Sports Physiology And Performance Education

Performance Physiology, We Keep It Simple.


Ensuring proper hydration is more than just drinking enough fluids…it is understanding both your body’s physiologic response to poor hydration and the physiologic benefits of proper hydration. Such an understanding will allow you to monitor your own fluid status, which is critical to optimal training and high performance.


What are the physiologic changes that occur during proper sleep and why are these changes critical for recovery and high performance? Can the phases of sleep be monitored in a way that predicts recovery? Can this information be used in real-time to adjust workout intensity and prevent overtraining?


What are the essential components of proper nutrition? How should nutritional intake change during different phases of training in order to realize maximum benefit from your effort?

Supplements / Performance Enhancement

What supplements have been shown to impact athletic performance? How and when should these be considered? How do we know if a supplement is safe and free of impurities which can impact anti-doping tests.

What Is Sports Performance Physiology

The International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance (IJSPP) focuses on sport physiology and performance and is dedicated to advancing the knowledge of sport and exercise physiologists, sport-performance researchers, and other sport scientists.


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The Concept

Whether you have your sights set on the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, or are a dedicated member of your local running club, you train hard.


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