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Jeff Rothschild

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Pre-training nutrition strategies with Jeff Rothschild

Mikkipedia

This week on the podcast Mikki chats to Jeff Rothschild, former music producer (who rubbed shoulders with some of her faves, including Jon Bon Jovi) and current doctoral student about his work in pre-exercise nutrition interventions and exercise adaptations. Jeff, under the guidance of Dr Dan Plews and Dr Andy Kilding is changing the landscape on nutrition recommendations pre-exercise and they discuss the practical implications for endurance athletes.  Papers discussed Impact of different pre-training nutrition on training adaptations https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33919779/ What should I eat before exercise?Pre exercise nutrition and the response to training https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33198277/ Survey of eating behaviours pre-exercise https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32702658/ Jeff Rothschild: https://www.eatsleep.fit/?__s=ocs7sw3ow2sjqm4wbskb Twitter and IG @eatsleepfit Mikki's links https://mikkiwilliden.com/https://www.facebook.com/mikkiwillidennutritionhttps://www.instagram.com/mikkiwilliden/https://linktr.ee/mikkiwilliden

58mins

24 Aug 2021

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What do I eat before I train? - Interview with Nutrition Expert Jeff Rothschild, RD, MS, CSSD

Feisty Fox Fire

In this podcast Coach Shangrila Rendon interviews a registered dietician and triathlon nutrition expert Jeff Rothschild, RD, MS, CSSD on what to eat before training. Listen in to find out what to eat before exercising so you don't feel weak afterwards and have the energy you need. Here are some of the questions covered: Do you burn more fat if you work out first thing in the morning without eating? Are there any additional benefits for doing a fasted high intensity interval workout? Does the performance change? Eating for a short vs endurance training? Solid vs liquid foods? Does grams per hour depend on my race finish time?

52mins

5 Apr 2021

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1 More Mile Podcast 12: Jeff Rothschild discusses Pre-Exercise Nutrition Habits and Beliefs of Endurance Athletes

1 More Mile Podcast

Jeff and I discuss his new publication (yet to be released) on pre-Exercise Nutrition Habits and Beliefs of Endurance Athletes Vary by Sex, Competitive Level, and Diet

1hr 1min

4 Sep 2020

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#084 - Ergogenic Aids to Enhance Sports Performance - Jeff Rothschild

humanOS Radio

The market for dietary supplements to enhance sports performance has exploded in recent years. In fact, you may have tried some of these supplements yourself to improve your workouts. Many common supplements, like caffeine, have been studied in the context of immediate performance enhancement, and are used with that goal in mind. But the effect of chronic supplementation, particularly in endurance training, is not as well understood. Furthermore, it is not as clear how performance-enhancing supplements might influence the adaptive response to exercise training. Training-induced adaptations are the product of repeated stimuli from exercise sessions, as well as accumulated changes in gene expression, which gradually result in adaptive changes like greater muscle mass as well as more efficient muscle contractions. Dietary intake of certain substances can, in theory, affect training adaptations in a couple different ways. They can achieve this by simply increasing the exercise stimulus from a single training bout - basically just enabling an athlete to train longer or harder, or reducing perceived exertion. But they may also be able to affect gains in endurance by altering cellular responses to exercise-induced stress. For instance, supplements like buffering agents and antioxidants may modify the cellular signaling response to training by affecting acid-base balance, reactive oxygen species signaling, or redox status. Importantly, these changes in cell signaling may not be universally beneficial from the standpoint of adaptation. This raises a number of interesting questions. How significant is the impact of these supplements from a practical standpoint? And how do we separate acute effects on training duration and intensity from chronic effects on training adaptations? Is it possible that a supplement could simultaneously make it easier for an athlete to exercise hard, but also have effects on cellular signaling that actually have a long-term negative impact on the adaptive response to training?On this episode of humanOS Radio, Dan welcomes Jeff Rothschild to the show. Jeff is a Registered Dietitian with a Master’s in Nutrition Science, and is a Board-Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics (CSSD).He has worked with an impressive array of athletes - his clients include multiple Olympians, State Champions, collegiate All-Americans, and professional tennis players, as well as recreational athletes and folks who are trying to complete their first triathlon. Jeff recently wrote a fascinating review exploring the impact of dietary supplements on adaptations to endurance training. He came on the show to discuss his findings, and what they might mean for athletes and generally active people who want to maximize the time and effort that they dedicate to their training. To learn more about how various nutritional supplements might affect your training - both short and long term - check out the interview!

47mins

22 Apr 2020

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Jeff Rothschild

On The Metal

Some of the highlights of the show include:  Dis-assembling MS-DOS on an IBM PC: https://github.com/microsoft/ms-dos https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MS-DOS PC Interface: allowing a MS-DOS program to use a unix host as its remote filesystem AT&T 3B2 Machine: http://www.unixwiz.net/3b2.html http://bitsavers.trailing-edge.com/pdf/westernElectric/3b20s/234-301-910WE_3B20S_System_Index_and_Description_Jul81.pdf https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/3B_series_computers 32-bit Sigma 7 Machine: http://www.bitsavers.org/pdf/sds/sigma/sigma7/900950J_Sigma7_RefMan_Oct73.pdf https://www.andrews.edu/~calkins/profess/SDSigma7.htm https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SDS_Sigma_series Teletype 110: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teletype_Corporation PDP-10: http://www.bitsavers.org/www.computer.museum.uq.edu.au/pdf/DEC-10-HMAA-D%20PDP-10%20KA10%20Central%20Processor%20Maintenance%20Manual%20Volume%2

1hr 28mins

2 Dec 2019

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Facebook Entrepreneurship with Jeff Rothschild

Business and Philosophy

Jeff Rothschild was one of the earliest engineers to join Facebook. In the 1990s, Jeff had co-founded Veritas Software and helped it to its IPO in 2004. After Veritas, Jeff worked on several other of his own companies. He was working with Accel Partners on investments when he started to learn about Facebook. Accel was an investor in Facebook, having made a large investment in 2005. After the investment, Jeff was helping the company with hiring. As Facebook built out its senior engineering leadership, Jeff realized that he would enjoy working with the company in a more active role. For the next ten years, Jeff Rothschild worked as a VP of infrastructure software at Facebook. He helped scale the company’s infrastructure and architect the technical strategy. By 2005, Jeff’s entrepreneurial background included software companies ranging from storage management to gaming. His diverse skill set was useful for setting product direction as well as solving novel engineering problems. Jeff joins the show to discuss the early days of Facebook and his philosophy of entrepreneurship. Sponsorship inquiries: sponsor@softwareengineeringdaily.com Check out our active projects: We are hiring a head of growth. If you like Software Engineering Daily and consider yourself competent in sales, marketing, and strategy, send me an email: jeff@softwareengineeringdaily.com FindCollabs is a place to build open source software. The SEDaily app for iOS and Android includes all 1000 of our old episodes, as well as related links, greatest hits, and topics. Subscribe for ad-free episodes. The post Facebook Entrepreneurship with Jeff Rothschild appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

1hr 5mins

28 Oct 2019

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Facebook Entrepreneurship with Jeff Rothschild

Software Daily

Jeff Rothschild was one of the earliest engineers to join Facebook. In the 1990s, Jeff had co-founded Veritas Software and helped it to its IPO in 2004. After Veritas, Jeff worked on several other of his own companies. He was working with Accel Partners on investments when he started to learn about Facebook.Accel was an investor in Facebook, having made a large investment in 2005. After the investment, Jeff was helping the company with hiring. As Facebook built out its senior engineering leadership, Jeff realized that he would enjoy working with the company in a more active role.For the next ten years, Jeff Rothschild worked as a VP of infrastructure software at Facebook. He helped scale the company’s infrastructure and architect the technical strategy. By 2005, Jeff’s entrepreneurial background included software companies ranging from storage management to gaming. His diverse skill set was useful for setting product direction as well as solving novel engineering problems.Jeff joins the show to discuss the early days of Facebook and his philosophy of entrepreneurship.

28 Oct 2019

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TFP 105: The Best Diet for Your Tennis Game with Jeff Rothschild

The Tennis Files Podcast

On Episode 105 of The Tennis Files Podcast, I spoke with dietician Jeff Rothschild about different types of diets and which ones are the best and worst for competitive tennis players  Jeff is a Registered Dietitian (RD) and NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with a Master’s degree in Nutritional Science. Jeff’s clients include Mike Bryan, Stefan Kozlov, and James Valentine from Maroon 5. He has also worked with other elite ATP and NCAA tennis players, endurance athletes, boxers, swimmers, and a number of touring musicians at TriFit in Santa Monica, CA.  It was great to have Jeff back on the podcast to talk about how food affects your body and why certain diets are good for tennis players while others aren't conducive to performing your best on the court.  I hope you enjoy this podcast episode about the best diet for your tennis game with Jeff and find it helpful! Let us know what you think about it in the comments below! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

55mins

1 Aug 2019

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1 More Mile Podcast 9: Discussing ACSM19 with Jeff Rothschild

1 More Mile Podcast

Jeff and I review what we saw at this year's American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/1-more-mile-podcast/support

57mins

30 Jun 2019

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1 More Mile Podcast 8: Sports Nutrition for all with Jeff Rothschild

1 More Mile Podcast

Jeff Rothschild, RD, comes packing serious nutrition heat for this final podcast of 2018.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/1-more-mile-podcast/support

1hr 17mins

31 Dec 2018

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