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Clive Brewer (East Tennessee State University): Are you making the athlete better?

Clive Brewer is the Performance Director for the Center for Coaching Excellence / Assistant Professor of Sports Science at ETSU. He consults internationally, supporting Olympic Athletes such as Galen Rupp in his preparation for 2021 Olympics. Clive also leads on coach development education programs internationally – for example, the restructure of...

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Ash Cox (Edge Hill University): Are we missing a prime opportunity to equip adolescents for resistance training?

Ash’s academic foundations include 3 undergraduate degrees: in Strength and Conditioning, Sports and Exercise Science and Exercise Rehabilitation. Additionally He has post graduate qualifications in Sports and Exercise Medicine and Nutrition, whilst working towards a PhD in Sports and Exercise Science. Throughout his career he has lectured and worked at...

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David “Jacko” Jackson (Rooted Life): Breathing Basics.

David Jackson is an Advanced Oxygen Advantage breathwork coach, a former professional rugby player, Accredited UKSCA Strength & Conditioning coach, NASM performance enhancement & corrective exercise specialist and co-founder of the School of Calisthenics that combines movement and breathwork to develop freedom in our bodies and minds. Having worked with professional &...

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Ivi Casagrande (FA Women’s Super League Club): Empowering female athletes to manage the menstrual cycle.

Ivi Casagrande was a scholarship athlete playing for the soccer team at Bowling Green State University where she got her Bachelor’s degree in Pre-Medicine. After graduating, she played semi-profesionally at Toledo Villa before pursuing a master’s degree in Kinesiology at Bowling Green State University and serving as the Sports Performance...

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Dr Sylvia Moeskops (Cardiff Metropolitan University): Nature or Nurture – Can young females benefit from strength training?

Dr Sylvia Moeskops is a lecturer in Strength and Conditioning at Cardiff Metropolitan University. She has recently completed her PhD which investigated the effects of growth, maturation and training on strength and power development in young female artistic gymnasts. Her interest in the topic was inspired from her experiences as...

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