German Exercise Science & Training Conference

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Date / Heure
Date(s) - 20/02/2019 - 22/02/2019
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gest19 welcomes students & professionals in academic research and sport professionals working in all areas of sport to broaden their knowledge, publish and discuss new research and interact internationally.


  1. John Hawley  (Australia): Concurrent Exercise Training
  2. Guillaume Millet (France): Neuromuscular Fatigue: Are Scientific Data Useful for Sport Performance?
  3. Hans-Christer Holmberg (Sweden): Endurance and Strength Training from a Swedish Perspective


Topics include:

  • New aspects of training and recovery periodization
  • “Concurrent” Training
  • Dose-Response of different training stimuli
  • Special aspects of athletic development
  • Recovery mangement
  • Functional strength and endurance training
  • Pre-, intra- post training/competition nutrition
  • Sleep hygiene
  • Fatigue & readiness assessment
  • Multi-Directional Sprint Training Improves Change-Of-Direction Speed
  • Load and Recovery monitoring
  • Wearable technology
  • Point-of-Care testing
  • Special aspects of hypoxic training
  • Special aspects of training in and for heat exposure