11th Annual Strength and Conditioning Student Conference

Event information

START DATE 7 March 2020
START TIME 09:00am
LOCATION

Middlesex University, The Burroughs, London NW4 4BT

END DATE 7 March 2020
END TIME 05:00pm

Keynote 1: Dr. Anthony Turner

Building a high performance model for sport: The role of data, intuition and purpose.

Keynote 2:Neil Gibson

‘Do anything you wanna do’: What can Eddie and the Hot Rods teach us about high intensity interval training?

PhD Presentation 1:Tom Dos’Santos

Training strategies to improve change of direction performance and reduce injury risk.

PhD Presentation 2: Sylvia Moeskops

Project SPRING: Developing strength and power in young female gymnasts.

Keynote 3: Dr. Richard Blagrove

How can strength training ‘fast track’ endurance athletes to better performances?

Keynote 4: Dr. Tim Suchomel

Training the force-velocity curve: Resistance training applications.

Price: £40 including hot lunch to celebrate our 11th Anniversary.

Address: Middlesex University, The Burroughs, Hendon, London, NW4 4BT.

Travel info: 5 minutes’ walk from Hendon Underground (Northern line) and Overground (Thameslink), and 1 mile from M1 (exit 2). For more on travel and directions, see link.

Parking: Parking is free on site on Saturdays (Greyhound Hill car park).

For registration please visit our Onlinestore.

For further information, please contact Chris Bishop: C.Bishop@mdx.ac.uk

Conference Timetable

Registration with coffee, tea and biscuits: 09:30-10:00

Keynote 1: 10:00-10:50 (including a brief opening address)

Dr. Anthony Turner: Associate Professor in Strength and Conditioning at Middlesex University

Title: Building a high performance model for sport: The role of data, intuition and purpose.

Coffee, tea and biscuits: 10:50-11:20

Keynote 2: 11:20-12:10

Neil Gibson: Director of Sport, Performance and Health at Oriam Sports Performance Centre

Title: ‘Do anything you wanna do’: What can Eddie and the Hot Rods teach us about high intensity interval training?

Coffee, tea and biscuits:12:10-12:40

PhD Students:12:40-13:30

Session 1 (12:40-13:05): Tom Dos’Santos, University of Salford

Title: Training strategies to improve change of direction performance and reduce injury risk.

Session 2 (13:05-13:30): Sylvia Moeskops, Cardiff Met University

Title: Project SPRING: Developing strength and power in young female gymnasts.  

Lunch: 13:30-14:50

Keynote 3:14:50-15:40

Dr. Rich Blagrove: Programme Leader MSc Strength and Conditioning, Loughborough University

Title: How can strength training ‘fast track’ endurance athletes to better performances?

Coffee, tea and biscuits:15:40-16:10

Keynote 4:16:10-17:00

Dr. Tim Suchomel: Assistant Professor at Carroll University, Wisconsin, USA

Title: Training the force-velocity curve: Resistance training applications.

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