Submission open for ECSS Prague 2019

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Submission open for ECSS Prague 2019

Postby Yeung on Tue Jan 01, 2019 4:01 am

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_MkABTqRzU

The submission for the 24th annual congress of the European College of Sport Science (ECSS) is now open! This year we are going to Prague and look forward to many interesting presentations – make sure yours is a part of it too. Submit your proposal by February 15, 2019 and do so directly through your ECSS Account. Please note that there will be no deadline extension and yes, we mean it!

You are not an ECSS member yet? Then become one and save on registration. If you renew your membership for 2019 before registering for the conference, you will receive a registration fee discount. Be with us and secure your spot at ECSS Prague 2019:

http://ecss-congress.eu/2019/19/index.php

We look forward to welcoming you to Prague next summer.

Yours in sport science

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Re: Submission open for ECSS Prague 2019

Postby Yeung on Tue Jan 01, 2019 4:13 am

Prague Program:

PLENARY SESSIONS
SPRINGS AND SPRINTERS - PL-PS01
Chair: TAIJA FINNI [FINLAND]
Speakers:
- GLEN A LICHTWARK [AUSTRALIA]: THE SPRING IN YOUR STEP: UNDERSTANDING HOW
MUSCLE AND TENDON DESIGN INFLUENCES ECONOMY, POWER AND CONTROL OF
HUMAN MOVEMENT
- AKI SALO [UNITED KINGDOM]: MAXIMUM SPRINTING: CAN WE TRANSFER OUR
BIOMECHANICAL KNOWLEDGE TO IMPROVE ATHLETES’ PERFORMANCE?
PERSONALIZED EXERCISE ONCOLOGY - PL-PS02 [Clinical track]
Chair: JOACHIM WISKEMANN [GERMANY]
Speakers:
- KATHRYN SCHMITZ [UNITED STATES]: EVIDENCE-BASED EXERCISE GUIDELINES FOR
PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF CANCER
- JOACHIM WISKEMANN [GERMANY]: IMPLEMENTATION OF EXERCISE AND CANCER
GUIDELINES IN EUROPE
SPORT AND BRAIN INJURIES - A RED FLAG FOR SPORT? - PL-PS03
[Clinical track]
Chair: SUSANNA HEDENBORG [SWEDEN]
Speakers:
- ANN MCKEE [UNITED STATES]: CTE IN TOP ATHLETES
- ERIC ANDERSON [UNITED KINGDOM]: SCHOOL’S RUGBY AS INSTITUTIONAL CHILD ABUSE
THE IMPORTANCE OF CIRCADIAN RHYTHM FOR ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE AND
SKELETAL MUSCLE HEALTH - PL-PS04 [Applied track]
Chair: CHLOÉ YEUNG [DENMARK]
Speakers:
- KARYN ESSER [UNITED STATES]: THE INTRINSIC MUSCLE CLOCK AND
MUSCULOSKELETAL HEALTH
- ROLAND BRANDSTAETTER [UNITED KINGDOM]: CIRCADIAN CONTROL OF DIURNAL
PERFORMANCE PATTERNS IN ATHLETES
INVITED SESSIONS
Physiology & Sports medicine [PM]
THE EFFECTS OF ACUTE EXERCISE AND LONG-TERM EXERCISE TRAINING ON
HEART - IS-PM01
Chair: ILKKA HEINONEN [FINLAND]
Speakers:
- DAPHNE MERKUS [NETHERLANDS]: MYOCARDIAL PERFUSION AND OXYGENATION
DURING EXERCISE IN HEALTH AND DISEASE
- DAVID OXBOROUGH [UNITED KINGDOM]: ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC ASSESSMENT OF
CARDIAC STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION FOLLOWING PROLONGED STRENUOUS EXERCISE
- ILKKA HEINONEN [FINLAND]: ACUTE AND LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF EXERCISE ON
MYOCARDIAL FUNCTION, PERFUSION AND METABOLISM
ECCENTRIC CYCLING: BASICS AND CLINICAL APPLICATIONS - IS-PM02
[Clinical track]
Chair: STÉPHANE DUFOUR [FRANCE]
Speakers:
- STÉPHANE DUFOUR [FRANCE]: ACUTE PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO ECCENTRIC
CYCLING
- KAZUNORI NOSAKA [AUSTRALIA]: POTENTIAL BENEFITS OF ECCENTRIC CYCLING TRAINING
FOR CLINICAL POPULATIONS
- DANIEL GREEN [AUSTRALIA]: EFFECTS OF ECCENTRIC CYCLING ON CHRONIC HEART
FAILURE PATIENTS
THE SKIN CIRCULATION AS A TARGET FOR LIFESTYLE INTERVENTION AND INNOVATION
IN MEASUREMENT - IS-PM03
Chair: TIM CABLE [UNITED KINGDOM]
Speakers:
- LACY ALEXANDER [UNITED STATES]: THE CUTANEOUS CIRCULATION IN AGEING AND
DISEASE
- HELEN JONES [UNITED KINGDOM]: EXERCISE TRAINING AND MICROVASCULAR
FUNCTION IN FEMALES
- DANIEL GREEN [AUSTRALIA]: NEW INSIGHTS INTO STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL
ADAPTATION OF SKIN MICROVESSELS IN HUMANS
EXERCISE-INDUCED MUSCLE DAMAGE: WHAT IS IT, HOW IS IT DETEDTED, AND
WHY IS IT INDUCED? - IS-PM04
Chair: KAZUNORI NOSAKA [AUSTRALIA]
Speakers:
- TRULS RAASTAD [NORWAY]: HISTOLOGICAL CHANGES IN MUSCLE FIBRES AND CONNECTIVE
TISSUE AFTER ECCENTRIC EXERCISE: WHERE IS THE BORDER BETWEEN
TOLERABLE DAMAGE AND RHABDOMYOLYSIS?
- NICOL CAROLINE [FRANCE]: NEURAL INHIBITIONS VERSUS MUSCLE DAMAGE EFFECTS:
HOW CAN THEY BE DISTINGUISHED?
- KAZUNORI NOSAKA [AUSTRALIA]: SYMPTOMS AND MARKERS OF MUSCLE DAMAGE:
WHAT ARE PECULIAR TO MUSCLE DAMAGE AND HOW ARE THEY ASSOCIATED EACH
OTHER?
HIGH-CARBOHYDRATE OR HIGH-FAT DIETS FOR OPTIMISING TRAINING
ADAPTATION AND PERFORMANCE? - IS-PM05 [Applied track]
Chair: JØRN WULFF HELGE [DENMARK]
Speakers:
- JOHN HAWLEY [AUSTRALIA]: TRAINING-DIET INTERACTIONS TO OPTIMIZE SKELETAL
MUSCLE ADAPTATION
- JØRN HELGE [DENMARK]: MAXIMISING FAT OXIDATION: HELP OR HINDRANCE TO
ADAPTATION & PERFORMANCE?
- LOUISE BURKE [AUSTRALIA]: ADAPTATION TO HIGH FAT DIETS AND ENDURANCE
PERFORMANCE IN ELITE ATHLETES
THE LUNGS DURING EXERCISE: OFTEN OVERLOOKED, OFTEN
MISUNDERSTOOD. - IS-PM06 [Clinical track]
Chair: PASCALE KIPPELEN [UNITED KINGDOM]
Speakers:
- LEE ROMER [UNITED KINGDOM]: RESPIRATORY RESPONSES TO EXERCISE IN
ATHLETES WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY
- WILLIAM SHEEL [CANADA]: SEX DIFFERENCES IN THE VENTILATORY RESPONSE TO
EXERCISE
- PASCALE KIPPELEN [UNITED KINGDOM]: ASTHMA IN ELITE ATHLETES: CAUSES AND
CONSEQUENCES
LOOKING INSIDE-OUT INTO AGEING SKELETAL MUSCLE: HORMONES,
SYSTEMIC INFLAMMATORY ENVIRONMENT AND THE EXTRACELLULAR
MATRIX - IS-PM07
Chair: BARBARA WESSNER [AUSTRIA]
Speakers:
- PHILIP ATHERTON [UNITED KINGDOM]: HORMONES AND EXERCISE-INDUCED MUSCLE
HYPERTROPHY ACROSS AGE
- FAWZI KADI [SWEDEN]: THE SYSTEMIC INFLAMMATORY ENVIRONMENT OF SKELETAL
MUSCLE IN OLD AGE - INFLUENCE OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
- BARBARA WESSNER [AUSTRIA]: INTRAMUSCULAR CONNECTIVE TISSUE - A NOVEL
PLAYER IN MAINTAINING MUSCLE MASS AND FUNCTION?
A WARM BATH, GLASS OF (CHOCOLATE) MILK AND A COMFORTABLE
MATTRESS: OPTIMIZING RECOVERY OF EXERCISE PERFORMANCE - IS-PM08
[Applied track]
Chair: GARETH WALLIS [UNITED KINGDOM]
Speakers:
- HÅKAN WESTERBLAD [SWEDEN]: TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON RECOVERY OF MUSCLE
FUNCTION
- GARETH WALLIS [UNITED KINGDOM]: ADVANCES IN NUTRITION TO OPTIMISE
RECOVERY
- SHONA HALSON [AUSTRALIA]: SLEEP AND RECOVERY OF SPORTS PERFORMANCE
NEW RESEARCH DEVELOPMENTS USING NON-INVASIVE ESTIMATION OF
HUMAN MUSCLE FIBER TYPE COMPOSITION - IS-PM09
Chair: VINCENT KELLY [AUSTRALIA]
Speakers:
- WIM DERAVE [BELGIUM]: DEVELOPING INDIVIDUALIZED TRAINING PROGRAMS BASED
ON NON-INVASIVELY DETERMINED MUSCLE TYPOLOGY
- VINCENT KELLY [AUSTRALIA]: MUSCLE TYPOLOGY, TALENT IDENTIFICATION AND
INJURY IN ELITE FOOTBALLERS.
- CLARE MINAHAN [AUSTRALIA]: MUSCLE TALENT SCAN: REVEALING THE MUSCLE
COMPOSITION OF WORLD-CLASS SWIMMERS
THE MASTERS ATHLETE: PERFORMANCE, RECOVERY AND HEALTH
CONSIDERATIONS - IS-PM10 [Applied track]
Chair: NATTAI BORGES [AUSTRALIA]
Speakers:
- ROMUALD LEPERS [FRANCE]: PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE OF MASTERS ATHLETES
- NATTAI BORGES [AUSTRALIA]: POST-EXERCISE RECOVERY IN MASTERS ATHLETES
- MARIA FRANCESCA PIACENTINI [ITALY]: HEALTH BENEFITS AND CONSIDERATIONS FOR
MASTERS ATHLETES
REASONS AND REMEDIES FOR THE AGE-RELATED DECLINE IN SKELETAL
MUSCLE ADAPTABILITY - IS-PM11
Chair: ABIGAIL MACKEY [DENMARK]
Speakers:
- BETHAN PHILLIPS [UNITED KINGDOM]: PHYSIOLOGICAL CONTRIBUTORS TO ANABOLIC
RESISTANCE
- GIANNI PARISE [CANADA]: THE IMPORTANCE OF SATELLITE CELL AND CAPILLARY
INTERPLAY FOR MUSCLE HYPERTROPHY
- ABIGAIL MACKEY [DENMARK]: PRIMING ELDERLY SKELETAL MUSCLE FOR HEAVY
RESISTANCE TRAINING
CARDIAC, VASCULAR AND CEREBROVASCULAR ADAPTATION TO HYPOXIA AT
REST AND DURING EXERCISE; LESSONS FROM HIGH ALTITUDE NATIVES -
IS-PM12
Chair: MIKE STEMBRIDGE [UNITED KINGDOM]
Speakers:
- MIKE STEMBRIDGE [UNITED KINGDOM]: CARDIAC STRUCTURE, ABSOLUTE BLOOD
VOLUME AND EXERCISE CAPACITY IN HIGH ALTITUDE NATIVES
- LORENZA PRATALI [ITALY]: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN VASCULAR DYSFUNCTION,
HIGH ALTITUDE AND OCCUPATIONAL PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN SHERPA
- PHILIP AINSLIE [CANADA]: CEREBRAL OXYGEN DELIVERY AND METABOLISM AT REST
AND DURING EXERCISE IN ACCLIMATISED LOWLANDERS AND HIGH ALTITUDE NATIVES.
DIETARY NITRATE AND HYPOXIA - IS-PM13
Chair: SIMONE PORCELLI [ITALY]
Speakers:
- ANNI VANHATALO [UNITED KINGDOM]: DIETARY NITRATE SUPPLEMENTATION IN
HYPOXIA: SKELETAL MUSCLE OXYGENATION AND ENERGETICS
- OLIVIER SHANNON [UNITED KINGDOM]: DIETARY NITRATE SUPPLEMENTATION IN
HYPOXIA: EFFECTS ON COGNITIVE FUNCTION AND ACUTE MOUNTAIN SICKNESS
- SIMONE PORCELLI [ITALY]: EFFECTS OF DIETARY NITRATE ON EXERCISE PERFORMANCE
IN CHRONIC HYPOXIA
Social Sciencies & Humanities [SH]
ATHLETES MENTAL HEALTH - FEPSAC SYMPOSIUM - IS-SH01
Chair: ANNE-MARIE ELBE [DENMARK]
Speakers:
- INSA NIXDORF [GERMANY]: FROM A FIRST INSIGHT TO A DEEPER KNOWLEDGE OF
DEPRESSION IN ELITE ATHLETES
- DANIEL MADIGAN [UNITED KINGDOM]: PERFECTIONISM AND ATHLETE BURNOUT:
PREDISPOSITION, PROTECTION, OR BOTH?
- TADHG MACINTYRE [IRELAND]: NATURE CONTACT AS A PATHWAY TO PROMOTING
WELL-BEING AMONG ATHLETES
THE ROLE OF PERCEPTION IN SPORT - IS-SH02
Chair: DUARTE ARAUJO [PORTUGAL]
Speakers:
- GEERT SAVELSBERGH [NETHERLANDS]: FOOTBALL PLAYERS’ ACTION CHOICES IN A
FREE-KICK TASK: ACTION-SPECIFIC EFFECTS ON PERCEPTION ARE GROUNDED IN
AFFORDANCE PERCEPTION
- AUDREY VAN DER MEER [NORWAY]: USING PERCEPTUAL INFORMATION FOR GUIDING
PROSPECTIVE CONTROL OF ACTION
- DUARTE ARAUJO [PORTUGAL]: ANTICIPATION AS PERCEPTION OF CONCATENATED
AFFORDANCES
ADVANCES IN UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF FUNDAMENTAL MOVEMENT
SKILLS ON CHILDREN’S PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, HEALTH AND ACADEMIC
ACHIEVEMENT - IS-SH03
Chair: MICHAEL DUNCAN [UNITED KINGDOM]
Speakers:
- WESLEY O'BRIEN [IRELAND]: OPTIMISING CHILDHOOD MOVEMENT IN IRELAND;
THE FUNDAMENTAL ‘BUILDING BLOCKS’
- SUSANA VALE [PORTUGAL]: UNDERSTANDING INTERACTIONS BETWEEN BIOLOGICAL
AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND MOTOR COMPETENCE IN PORTUGUESE
PRESCHOOLERS
- MICHAEL DUNCAN [UNITED KINGDOM]: EVALUATING MOTOR COMPETENCE INTERVENTIONS
FOR CHILDREN’S PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, FITNESS, HEALTH AND ACADEMIC
PERFORMANCE
MOTIVATION IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION: A FOCUS ON TEACHERS ROLE
THROUGH SELF-DETERMINATION THEORY - IS-SH04
Chair: JAVIER COTERON [SPAIN]
Speakers:
- JAVIER COTERÓN [SPAIN]: AUTONOMY-SUPPORTIVE TEACHERS IN PHYSICAL
EDUCATION. CAN THEY BE BUILT?
- EVELIA FRANCO [SPAIN]: A MULTILEVEL APPROACH TO UNDERSTAND STUDENTS’
MOTIVATION TAKING INTO ACCOUNT TEACHERS’ ANTECEDENTS
- CASSIA HESS [BRAZIL]: IMPORTANCE AND FEASIBILITY PERCEIVED IN MOTIVATIONAL
STRATEGIES BY PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS
THE ROLE OF SPORT HISTORY IN THE SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY - AIMS,
OPPORTUNITIES, CHALLENGES - IS-SH05
Chair: SANDRA HECK [GERMANY]
Speakers:
- GERALD GEMS [UNITED STATES]: SPORT HISTORY IN THE UNITED STATES: STATUS,
FUTURE DIRECTION, AND INFLUENCE
- SANDRA HECK [GERMANY]: SPORT HISTORY IN EUROPE: DISPENSABLE OR ESSENTIAL
FOR THE PE TEACHER EDUCATION?
- GERTRUD PFISTER [DENMARK]: THE ROLE OF SPORT HISTORY IN GENDER STUDIES
SUSTAINABLE SPORT TOURISM – CHALLENGES FOR THE FUTURE - IS-SH06
Chair: SUSANNA HEDENBORG [SWEDEN]
Speakers:
- PEARL ANN REICHWEIN [CANADA]: THE VILLAGE LAKE LOUISE CONTROVERSY:
SKI RESORT PLANNING, CIVIL ACTIVISM, AND THE ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS OF BANFF
NATIONAL PARK, 1964-1979
- SUSANNA HEDENBORG [SWEDEN]: SEARCHING FOR THE PERFECT RIDE. HORSE
TOURISM ON INTERNET
- AAGE RADMANN [NORWAY]: SPORT AN NATURE-BASED TOURISM IN NORWAY:
SPORT/FRILUFTSLIV, TOURISM AND (MEDIATED) NATURE
ECONOMIC, SOCIOLOGICAL, PEDAGOGICAL AND ETHICAL APPROACHES TO
E-SPORTS - IS-SH07
Chair: SUSANNA HEDENBORG [SWEDEN]
Speakers:
- HOFMANN ANNETTE [GERMANY]: THE RECEPTION OF E-SPORTS AMONG GERMAN PRIMARY
AND SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS AND PEDAGOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS
- JESPER THIBORG [SWEDEN]: E-SPORT - IS IT A SPORT?
- GERALD FRITZ [GERMANY]: ACTORS AND INTERESTS IN THE ESPORT ECO SYSTEM
‘SPORT’ - PUBLIC HEALTH OR PUBLIC HARM? - IS-SH08
Chair: LOUISE MANSFIELD [UNITED KINGDOM]
Speakers:
- MIKE WEED [UNITED KINGDOM]: IS SPORT BAD FOR (PUBLIC) HEALTH?
- JOE PIGGIN [UNITED KINGDOM]: SPORT PARTICIPATION AND PERCEIVED RISKS TO
HEALTH
- ANNA AGGESTÅL [SWEDEN]: THE ROLE OF VOLUNTARY SPORTS ORGANISATIONS IN
DELIVERING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON PRESCRIPTION (PAOP) – THE CASE OF SWEDEN
Biomechanics & Neuromuscular [BN]
(incl. SportsMedicine)
STABILITY TRAINING THROUGHOUT THE LIFESPAN - IS-BN01
Chair: DAVID BEHM [CANADA]
Speakers:
- ERIKA ZEMKOVÁ [SLOVAKIA]: POWER PERFORMANCE DURING RESISTANCE EXERCISES
UNDER STABLE AND UNSTABLE CONDITIONS IN YOUNG ADULTS
- URS GRANACHER [GERMANY]: EFFECTS OF INSTABILITY RESISTANCE TRAINING
ACROSS THE EXERCISE CONTINUUM IN SENIORS
- DAVID BEHM [CANADA]: STABLE, UNSTABLE, AND METASTABLE STATES OF
EQUILIBRIUM: DEFINITIONS AND APPLI-CATIONS TO TRAINING AND MOVEMENT
NOT SO SIMPLE? MUSCLE-TENDON INTERACTION TO AMPLIFY OR ATTENUATE
POWER IN HUMAN MOVEMENT - IS-BN02
Chair: NEIL CRONIN [FINLAND]
Speakers:
- DOMINIC FARRIS [UNITED KINGDOM]: MUSCLE-TENDON INTERACTION DURING
ACCELERATION IN WALKING AND RUNNING
- KIRSTEN ALBRACHT [GERMANY]: MUSCLE-TENDON FUNCTION IN ELITE HIGH JUMPERS
- OLIVIER SEYNNES [NORWAY]: MUSCLE-TENDON FUNCTION DURING A DISSIPATIVE
TASK
BRAIN STIMULATION: AN EMERGING PHENOMENON IN SPORT AND
EXERCISE - IS-BN03
Chair: ALEXIS MAUGER [UNITED KINGDOM]
Speakers:
- LUCA ANGIUS [ITALY]: ENCHAINING PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE WITH NON INVASIVE
BRAIN STIMULATION
- ASHLEE HENDY [AUSTRALIA]: THE USE OF TDCS TO FACILITATE CROSS-TRANSFER IN
PHYSICAL THERAPY
- ALEXIS MAUGER [UNITED KINGDOM]: NEURODOPING: GAINING THE EDGE THROUGH
NON-INVASIVE BRAIN STIMULATION
NEW INSIGHTS ON THE CONTROL OF VOLUNTARY ACTIONS DERIVED FROM
MOTOR UNIT RECORDINGS - IS-BN04
Chair: ROGER ENOKA [UNITED STATES]
Speakers:
- ROGER ENOKA [UNITED STATES]: CHALLENGES ASSOCIATED WITH HIGH-DENSITY
SURFACE ELECTRODE RECORDINGS
- JACQUES DUCHATEAU [BELGIUM]: INFLUENCE OF RATE CODING ON THE CONTROL OF
MUSCLE FORCE DURING VOLUNTARY CONTRACTIONS
- INGE ZIJDEWIND [NETHERLANDS]: CONSEQUENCES OF CHANGES IN MOTOR UNIT
DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS AFTER SPINAL CORD INJURY
HAMSTRING STRAIN INJURIES: PREVENTION, REHABILITATION AND
PREDICTION. LESSONS FROM MONEYBALL - IS-BN05 [Clinical track]
Chair: RYAN TIMMINS [AUSTRALIA]
Speakers:
- RYAN TIMMINS [AUSTRALIA]: HAMSTRING STRAIN INJURY PREVENTION/
INTERVENTION: HOW CAN WE MAKE A DIFFERENCE BEFORE AN INJURY OCCURS?
- ARNLAUG WANGENSTEEN [NORWAY]: HAMSTRING INJURY REHABILITATION: WELL IF
WE CAN’T PREVENT IT, HOW DO WE MAKE THEM BETTER AND WHAT DO WE NEED TO
PAY ATTENTION TO?
- JOSHUA RUDDY [AUSTRALIA]: CAN WE PREDICT INJURY/RE-INJURIES? MONEYBALL
MANAGED TO DO IT WITH WINS, LOSSES AND PLAYER PURCHASING, SURELY WE CAN
DO IT WITH INJURIES?
(IM)BALANCE OF MUSCLE AND TENDON ADAPTATION IN HIGH LEVEL
SPORTS - IS-BN06
Chair: KIRSTEN LEGERLOTZ [GERMANY]
Speakers:
- MICHAEL KJÆR [DENMARK]: REGULATION OF PHYSIOLOGICAL AND PATHOLOGICAL
TENDON ADAPTATION TO EXERCISE
- FALK MERSMANN [GERMANY]: IMBALANCED MUSCLE AND TENDON ADAPTATION IN
YOUTH ATHLETES
- KIROS KARAMANIDIS [UNITED KINGDOM]: DISCORDANCE IN MUSCLE AND TENDON
ADAPTATION IN ELITE ATHLETES: A LONGITUDINAL INVESTIGATION OVER THREE YEARS
TOWARDS A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF RUNNING INJURIES - IS-BN07
[Clinical track]
Chair: MARK LAKE [UNITED KINGDOM]
Speakers:
- JOE HAMILL [UNITED STATES]: THE INFLUENCE OF FOOTFALL PATTERNS ON THE RISK
OF RUNNING INJURIES
- SHARON DIXON [UNITED KINGDOM]: UNDERSTANDING INJURIES LINKED TO RUNNING
IN DIFFERENT POPULATIONS
- OM KEPPLE [UNITED STATES]: DYNAMIC BONE MOVEMENTS DURING LOCOMOTION
Multi-/Interdisciplinary [MI]
THE NEUROSCIENCE AND INTERPRETATION OF PLACEBO EFFECTS IN SPORTS
AND EXERCISE - IS-MI01
Chair: BART ROELANDS [BELGIUM]
Speakers:
- FABRIZIO BENEDETTI [ITALY]: THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF THE PLACEBO EFFECT
- CHRIS BEEDIE [UNITED KINGDOM]: POTENTIAL MECHANISMS OF PLACEBO AND
NOCEBO EFFECTS IN SPORT AND EXERCISE
- FLORENTINA HETTINGA [UNITED KINGDOM]: THE ROLE AND IMPACT OF THE PLACEBO
EFFECT IN SPORT PERFORMANCE
ADVANCES IN ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH - IS-MI02
Chair: STEPHEN COBLEY [AUSTRALIA]
Speakers:
- MARIJE ELFERINK-GEMSER [NETHERLANDS]: MULTI-DISCIPLINARY LONGITUDINAL ATHLETE
DEVELOPMENT: KNOWLEDGE ADVANCES FROM THE GRONINGEN TALENT STUDIES
- KEVIN TILL [UNITED KINGDOM]: MULTI-DISCIPLINARY LONGITUDINAL ATHLETE
DEVELOPMENT: KNOWLEDGE ADVANCES FROM TRACKING ADOLESCENT ATHLETES IN UK
RUGBY LEAGUE
- STEPHEN COBLEY [UNITED KINGDOM]: MULTI-DISCIPLINARY LONGITUDINAL ATHLETE
DEVELOPMENT: WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED & WHAT ARE THE FUTURE IMPLICATIONS?
SPORT FOR ATHLETES WITH DISABILITY: CLASSIFICATION RESEARCH, SMART
MONITORING TECHNOLOGY AND TRAINING OR PERFORMANCE ISSUES IN
WINTERSPORTS FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITY - IS-MI03
Chair: OSNAT FLIESS-DOUER [ISRAEL]
Speakers:
- YVES VANLANDEWIJCK [BELGIUM]: CLASSIFICATION RESEARCH IN PARA SPORTS -
A CRITICAL VIEW ON CHALLENGES, OBSTACLES AND PERSPECTIVES
- STEFAN JOSEF LINDINGER [SWEDEN]: SMART SENSOR TECHNOLOGY AND MODERN
MEASUREMENT TOOLS AND CONCEPTS IN WINTERSPORTS FOR ATHLETES WITH
DISABILITY – OPTIONS FOR TRAINING AND RACE ANALYSES
- CLAUDIO PERRET [SWITZERLAND]: TRAINING INTERVENTIONS AND PERFORMANCE IN
ELITE SPORTS FOR ATHLETES WITH DISABILITY
INDIVIDUALIZATION AND OPTIMIZATION OF EXERCISE TRAINING
PRESCRIPTION - IS-MI04 [Clinical track]
Chair: BETTINA KARSTEN [LUXEMBOURG]
Speakers:
- ROBERT LAMBERTS [SOUTH AFRICA]: THE DEVELOPMENT OF A FATIGUE INDEX TO
MONITOR AND OPTIMIZE TRAINING PRESCRIPTION; A MULTI-VARIATE APPROACH
- JAMES HOPKER [UNITED KINGDOM]: INDIVIDUALIZING TRAINING PRESCRIPTION:
ACUTE AND CHRONIC RESPONSES
- BENT RONNESTAD [NORWAY]: OPTIMISING TRAINING SESSIONS AND MONTHLY
TRAINING ORGANISATION IN ENDURANCE ATHLETES
CONSUMER DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR HEALTH AND SPORTS
PERFORMANCE - IS-MI05
Chair: GRANT ABT [UNITED KINGDOM]
Speakers:
- GRANT ABT [UNITED KINGDOM]: CONSUMER DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR HEALTH AND
SPORTS PERFORMANCE: GLOBAL AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES
- AMANDA BENSON [AUSTRALIA]: CONSUMER DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR HEALTH
- CARLOS BALSALOBRE-FERNÁNDEZ [SPAIN]: CONSUMER DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR
SPORTS PERFORMANCE
Exchange Symposia [EX]
ECSS-ACSM EXCHANGE SYMPOSIUM: SPORT ELIGIBILITY AND
CLASSIFICATION IN THE PARALYMPIC GAMES - IS-EX01
Chair: ROMAIN MEEUSEN [BELGIUM]
Speakers:
- WALTER THOMPSON [UNITED STATES]: WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR THE PARALYMPIC GAMES
AND WHY ARE THERE SO MANY CLASSES?
- YVES VANLANDEWIJCK [BELGIUM]: THE IPC CLASSIFICATION CODE AND POSITION
STAND ON THE SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES OF ATHLETE CLASSIFICATION
ECSS-JSPFSM EXCHANGE SYMPOSIUM: LACTATE/PYRUVATE METABOLISM IN
SKELETAL MUSCLE: ENERGY SUBSTRATES AND BEYOND - IS-EX02
Chair: RYOICHI NAGATOMI [JAPAN]
Speakers:
- YU KITAOKA [JAPAN]: LACTATE TRANSPORTERS IN SKELETAL MUSCLE
- DAISUKE HOSHINO [JAPAN]: POTENTIAL ROLE OF LACTATE AS A SIGNALING MOLECULE
FOR TRAINING ADAPTATION
- HENRIETTE PILEGAARD [DENMARK]: EXERCISE-INDUCED REGULATION OF PYRUVATE
DEHYDROGENASE
Sponsored Sessions [SP]
FROM ANKLE SPRAIN TO CHRONIC ANKLE INSTABILITY ...AND HOW TO AVOID
IT - SPONSORED BY ADIDAS - IS-SP01 [Clinical track]
Chair: ALBERT GOLLHOFER [GERMANY]
Speakers:
- DOMINIC GEHRING [GERMANY]: A “FATAL CAREER”: DEVELOPMENT OF CHRONIC ANKLE
INSTABILITY IN SPORTS – THE BIOMECHANICAL PERSPECTIVE
- EAMONN DELAHUNT [IRELAND]: PREVENTION OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY ANKLE
SPRAINS – THE PHYSIOTHERAPEUTIC PERSPECTIVE
- HEINZ LOHRER [GERMANY]: TREATMENT OF ACUTE AND RECURRENT ANKLE SPRAINS
– THE ORTHOPAEDIC PERSPECTIVE
MULTI-DISCIPLINARY APPROACH IN PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL: RETURN TO
PLAY FROM MUSCULASKELETAL INJURIES - SPONSORED BY GSSI - IS-SP02
Chair: IAN ROLLO [UNITED KINGDOM]
Speakers:
- DANIEL CARLOS MEDINA [UNITED STATES]: RETURN TO PLAY: SPORTS MEDICINE
PERSPECTIVE
- GRAEME CLOSE [UNITED KINGDOM]: RETURN TO PLAY: SPORTS NUTRITION PERSPECTIVE
- JOAN DUDA [UNITED KINGDOM]: RETURN TO PLAY: SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY PERSPECTIVE
EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF THE RETURN TO TRAINING (RTT) PHASE OF
REHABILITATION IN A PROFESSIONAL SPORTING ENVIRONMENT -
SPONSORED BY CATAPULT - IS-SP03 [Applied track]
Chair: BARRY DRUST [UNITED KINGDOM]
Speakers:
- BARRY DRUST [UNITED KINGDOM]: OVERVIEW OF THE RETURN TO TRAINING (RTT)
PHASE OF RECOVERY FROM ILLNESS / INJURY
- JAMIE HARLEY [UNITED KINGDOM]: CONSIDERATIONS IN RETURN TO TRAINING
POST INJURY
- TIM MEYER [GERMANY]: CONSIDERATIONS IN RETURN TO TRAINING POST ILLNESS
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Re: Submission open for ECSS Prague 2019

Postby Yeung on Tue Jan 01, 2019 4:17 am

B. P a p e r S u b m i s s i o n
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Abstract-ID....: 42
Title..........: Pure Eccentric Exercise for Coping with Cancer
Authors........: Yeung Y. C.
Institution....: Coping with Cancer in Leicestershire and Rutland
Department.....: Volunteer
Country........: United Kingdom
General Field..: [MI] Multi-/Interdisciplinary
Format(*)..............: Oral
YIA....................: No
Nutrition Award........: No

(*) The Scientific Committee reserves the right to change your presentation format if appropriate.

INTRODUCTION:
This is a preclinical trial evaluation of pure eccentric exercise for coping with cancer. The concern is whether any suggested eccentric exercise is pure eccentric exercise in the sense of minimizing the input of concentric muscle contraction. It is important to differentiate muscles being passively lengthened, actively lengthened, lengthened with assistance, and lengthened with resistance. Muscles lengthen and contract concentrically at the same time will affect the levels of oxidative stress differently to pure eccentric exercise. The aim of this research is to establish standards to ensure the input variables are pure eccentric actions, and standards of subjects for clinical trials.
METHODS:
The method of evaluation is multiple case studies with multiple data collection methods. There were 14 individuals with different experiences and exposures to Qigong, Tai Chi, Standing Meditation, Internal Martial Arts, Performance art, and Eccentric Exercise. Their levels of awareness, strength, flexibility, and skill acquisition are very different. Each subject performed a series of static and dynamic activities for evaluation; which included passive stretching, active stretching, and combined stretching. The methods of data collection included visual multi-joints kinetic chain analysis to validated eccentric movement, palpation to ascertain the activation of elastic components, feedback from individual subjects, semi structured interview, and peer review.
RESULTS:
The pure eccentric exercise variables are rotational stretching actions that can lengthen muscles actively or passively along the kinetic chain; the comparative advantage of rotational stretching is the capability of maximizing eccentric strength without resort to concentric muscle contraction. The subjects for clinical trial must be assessed for their range of motion, and abilities in relaxing and kinaesthetic learning. And their medications should be reviewed by experts that will not affect their levels of oxidative stress.
CONCLUSION:
Performance enhancement and pedagogical concern were not included in this evaluation, as these are very much depended on the condition and abilities of individual subjects; and the design of the exercise program and method of delivery. Due to the complicity of pure eccentric exercise, it is recommended that teaching should be carried out on one to one or small group basis, and movements should be from low to moderate intensity. There is no suitable equipment for pure eccentric resistance exercise and lack of clear testing method at this stage, thus further investigation is needed.
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Re: Submission open for ECSS Prague 2019

Postby Yeung on Mon Feb 11, 2019 3:27 am

NO EXTENSION - abstract submission deadline Friday

The submission for the 24th annual congress of the ECSS will close on February 15, 24.00 h CET! Submit your abstract by February 15, 2019 and do so directly through your ECSS Account. Please note that there will be no deadline extension and yes, we mean it!
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