Taking control of your destiny – optimising endurance performance seminar. Melbourne (coming soon).
May 29th, 2017 - Taking control of your destiny – optimising endurance performance - Melbourne seminar (coming soon)
This relaxed and informative seminar will focus on the latest evidence based knowledge on how to apply effective training, recovery & accessible scientific methods to improve performance & health. Key focus points will include;
- Common mistakes made by athletes when planning their training and competition needs
- Improving tolerance to heat & fatigue
- Controversies surrounding popular nutritional and training practices
- Effective performance monitoring and recovery methods to consider
- Future directions of endurance science/ technology and practices
- Important considerations for older athletes
Health and injury management are challenges for athletes of all ages and ability. This seminar will also highlight common “road blocks” to performance progression - with a focus on proactive solutions.
Duration: 60min + 15min Q&A discussion time.
Athletes; coaches; teachers; parents; and anyone with an interest in human performance.
Dr Simon Sostaric (PhD., BAppSc.,AEP.,AES), is a distinguished exercise physiologist, sports scientist and researcher, with 25 years’ experience in professional sport and clinical practice. Simon is the founder of Melbourne Sports & Allied Health Clinic, and a global sport & exercise consultant.
Simon’s sporting expertise encompasses middle/long distance running; cycling; triathlon; adventure sports; motor racing; football.
In healthcare, Simon specialises in the effects of exercise prescription & lifestyle modification on metabolic and cardiovascular diseases; fatigue; cancer and autoimmune disorders.
Simon’s research expertise includes; training induced fatigue; muscle damage; systemic inflammation; metabolic, hormonal & electrolyte disturbances during exercise; immune dysfunction; heat and hypoxic physiology. His research outcomes have been presented nationally, internationally, and published in high impact peer reviewed journals.