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Brandon J. Green
CEO & Founder Strata International Performance & Drum Mechanics
Muscle system specialist, exercise specialist educator
Masters of Science – Exercise Science; MATRx® Full Body Specialist
Graduated in Sports Science, Physiology and Functional Recovery
BioPerformance Center Director in Madrid; Head of Sports Performance for various brands/teams of motor sports pilots
BSc (Hons) Sport Science from University of Chester, MSc Exercise Physiology from Manchester Metropolitan University and PG Cert in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education from Solent University.
Associate Professor of Sport and Exercise Science at Solent University, Principal investigator at the ukactive Research Institute.
Fitness/Rehab Coach at Wolverhampton
Teacher at EXS Exercise School
Bachelor in Sports Science by Lisbon University, Masters in Sport Rehabilitation by St Marys University. Personal Trainer at Fitness Hut Santos and Clínica do Exercício.
Pedro Asseiceira, teacher at EXS Exercise School, will be doing the opening remarks at the 1st International Exercise Webinar.
João Lapa, Fitness/Rehab Coach at Wolverhampton, will be talking about the the importance of the activation/prehab before training and the main concepts he focus on when is working on players rehab after injury.
James Steel, Doctor and Associate Professor of Sport and Exercise Science at Solent University, will discuss the historical dichotomy between resistance training and ‘cardio’ modalities of exercise. Reviewing recent evidence, it will explore whether, when the effort and duration of exercise is similar, the modality of exercise matters for outcomes including strength, hypertrophy, and cardiorespiratory fitness.
Emiliano Ventura, BioPerformance Center Director in Madrid, will be talking about salutogenesis, biohacking, longevity, human performance and The High level Performance Pillars.
Brandon Green, CEO & Founder Strada International Performance & Drum Mechanics, will be talking about the rethinking warm-up intervention – Post Activation Potenciation Preparation.
Charlie Cates, Masters of Science – Exercise Science and MATRx® Full Body Specialist, will be talking about the fact that we always hear that in order to live a long, healthy life, you need to exercise, but how does exercising actually promote longevity? Furthermore, can any form of exercise promote longevity, or should you be exercising in a very specific manner? Charlie Cates will be discussing four of the more popular theories on what contributes to longevity and how exercise influences each of these. Additionally, he will provide specific recommendations on what you need to be doing with your exercise in order take advantage of all of the longevity-boosting benefits that can exercise can provide.
James Fisher, BSc (Hons) Sport Science from University of Chester, will be challenging the dogma that typically heavy loads are prescribed for maximal strength ( ≥ 85% 1RM/ ≤ 6RM), moderate loads for hypertrophy (67-85% 1RM/6-12RM) and lighter loads for local muscular endurance (LME; ≤ 67% 1RM/ ≥ 12RM).
Pedro Asseiceira, teacher at EXS Exercise School, will be doing the final remarks at the 1st International Exercise Webinar.