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Article ID: 687221

Fueling Victory in the NCAA Football Playoffs

Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association (CPSDA)

Heading into this football season, 67% of Power 5 conference universities employed at least one full-time sports dietitian and had for at least three years. Currently, 72% of those programs employ at least two full-time sports dietitians, a long road from only eight full-time positions in 2004 when Bragg got her start. There has long been an understanding in sports dietetics that by doing a great job to establish the importance of nutrition on performance within a program, you are thereby teaching the next generation of coaches to value fueling as well. An established bit of advice to sports dietitians regarding growth advises ‘the best way to get your next job, is to be great at the one you already have’. The work these four dietitians have done within their respective programs continues to lay the groundwork for more sports dietitians to find their next job and make their mark in collegiate athletics.

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Sports RDs Fueled by Bama Mentorship

Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association (CPSDA)

In an unprecedented occurrence, each of the four football programs participating in the College Football Playoff will feature a sports dietitian (Sports RD) who spent time professionally or scholastically at the University of Alabama. Amy Bragg, Alabama’s Director of Performance Nutrition, has been with the Crimson Tide for eight seasons and has built one of the leading sports nutrition programs in the country.

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New Survey Shows Major Colleges Spending 145% More to Feed Athletes Since NCAA Lifted Meal Restrictions One Year Ago

Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association (CPSDA)

Major college athletic programs ramped up their spending for meals, snacks and dietary supplements to feed athletes, from $534,000 to more than $1.3 million, since the NCAA lifted food restrictions one year ago, according to a survey conducted last month by the Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association (CPSDA).

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Nine of Nation’s Best in Sports Nutrition to Be Honored at Annual CPSDA Conference in Scottsdale May 19-22

Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association (CPSDA)

Many of the most advanced Sports Registered Dietitians in the U.S. will be among 300 convening May 19-22 in Scottsdale, Az for the 6th annual conference of the Collegiate & Professional Sports Dietitians Association (CPSDA) at the Doubletree Hotel by Hilton.

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Performance-Enhancing ‘Food’ Finally Finds Traction

Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association (CPSDA)

Athletic directors and head football coaches at the major colleges have discovered the secret of sports nutrition: it’s less about fueling up before exercise and more about refueling immediately after exercise to rebuild muscle tissue and restore expended nutrients.

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America’s Top Sports Dietitians Convene in St. Louis May 20-23 for 5th Annual Conference

Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association (CPSDA)

All the Registered Dietitians in the U.S. that work fulltime in pro or college athletic programs (“Sports RDs”) would fit comfortably in one Boeing 727. And most of them will be landing in St. Louis May 20th for the 5th annual conference of the Collegiate & Professional Sports Dietitians Association (CPSDA) at the St. Louis Union Station Hotel.

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Sports RDs Urge New NCAA Feeding Rules to Make Athletes ‘Whole Again’ After Exercise

Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association (CPSDA)

Sports registered dietitians working in college and professional sports are asking the NCAA to toss out rules that restrict athletes to only one meal per day and instead permit unlimited interval feedings as needed throughout the day to fully restore athletes and make them ‘whole again.’

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College Football’s Top 25 Competing for ‘Food Coaches’ to Gain Performance Edge

Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association (CPSDA)

“Food coaches” are becoming as hard for colleges to find as accurate, strong-armed quarterbacks, but 14 of the nation’s top 25 college football teams in USA Today’s preseason coaches’ poll have hired at least one full-time sports registered dietitian (Sports RD) in the past few years to shift the emphasis from feeding athletes to fueling them.

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Six National Nutrition Awards to Be Presented May 18

Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association (CPSDA)

Six national awards recognizing special achievement in sports nutrition will be presented on the evening of May 18 by the Collegiate & Professional Sports Dietitians Association (CPSDA) to three sports registered dietitians (Sports RDs), two college students, and the Director of Athletics from the University of Missouri during the awards banquet at the 4th Annual CPSDA Conference and Symposium in St. Pete Beach, Fla.

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'Sports RD' Survey: Nutrition Specialists Laying Claim to Where Food Meets the Field

Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association (CPSDA)

The first survey of sports registered dietitians (Sports RDs) and students of dietetics from the Collegiate & Professional Sports Dietitians Association (CPSDA) confirms that while the “science of nutrition” is trending steadily upward, it’s still perceived to take a back seat to strength training and injury prevention, the other two major factors that enable athletes to perform at their best.

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