In episode 173 Tom Cullen, Assistant Professor at Coventry University, joins us.
Specifically Tom will be looking at:
- Physiological mechanisms underpinning heat & cold usage
- Science backed recommendations for thier use
- When not to use them
- Case study: How athletes can use them to recover faster
"Tom is an Assistant Professor in Applied Physiology at Coventry University. Prior to this he worked at the University of Worcester where he was the course leader for the MSc in Applied Sports Science. Before working in academia he worked as a physiologist, applied sports scientist and strength and conditioning coach. These experiences include working with elite athletes in professional sports and with Olympic athletes. He currently leads on several projects investigating novel strategies to improve health and performance using heat as a complement to exercise.
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