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ENDURANCE TRAINING (running, jogging, swimming, biking, etc.) can dramatically increase the required amounts. .55 to .64 grams of protein per pound of bodyweight per day. So now that 180 pound person should take in 99 to 115 grams of protein every day.

STRENGTH TRAINING (moving weights) bumps it up even further. .73 to .78 grams of protein per pound of bodyweight per day. In this category that 180 pound person would need 131 to 140 grams of protein each day.

ENDURANCE &TRENGTH TRAINING is the same as strength training. .73 to .78 grams of protein per pound of bodyweight per day. In this category that 180 pound person would need 131 to 140 grams of protein each day.

If you’re a VEGETARIAN it is suggested you increase your protein intake above suggested levels by another 10%. The increase is because plant proteins are considered lower quality and they don’t have as many of the essential amino acids that animal proteins do. The 10% increase is to make up for those deficiencies. (There is one exception. Soy protein does contain all the essential amino acids.)

PREGNANT WOMEN generally need an extra 10 grams of protein per day above suggested levels.

WOMEN WHO ARE NURSING typically need 15 grams a day extra the first 6 months, dropping to 12 grams a day extra the second six months.

Supplement companies suggest much higher levels of protein consumption, from 1 to 2 grams of protein per pound of bodyweight per day. Unfortunately, these higher levels are based on anecdotal evidence and not controlled clinical trials.

How much protein is too much?

The Food and Nutrition Board of the Institute of Medicine suggest that if more than 35% of you total daily calories are protein, you’re probably eating too much. Excess protein can’t be stored in the body (like fat and carbs) so eating too much may put a strain on the kidneys and liver.

Classes are Portfolio Production and Game Stuido

Class Information

Portfolio Production

GAM-44-34153

Prerequisite: GAM-23 or GAM-32 or GAM-46 or GAM-48 or GAM-52 or MUC-6 or [ART-22, ART-39, CIS-59, CIS-66, CIS-78B, CIS-79 and CIS-81] or [CIS-68 and CIS-75] Description: Creative organization and presentation of a body of work exhibiting portfolio-quality aptitude. Covers all aspects of creation and presentation of a professional portfolio for students of multimedia majors such as 3D modeling, animation, game design, game programming, mobile applications development and graphic design. Students will edit existing work to emphasize individual strengths and areas of specialization. Compilation of a professional resume and mock interviews will be completed by each student. 18 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.

This section is a web-enhanced class. Internet access is required. Designated laboratory hours are included in the meeting times for this class.


Units

2.00


02/12/18

06/07/18

02/23/18

02/25/18

05/11/18

02/23/18


Meeting Information

Web Enhanced Lecture Tuesday 06:30 – 07:20 PM,
Web Enhanced Lab Thursday 06:30 – 07:20 PM
Web Enhanced Lab Tuesday, Thursday 07:30 – 08:35 PM

Industrial Technology, Room 202

Class 2


Class Information

Game Studio: Environments

GAM-79C-34162

Prerequisite: GAM-46 Description: This is the culminating class in the area of developing environments and vehicles for games. Students work in interdisciplinary teams to develop and complete an original digital game. The classroom production environment utilizes game industry production practices and constructs including milestones and deliverables. Upon completion of the course students will have an original working digital game demo, that is feature and content complete and portfolio ready. 54 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory. (TBA option)

This section is a short term web-enhanced class. Internet access is required. Designated laboratory hours are included in the meeting times for this class. Please note the start and end dates.


Units

4.00

 

Meeting Information

02/23/2018 – 06/01/2018 Web Enhanced LectureFriday 08:00AM – 12:05PM, Industrial Technology, Room 125
02/23/2018 – 06/01/2018 Web Enhanced LabFriday 12:30PM – 04:35PM, Industrial Technology, Room 125