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Aspetar Recreational Athlete Clinic - Science to Practice Seminar Series

  • Feb 11, 2019
  • Aspetar - Auditorium Room (1st Floor)

"Bike Night"

As part of the new Aspetar Recreational Athlete Clinic Service, we invite you to a free knowledge sharing session with our experts
The Evening will consist of two 15-20 min informal presentations followed by Q&A’s

Today’s modern cyclist is faced with many technical terms such as FTP, TSS, Critical power and decisions to make on their physical preparation. From our experience this has created a lot of questions and confusion.

Session 1

"Training with a Power Meter: Understanding Threshold Power and Training Load Metrics to Maximize Performance", by Dr Nathan Townsend, Research Scientist, Aspetar

For people who train with a power meter or are thinking about investing in one, session one looks to examine what and how to use the data to maximize their training

Session 2

“Getting physically stronger for the Bike: Myths and facts” By Brendan Maloney, Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Aspetar
Will offer an opportunity to look at the role of “strength” to maximize bike performance and solutions to account for busy lifestyles and levels of equipment access. 


Location: Aspetar Auditorium

Time:  1900 – 2000

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  • Aspetar - Auditorium Room (1st Floor)

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