Pre and post-exercise stretching: is there any effect on muscle soreness or injury prevention? Event as iCalendar

(Exercise Sciences, Science Event Tags)

13 June 2018

6 - 7pm

Venue: Rm 240 (Teaching Lab),

Location: Department of Exercise Sciences, Bldg 907 End of Suiter St., Newmarket

Host: Department of Exercise Sciences

Cost: Free BUT only limited seats are available

Contact info: RSVP to hrc@auckland.ac.nz or call 9232540 to ensure you get a seat

Contact email: hrc@auckland.ac.nz


Join us on Wednesday evening for the final seminar in the Department of Exercise Sciences' public education seminar series.

Tonight we feature three speakers:

  • Matthew Ross | Pre and post-exercise stretching: is there any effect on muscle soreness or injury prevention?
  • Yifan Zhang | Using exercise training to improve functional capacity in patients living with moderate COPD
  • Richard Huang | Improving your posture to reduce lower back pain

Join us for refreshments prior to the start of the seminar - and please remember to RSVP as we have limited seats available.

There is free parking on-site.

 

Previous seminars in this series

06 June

  • Carys Ward | Training for surgery: Why exercise training before going under the knife can make recovery easier
  • Shaun Salter | Are physical activity trackers and other wearable devices to monitor exercise worth buying?
  • Deepna Nathu | The mental and emotional health benefits of physical activity


30 May

  • Jessica Cadenhead | The active couch-potato
  • Kevin Giang | What’s keeping you from exercising and being physically active? Identifying and overcoming your barriers.
  • Hamish Horne | How sleep affects your health and wellbeing


23 May

  • Sarah Peek | Why is aerobic exercise good for my cardiovascular system when I have a chronic illness?
  • Rakesh Patel | Why does aerobic exercise improve your blood pressure?
  • Jack Tai | Can I walk my way to better health?