IS MORE PROTEIN BETTER?
Discover the world of sport management through the AISTS Sports Medicine podcast, featuring interviews with leading experts, professionals and academics.
Sport medicine is one of the scientific disciplines of the AISTS Master of Advanced Studies programme and is led by Dr Boris Gojanovic. It brings participants up to speed with the current challenges in maintaining a healthy and performing human athletic body.
This month’s AISTS Sport Medicine podcast, presented by David Wardle and Kanav Dosajh, class of 2017, provide answers to the question – is more protein better? In sport, it is typically thought that more protein is better. This podcast looks more closely at whether athletes eat too much protein and how this could impact their performance. We all need protein for some basic bodily functions such as: supporting the immune system and for the production of hormones, neurotransmitters and enzymes and it is important for athletes because it is used for recovery and skeletal muscle adaption. But is more protein better? Find out with this months AISTS Sport Medicine podcast via Soundcloud, the Apple Podcast app or below.
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To learn more about the AISTS Master of Advanced Studies in Sport Administration and Technology, visit www.aists.org/MASinSportAdministration
About the AISTS
The International Academy of Sports Science and Technology (AISTS) was founded in 2000 by the IOC and leading Swiss institutions and universities. A not-for-profit foundation, the AISTS is committed to professionalising sports management through continuing education, applied research and an engaging platform for industry connections. Our flagship programme is the postgraduate Master of Advanced Studies in Sport Administration and Technology – educating aspiring sport managers from all over the world since 2003. Each year, the AISTS delivers over 900 hours of continuing education, workshops, seminars and projects, bringing together over 100 international sports experts in the sciences of Management, Technology, Law, Medicine, and Sociology – all in the efforts of building a better world through sport.