III Congreso Internacional de Optimización del Entrenamiento y Readaptación Físico-Deportiva

The 3rd edition of the Congreso Internacional de Optimización del Entrenamiento y Readaptación Físico-Deportiva took place on April 1 to 22, 2016 in Sevilla (Spain). The CEU Fundación San Pablo Andalucíaheld the conference who gathered world class coaches and recognized scientists.

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Diego Chaverri participated in the conference, held at the CEU Andalucía, and presented the following communications which aimed: 1) to determine the influence of previous segments on overall performance and to assess the predictive capacity of multivariate discriminant function models on final placement in the World Triathlon Series 2015; and 2) to compare VO2peak measured during a two 200- and 400-m maximal swims with values estimated by different post-exercise estimation procedures in order to assess their validity and precision (click on the title to download linked comunications):

Performance in Olympic triathlon events during the World Triathlon Series 2015 authored by Chaverri D., Iglesias X., Rodríguez F.A. INEFC-Barcelona Sport Sciences Research Group, Institut Nacional d’Educació Física de Catalunya (click here to view the presentation)

Post-exercise measurements for estimating VO2 peak in 200 and 400-m maximal swims authored by Chaverri D., Iglesias X., Rodríguez F.A. INEFC-Barcelona Sport Sciences Research Group, Institut Nacional d’Educació Física de Catalunya (click here to view the presentation)

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Photo: @CEUAndalucia

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