Lower Limb Asymmetry When Fatigued During Sprinting Webinar

Lower Limb Asymmetry When Fatigued During Sprinting Webinar

Lower Limb Asymmetry Decreases When Fatigued During Sprinting and the Implications for Hamstring Injury Webinar

Please note: This will be a pre-recorded webinar. Questions can be submitted and answered by the presenter following the webinar.  


The vast majority of hamstring injuries (HMI) tend to occur during matches in field-based team sports, and the majority of those HMI tend to occur in the latter stages of the a quarter or half (depending on the sport). In addition, the physical output during these later stages of the match tend to decrease (e.g. number of sprints performed), suggesting that players may be experiencing some levels of fatigue. Much of the literature suggests fatigue as a risk factor for HMI, however, there is very little published research which has examined sprint mechanics when fatigued. Therefore, this presentation will investigate whether sprint mechanics actually changed when athletes are fatigued. 
 

Presented by Mr Shayne Vial BExSSc, MSc

Shayne is currently conducting his PhD which is investigating the effect of fatigue on sprint technique, its association with hamstring-muscle tendon length and injury risk at Edith Cowan University. Prior to commencing his PhD, Shayne completed his BSc in exercise and sports science and then MSc (biomechanics) which included a biomechanical analysis of various strokes for the Australian mixed doubles badminton team in preparation for the Rio Olympics. For the past 8 years Shayne has worked  with a wide range of age groups and skill levels as a biomechanist, strength and conditioning coach, or sport scientist in a variety of sports including rock climbing, pole vaulting, weightlifting, rugby and soccer. 

Schedule

Friday, 26 February 2021
12:00pm - 1:30pm AEDT
 
Please note, the times listed are in Australian Eastern Daylight Savings Time. 
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ACT:         12:00pm - 1:30pm
NSW:    12:00pm - 1:30pm
NT:
  10:30am - 12:00pm
QLD:
  11:00am - 12:30pm
SA:
  11:30am - 1:00pm
TAS:
  12:00pm - 1:30pm
VIC: 
  12:00pm - 1:30pm
WA:
  9:00am - 10:30am
     

Please note: This is a live webinar and needs to be watched at the specified time above. If you are unable to watch the webinar live, it will be produced as podcast and can be purchased within the following month.

Rates per person

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Non-Member
  $50.00
ESSA Student Member
  $15.00
Student Non-Member
  $25.00
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Target Audience

Any Accredited Exercise Scientist, Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Accredited Sport Scientist Level 1, Accredited Sport Scientist Level 2 and/or Accredited High Performance Manager  

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