Coaches, Parents, Girls and Women, a paradigm shift in the world of health and nutrition has begun!
Why do women feel flat despite eating well and working out the same way as their male colleagues? The answer lies in gender bias.
Historically, sports nutrition studies were conducted on men and the results assumed to be the same for women. Stacy explains why this this presumption is not correct. Her talk will empower us all to ask questions of the sports nutrition status quo.
Stacy Sims, PhD, is an Environmental Exercise Physiologist and Nutrition Scientist specialising in sex differences; and she is the author of ROAR. Stacy is widely recognised as a visionary for her thought leadership across the sports performance industry.
Stacy Sims is a question-asker and boat rocker (disruptor) when it comes to human performance and physiology.
She has asked the questions her academic predecessors said were too difficult to answer and gone after those answers.
Stacy has been widely recognized as a visionary for her thought leadership across the sports performance industry and will leave our audience with new insights into how to better understand themselves and biohack their routines for better performance. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx