BASES Sport and Performance Division Event - 18 March

30th January 2020

Managing Fatigue & Enhancing Recovery

Wednesday, 18 March 2020
(10:00 - 16:00) 

Event now FULL

Location: Newman University, Birmingham
Price: Free to members
BASES credits: 5

Overview:

Content presented on the day will explore how practitioners in different contexts are monitoring and managing fatigue and enhancing recovery. It will be an opportunity for those present to learn from those who may operate in constraints based environments and different sporting contexts.

Abstracts:

Content presented on the day will explore how practitioners in different contexts are monitoring and managing fatigue and enhancing recovery in different athletic populations. It will be an opportunity for those present to learn from those who may operate in constraints based environments and different sporting contexts. Do you have some emerging research you would like to present? If so please email an abstract to Ibrahim.Akubat@staff.newman.ac.uk by the 15th of February 2020. We would particularly like to encourage early career and post graduate BASES members to take this.

Agenda:

Schedule Subject to Change.

10am: Welcome – Dr Adam Grainger &Dr Ibrahim Akubat

10.10am: Philosophical underpinnings of managing fatigue in the pursuit of performance – Dr Ibrahim Akubat (Newman University)

10.30am: Wellbeing. Is it that simple? Dr Richard Taylor (Newman University) & Dr Shaun McLaren (Rugby Football League)

11.00am: Better recovery needs lateral thought – Ross Burbeary (Rotherham Utd)

11.15am: Title TBC - Dr Tony Myers (Newman University) & Shaun McLaren (Rugby Football League)

12.00pm: Division Meeting

12.15pm: Lunch & Networking

1pm: Invited Presentations

2.00pm: Using dRPE to inform recovery modality – Dr Steve Barrett (Playermaker)

2.45pm: Break

3.00pm: Managing Fatigue & Recovery in International Hockey – Dr Adam Grainger (Ireland Hockey).

3.40pm: Panel Discussion

4.00pm: Close

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