NH Villa Carpegna – Via Pio IV, 6 Roma
Welcome and opening remarks
New horizons for the strength and conditioning coaches in team sports
Pedro E. Alcaraz, PhD (SPA)
Resistance training with single vs. multi-joint exercises at equal total load volume: Effects on body composition, cardiorespiratory fitness and muscle strength
Antonio Paoli, PhD (ITA)
E- Poster presentation (1st part)
Is it time to rethink how to train for muscle hypotrophy?
Paulo Gentil, PhD (BRA)
Sprint ability in basketball
Julio Calleja, PhD (SPA)
Prescribing HIIT for running-based sports
Mladen Jovanović, MSc (SRB)
Intramuscular connective tissue – an overlooked determinant of muscle function?
Robert Csapo, PhD (AUT)
Strength and power evaluation in an elite setting: what to measure?
Daniel D. Cohen, PhD (COL/UK).
Heavy- and light-load resistance training; acute responses which might impact chronic adaptations
James Fisher, PhD (UK)
E- Poster presentation (2nd part)
Blood flow-restricted exercise: a good alternative to traditional heavy-load strength training for muscle hypertrophy and increased strength?
Truls Raastad, PhD (NOR)
Muscular adaptations to different modalities of eccentric exercise: not all roads lead to Rome (unfortunately)
Martino Franchi, MRes, PhD (SUI)
Q&A & Conference Closing
Within the scientific program of the conference attendees might submit their abstract for poster presentations to be held during the conference poster session.
The deadline for submission of communications will be October 31th, 2018
The acceptance of scientific contribution will be notified within the November 5th, 2018
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The capital city of Italy is easily accessible from all around the world. It has two international airport, which are smoothly connected to the city centre with train service, public bus and taxi.
Rome is easily accessible from all around the world. Rome hosts two international airports: Roma Fiumicino handles over 50 million passengers a year and offers many services onsite and Roma Ciampino Pastine offers international connections and low cost carriers.
The biggest airport in Italy is well connected with both European and international destinations.
It will take you approximately 40/50 minutes to reach the centre of Rome from the airport by bus or car and 25 minutes by train to the central rail station of Termini with the Leonardo Train.
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The second Rome airport is well connected with the city.
It will take you approximately 25/30 minutes to reach the Conference Venue of Rome from the airport by bus or car.
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You are also able to reach Rome by car.
Free parking available at the conference venue.
The congress venue is located just outside the historic heart of the City just 2 km from the Vatican therefore, it is easily accessible via public transport network within the city with direct connection to other neighborhoods as Trastevere and other monuments. The hotel is 10 minutes from St Peter’s Square. And it’s a 15-minute walk to the metro station, putting all the sights within easy reach
ATAC (tram and busses)
The closest stations are LEONE XIII/PIO XI lines 31-33-180F-799-66. For info and ticket prices see here
closet metro station to the Conference venue is BALDO DEGLI UBALDI – Metro Line A. For info and ticket prices see here
Useful links and applications
The walk moves from the wonderful Piazza Navona, a real “living room” of the seventeenth-century Rome, the heir of the ancient stadium of Domitian and dominated by the Fountain of the Four Rivers, masterpiece of Gian Lorenzo Bernini. We will then go through the complex of S. Ivo alla Sapienza with the beautiful facade and the bell tower of the church by Borromini, at the time of the Church of St. Louis of France, to admire the masterpieces of Caravaggio; here, through the Pantheon, Piazza di Montecitorio, Piazza Colonna is dominated by the austere fade of the Palazzo Chigi, cross the course and will finish at the Trevi Fountain, the monumental exhibition of the ancient aqueduct Virgin, built by Agrippa in 19 BC.
Rate per minimum 6 persons € 80
The above rate includes: 3 hours visit with private bus; english speaking guide;
Pick up and drop off: your hotel in Rome