Body Recomposition Through Base Training and Nutrition Webinar

In this webinar, Dr. Burgess helps coaches, trainers and athletes understand they can use base performance testing and body composition testing to understand you or your athletes or clients’ current state of conditioning. She also discusses how you can develop a proper training and nutrition plan to bring your athletes, clients, or yourself back to the levels they were at pre-COVID while avoiding overtraining, undereating, and more.

About the Speaker

Image of Victoria Burgess, PhD, CISSN Tactical Athlete Nutrition, CEO Concordia University Chicago, Adjunct FacultyVictoria Burgess, PhD, CISSN is the founder and CEO of Tactical Athlete Nutrition +Performance, in which she writes performance and nutrition programming for athletes of various disciplines, including Tactical Athletes and also the general population. She is an adjunct at Concordia University in the undergrad, masters and doctoral program (KIN and HHP). She graduated with her Ph.D. from Concordia University, Chicago in Leadership, Health and Human Performance. She is a CISSN (certified sports nutritionist) through the International Society of Sports Nutrition. Prior to working in the performance/nutrition field, she served as a Firefighter/Paramedic for 16 years in south Florida. Aside from her past and present careers, she is also a water sports professional, and holds a Guinness World Record in standup paddleboarding being the first female to paddle board 115 mile from Cuba to Key West in under 28 hours, non-stop. She competes nationally and internationally in SUP and surfing.

About the Webinar Series

This webinar was a part of the Return to Play webinar series for coaches, trainers and athletes of any level who want to learn proven, research-based strategies for athletes to retrain, recondition and return to peak performance in a post-pandemic world. You can view more of this webinar series by clicking on the links below:

Coaching Recreational Sports in a Post-Covid World”

Nutrition Strategies To Reduce Injuries and Facilitate Healing”

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