Health and Performance Clinic - Public Education Seminar Series Event as iCalendar

(Seminars)

17 May 2017

9:30 - 10:30am

Venue: Building 750A, Colin Maiden Park

Location: Gate 5, 71 Merton Road, St Johns, Auckland

Presented by Department of Exercise Sciences – Master of Science: Clinical Exercise Physiology students

Tea and coffee provided - please RSVP to tyler.elliott@auckland.ac.nz

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TIME

PRESENTER

TOPIC

April 5th  9:30-10:00 am

Jenna

Keeping old age and fragility at bay by developing muscular power

April 5th  10:00-10:30 am

Amerson

The science behind stroke: How to act FAST

April 12th  9:30-10:00 am

Rachel

Should I eat before, during or after training? Meal type and timing for exercise training

April 12th 10:00-10:30 am

Giuliana

The real “vibe” behind vibration training

April 19th  9:30-10:00 am

Marius

How Sedentary Behavior affects my health

April 19th10:00-10:30 am

Justin

Is power training/high-velocity training appropriate for older adults with heart disease?

April 26th  9:30-10:00 am

Mandy

Exercise and immune function: Should I exercise when I’m sick?

April 26th 10:00-10:30 am

Tracy

Why is it important to stay hydrated before, during and after exercise?

May 3rd  9:30-10:00 am

Laura

What is physical activity and how much should I do for my health?

May 3rd  10:00-10:30 am

Yolanda

What is foam rolling and why is it important in exercise training and rehabilitation?

May 10th   9:30-10:00 am

Nathan

The importance of setting SMART goals to guide your exercise training

May 10th  10:00-10:30 am

Kelly

Blood pressure - The ups and downs

May 17th  9:30-10:00 am

Emily

Why is it important to establish and maintain flexibility as we get older?

May 17th  10:00-10:30 am

Andy

Exercise, overindulgence and atrial fibrillation

May 24th 9:30-10:00 am

Josh

Resistance training – Why training your muscles with weights can help your heart

May 24th 10:00-10:30 am

John

What to look for when choosing a sports shoe

May 31st 9:30-10:00 am

Manu

Commercial fitness & activity trackers, their reliability, validity and role in rehabilitation