and regular people

12:00am-1:00pm

DAVID MARTIN

If you want magic: hire a magician - How can a practitioner contribute to an athletes performance? What impact can be expected? How do we measure this? How can you improve success? What does it take to be successful in sports nutrition?

​1:00-2:00pm

ROUNDTABLE Nutrition in soccer around the globe

DAVID MARTIN (Moderator)

MIREIA PORTA

GRAEME CLOSE

BEATRIZ BOULLOSA

ORLANDO LAITANO

In this roundtable we will discuss how nutrition is organized in different football clubs and teams. In particular we will discuss personalizing nutrition in a team environment.

4:00-5:00pm

BAREKET FALK

Sports nutrition for young athletes - Can we translate the guidelines for adults to young children? What are some of the limitations? What are The ethical issues. This talk will focus mostly on hydration

5:00-6:00pm

JOHN HAWLEY

Intermittent fasting We hear a lot about intermittent fasting and about time-restricted eating. What is it? Does it work? What does the evidence tell us?

6:00-6:15pm

BRUNNO FALCÃO | ASKER JEUKENDRUP - Final words

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