News Monitoring Training Load and Athlete Recovery Evening Monitoring Training Load and Athlete Recovery Evening

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Report by Ian Lockyer
2018-01-06 14:24:50

Monitoring Training Load and Athlete Recovery Evening

I have another invitation to an information evening ‘Monitoring training load and athlete recovery’ taking place on the 19th January at 18:30 at Medway Park sports centre in the University of Kent sports science laboratory, Mill Road, Gillingham, Kent ME7 1HF.

The presentation will be delivered by Hannah Sangan; a current PhD student at the University of Kent, investigating the individual optimisation of endurance performance. The evening is open to anyone interested in learning more about the following topics.

•        How to accurately monitor training load

•         Over-training Syndrome and how to prevent it

•         How best to monitor athlete’s response to training

•         How sports science can help improve endurance performance

The evening will also be an opportunity to learn more about the current research taking place at the University of Kent ‘The utility of a submaximal warm-up for monitoring athlete responses to endurance training’ and how you can get involved.

As well as sharing information,  the evening will be an opportunity for Hannah to hear about your experiences in either coaching or participating in endurance sports and how you believe sports science can contribute to improved performance.

The evening is free to attend, should you like to come along please email Hannah Sangan at hfs5@kent.ac.uk

 

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