Thursday 19th March, 2015
1:30pm to 5:30pm
The world of sport is constantly pushing the boundaries of human capability, enabling people to understand how to achieve more and recover more quickly. This progress is fuelled by measurements of imperceptible changes in movement and health parameters, tailored to the individual and their sporting needs. This insightful half-day event will examine the benefits of combining gross movement geolocation with precise physical measurements to enable conclusions to be reached on sporting performance and the broader implications these approaches can have on monitoring societal health and wellness.
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