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Fatigue symposium, Australia, 20-22 July 2009

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    Charles Sturt University invites you to register for the FUTURE OF FATIGUE IN EXERCISE SYMPOSIUM - An International Symposium on the Limits to Exercise
    Message 1 of 1 , May 4, 2009
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      Charles Sturt University invites you

      to register for the 

      'FUTURE OF FATIGUE IN EXERCISE SYMPOSIUM

       - An International Symposium on the Limits to Exercise Performance'

       Monday 20th - 22nd July, 2009

       

      Venue: York Fairmont Resort, Blue Mountains, NSW

      Early Bird rates are just $250 for Professionals and $60 for Students!

       

      The exciting line-up of international and nationally recognised speakers include:

      Professor Tim Noakes - The Central Governor Theory and Fatigue During Exercise  

                                      - The VO2Max and the Central Governor - A Different Understanding

      Professor Stephen Cheung - Neuromuscular Fatigue in Exercise

      Professor Mark Hargreaves - Metabolic Factors in Fatigue

      Professor Robert Robergs - Fatigue and Metabolic Acidosis in Exercise

      Professor Frank Marino - Anticipating Fatigue During Exercise

      Professor David Pyne & Dr. David Martin - Managing Fatigue in Elite Athletes: Insights from Individual and Team Sports

      Professor Caroline Finch, Professor Ann Williamson and Dr. Brendan O'Brien: The Evidence Linking Fatigue to Injury Risk and Prevention

      Dr. Janet Taylor - Central Mechanisms Determining Muscle Performance in Fatigue

      Dr. Jack Cannon - Cancer-fatigue in Exercise

      Dr. Rob Duffield & Dr. Aaron Coutts - Game-Specific Regulation of Exercise Intensity and Fatigue in Team-Sport Matches

       

      REGISTER ONLINE: www.edu.au/faculty/educat/human/fatigue-symposium

       

      For further information please contact Kate Riley: P: (+61) 02 6338 4064

                                                                         E: kariley@...

       

       

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