How Hormones and Metabolism Changes the Training Game for Females

by Scott Josephson, MS, RD

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If you work with women, you don’t want to miss this jam-packed video. We’ll dive into metabolism and discuss how it is affected by many factors, including fuel availability, genetic disposition, diet, training and hormonal changes. In addition, we’ll talk about protein, fat and carbohydrate intake in conjunction with various exercise protocols to help with weight management. Lastly, we’ll examine what hormonal changes occur when women engage in a rock-solid weight training program. Walk away with useful tips to guide your female clients to gorgeous results.

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Video Chapters

1. Introduction
2. Facts & Considerations
3. Hormones
4. Peri-Menopause
5. B.E.S.T. Program
6. Muscle Fiber Recruitment
7. Hyperplasia
8. Hip and Spine Bone Loading
9. Post Exercise Metabolism
10. Nutrient Intake

About the Presenter

Scott Josephson, MS, RD

Scott Josephson, MS, RD IDEA Author/Presenter

Scott is a nationally recognized award winning speaker who has been published over 100 times, and has been featured in educational webinars, videos and DVDs sold worldwide. As a well-recognized industry leader with extensive experience, Scott delivers tremendous passion and influence to vast audiences, associations, communities, corporations, private groups and a vast array of health, fitness and wellness professionals. Scott is the recipient of the 2005 Director of the Year for Teaching Excellence, the 2010 Specialty Presenter of the Year, the 2011 Citizen of the Year Award, and is on the International Advisory Boards for the American Fitness Professionals and Associates, and the Canadian Fitness Professionals and Associates. He previous served as an operating partner at The Center for Nutritional Research and Treatment, and as the Director of Operations at the world-renowned Hippocrates Health Institute.