ST Webinar: Carlos Balsalobre – Use Of Phone Apps To Test, Plan And Understand Training

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Carlos Balsalobre: Use Of Phone Apps To Test, Plan And Understand Training

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A WEBINAR WITH AN EXPERT IN EXERCISE PERFORMANCE AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES

THE PRESENTER

Carlos Balsalobre
“I’m a sports scientist from the Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain. My main interests are exercise performance, strength training, and new technologies. I have a PhD. and two MSc. on High Performance in Sports and I’ve authored 50+ scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals. I’m also an iOS developer, and creator of My Jump Lab, popular validated apps to measure performance with hundreds of thousands of downloads worldwide. I’ve worked as a consultant in elite sports with NBA teams and Olympic runners, among others.”
You can follow him on: 
Twitter: @balsalobrephd
Instagram @balsalobrephd
Website carlos-balsalobre.com
Check out his research on Research Gate: Carlos Balsalobre

We welcome coaches and professionals from different countries and are glad to offer such a learning opportunity and experience to truly learn from the worlds’ best. To learn and prepare for the webinar you can read and listen to some of the interviews, podcasts, and articles done with him:

One Track Mind Podcast #47: The importance of science communication in sport - Carlos Balsalobre
Pacey Performance Podcast #237: Developing the most influential apps in sports science and what’s next - Carlos Balsalobre
Science for Sport Podcasts: Gamechanger -  Download An Entire Lab In Your Pocket - Carlos Balsalobre
iBiomechanics Podcast 12: Carlos Balsalobre [Spanish]

THE AGENDA

The webinar is almost 4 hours long and packed with quality (practical) content! The webinar agenda is as follows:

Carlos Balsalobre: Use Of Phone Apps To Test, Plan And Understand Training

1. Force-velocity relationship: basic concepts and practical applications.
2. Velocity-based training: methodological aspects.
3. Jump testing.
4. 1RM estimation using velocity data.
5. Update on new technologies to measure jumping and VBT: the power of AI in your phone.
6. Discussion (Q&A)

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