A Protein-Based Approach to Optimizing Adaptations to Exercise


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Athletes often perceive their protein 'requirements' to be higher and recommendations have been made to increase protein intake. In this presentation, I will review the evidence that supports a greater protein intake to aid in optimizing adaptation to exercise. Both endurance and resistance athletes can, it will be argued, benefit from higher than recommended protein intakes. I will also explore the role of protein quality and protein timing in terms of stimulating an adaptive advantage to exercise training.

Speaker:
Professor Stuart M. Phillips Ph.D., FACSM, FACN
Department of Kinesiology, McMaster University, CANADA
Exercise Metabolism Research Group – Protein Metabolism Research Lab
Physical Activity Centre for Excellence (PACE) Researcher

*** Original Source: CNS Regional Conference - Advances in Protein Nutrition Across the Lifespan - January 10, 2015

Length: 31:44

Type: Video

Last Updated: March 16, 2015

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