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OU added the position earlier this year, joining a growing trend in athletics. OU director of Sports Nutrition Tiffany Byrd talks to players during a recent practice. PHOTO BY ANDREW LENTZ, Courtesy OU Athletics Communications Coach Tiff! Coach Tiff! Williams screamed to Tiffany Byrd, OU’s first-year Director of Sports Nutrition, who rushed over with some salt packets and oranges. I was good to go, Williams said.
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Our PT365 experts want to answer your fitness and nutrition questions
He is a CrossFit Olympic Lifting and Level 1 Trainer, and former lead trainer at CrossFit Spartan Shield (Operation Enduring Freedom, Kuwait). Hes also the designer of the WOD Programmer app and runs http://www.wodprogrammer.com . * Pauline Nordin, a native of Swedenwho lives in Los Angeles, is the founder of the Butt Bible workout system and creator of Fighter Diet , a website focused on fitness and nutrition and through which she sells e-books and supplements. Shes a fitness competitor and once trained the winner of a Scandinavian version of The Biggest Loser. When it comes to nutrition, shes BIG into veggies. In fact, Pauline eats 7 pounds every day between lunch and dinner.
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Virginia Tech nutritionist helps Hokies get proper fuel
On one of those trips to Food Lion, she and cornerback Kyle Fuller found a Greek yogurt that the senior still eats regularly today. Schafer tries to fight the misconception that calories are bad, pointing out nutrient-dense, higher-caloric foods and pushing players away from stuff that provides next to no nutritional value, like light cereals and granola bars. Guys will eat Rice Krispies, she said. Im like, Theres nothing in there. Do you really feel like you ate something there? On-campus dining is another thing to consider. Virginia Techs cafeterias are consistently ranked among the countrys best, but there are still plenty of food options to steer clear of. Schafer gives athletes handouts of what are good high-performance meal options at each dining hall, supplementing it with meal shockers that show how many calories are in foods that should be avoided.
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