Recorded Symposium Session: Recovery for RDs: The Role of Self-Care in Health and Fitness
Mindful recovery practices are the “it” topic among athletes and everyday folks alike – from sleep to foam rolling, foods to eat, special mattresses and even pajamas. For athletes, using every possible strategy to stay at the top of the game is key, but what about for the athlete where a field, gym, or pool isn’t the main stage? This warrior puts in 10-12 hours each day at the office, then plays Uber driver for their kids, all while juggling their own self-care needs. These special “athletes” need to recover too.
Dana White, MS, RD, ATC, and Chris Mohr, PhD, RD, have worked with all levels of athletes – from “traditional” athletes to road warrior executives – with the mission of helping them stay at the top of their game. Join them for a session where their guidance, expertise, and strategies can help you implement recovery plans for your clients and yourself!
After attending this session, nutrition professionals should be able to:
- Understand the role of recovery nutrition in health and fitness.
- Describe how sleep plays a vital role in the recovery process.
- Demonstrate and teach muscle recovery practices.
- Implement techniques and strategies for recovery both personally and professionally.
Christopher Mohr, PhD, RD, is a nutrition spokesperson and consultant to a number of media outlets and corporations. Current and past clients include Under Armour, Reebok, Johnson and Johnson, Deloitte and the General Mills Bell Institute of Health, among others.
Dr. Mohr is on the Men’s Health Magazine Advisory Board, works closely with select WWE athletes and was the consulting sports nutritionist for the Cincinnati Bengals. His expertise has offered him the opportunity to speak at the White House, the CIA, FBI and to audiences in over 10 countries and almost all 50 states. He’s appeared on TV with Chef Emeril Lagasse and collaborated with LL Cool J on his NY Times Bestselling Book “The Platinum Workout.” He is known for translating complex nutrition subjects into simple, useable strategies for his clients through his speaking engagements and the 100’s of magazine articles he’s contributed to and written.
Dr. Mohr has Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Nutrition, from Penn State and the University of Massachusetts, respectively and has a PhD in exercise physiology from the University of Pittsburgh. He is also a registered dietitian.
The presenter has the following relevant disclosures to report regarding this program: Pharmavite, Clif Bar, Men's Health, NOW Foods. He has certified that no conflict of interest exists for this program. View our disclosure policy.
Dana Angelo White, MS, RD, ATC, is a registered dietitian, certified athletic trainer, cookbook author, journalist, and nutrition and fitness consultant. She specializes in culinary nutrition and sports nutrition.
Dana is the sports dietitian and associate clinical professor of Athletic Training and Sports Medicine at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut. She has been practicing as a certified athletic trainer for almost 20 years and as a dual credentialed dietitian and ATC for nearly fifteen. She is a member of the USOC Sports Dietitian Registry and National Athletic Trainers’ Association liaison to SCAN.
Dana has served on advisory boards for Verywell, Greatist, Applegate, Chobani, and Healthy Happy Kids. She was a consultant for Follow Productions on seasons two and three of Bobby Deen’s show Not My Mama’s Meals and has worked as a media spokesperson for Gatorade, the National Honey Board, National Mango Board, Hidden Valley’s Love Your Veggies Program and Cooking Light magazine. She has made appearances on Good Day Street Talk, Food Network.com, Access Hollywood, ABC Nightly News, NBC Connecticut, GMA Health, New York Live and Better Connecticut.
Dana’s work has been featured on Food Network.com, Verywell.com, Cooking Light.com, Today’s Dietitian, SHAPE, SEVENTEEN, Prevention, Muscle & Fitness, Men’s Fitness, and Maxim magazine. She is the author of My Sports Dietitian e-cookbooks for athletes and is the author of 7 cookbooks including First Bites: Superfoods for Babies and Toddlers (2015), The Healthy Air Fryer Cookbook (2017), The Healthy Instant Pot Cookbook (2018) Healthy Quick and Easy Smoothies (2018). Dana has 3 more cookbooks being released in 2020.
Dana earned her master’s degree in nutrition education from Teachers’ College-Columbia University and bachelor’s degree from Quinnipiac University in Sports Medicine.
The presenter has the following relevant disclosures to report regarding this program: Food Network, KIND Bar, National Honey Board, Seafood Nutrition Partnership. She has certified that no conflict of interest exists for this program. View our disclosure policy.
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