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Hot or cold bath for recovery, adaptation and acclimation?
In this webinar recording 3 experts discuss the role of hot and cold water immersion for recovery, adaptation and acclimation.
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3 talks on ice or hot baths
We hear the latest science on ice or hot baths for athletes
Neil Walsh, Shona Halson, and Cas Fuchs will discuss the latest science around hot and cold baths for athletes
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Bonus Q&A session
Shona Halson, and Cas Fuchs
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Meet the speakers...
Professor Shona halson
Professor Shona Halson is the Deputy Director of the SPRINT Research Centre at ACU’s School of Behavioural and Health Sciences. Prior to this she was the Head Recovery Physiologist at the Australian Institute of Sport for over 15 years and has led the Recovery team at three Olympic campaigns with the Australian Olympic Committee. Her research focuses on sleep, recovery and fatigue and she has published over 160 peer-reviewed articles and multiple book chapters. Shona provides consultancy services to the Australian Open Tennis Tournament and Nike as well as a number of national and international professional sporting teams.
PROFESSOR NEIL WALSH
Neil is a professor at the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences at Liverpool John Moores University. Prior to this he spent 19 years at Bangor University where his team has produced leading research on: nutritional strategies to avoid immune suppression and infection; practical strategies to acclimate to the heat; and, new techniques for non-invasive biomonitoring of athletes and soldiers. Neil has published widely in international journals, co-authored a textbook in Exercise Immunology and led a highly cited consensus statement on exercise and immunity.
Dr Cas Fuchs
Dr. Cas Fuchs is a postdoctoral research fellow at the department of Human Biology at Maastricht University Medical Center+. Cas also performed his PhD within the same department, where he investigated the impact of several strategies (such as carbohydrate and protein intake as well as cooling and heating of the muscles) on post-exercise muscle recovery.
Currently, Cas is primarily performing research focusing on body composition methods, the non-invasive assessment of liver and muscle glycogen as well as the impact of cooling and heating strategies on muscle physiology.
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