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Renaissance Periodization Singapore Seminar

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SATURDAY:

9:00am to 12:00pm (including questions and breaks) Lecture 1:

Dr. Mike Israetel wil be l presenting on "Advanced Considerations in Diet and Training." Once you've got the basics down, these more nuanced strategies will help ensure continued gains.

1:00pm to 3:00pm (including questions and breaks) Lecture 2:

Dr. James Hoffmann will be addressing the theory of recovering from training. He's going to talk about what recovery is and how it's formally defined, as well as how to measure it and determine if it's a limiting factor in your program. He'll also speak about what major factors (such as sleep, nutrition, relaxation, and special modalities) affect recovery, to what extent, and by what mechanisms. This is part 1 of the talk on recovery and will be more theoretical and conceptual in nature.

3:00pm to 5:00pm (including questions and breaks) Lecture 3:

Dr. Melissa Davis will be talking about choosing goals and executing them in the context of fat loss, muscle gain, and sport performance. She'll elaborate extensively on the many ways in which people don't think through their goals or end up training or dieting for the wrong reasons. She'll also discuss how to choose realistic goals and not get swept up in hopes vs. realities, especially in the context of fat loss dieting. Lastly, she'll discuss the concepts surrounding short term trade-offs for long term gains, especially as it relates to both the male and female quests to add muscle (and deal with temporary fat gains).

SUNDAY

9:00am to 12:00pm (including questions and breaks) Lecture 4:

Dr. Mike Israetel will be talking about "Fat Loss Dieting and the Hedonic Staircase." In this presentation, he'll first define the concepts of hunger and cravings and why they are evolutionary needs. He'll then describe the idea of food reward and explain why people like to eat tasty food and how this can be a big problem on a diet. Lastly, he'll give a detailed guide as to how dieters can change their eating habits in relation to their hunger levels to either raise or lower hunger when needed to enhance their dieting success.

1:00pm to 3:00pm (including questions and breaks) Lecture 5:

Dr. James Hoffmann will advise attendees on the details of how to apply the recovery modalities (from his his first lecture) for best effect, how not to apply them, and which ones to strategically apply or avoid at various stages of the training plan.

3:00pm to 5:00pm (including questions and breaks) Lecture 6:

Dr. Melissa Davis will dive deep into the most effective psychological and planning strategies to stay consistent with your diet. From special events like weddings and birthday dinners to travel, crazy work hours, and stressful events, Dr. Davis will speak on all things "staying on the plan" no matter what life throws your way.

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>> The audience will learn A TON about diet, training, recovery, and psychology from some of the best scientists/athletes/coaches in the fitness industry. This seminar will be WAY beyond just the basics, and will cover topics that have NOT been thoroughly discussed in any podcast or in any online format. The implications of the talks can be used by the seminar attendees themselves or to help them coach their own clients or help their friends and customers find their ways in their fitness pursuits.<<

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SPEAKERS:

Mike Israetel PhD

Mike is a professor of Exercise Science at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA and was previously a professor at the University of Central Missouri, where he taught Exercise Physiology, Personal Training, and Advanced Programming for sports and
fitness. Mike’s PhD is in Sport Physiology, and he
has been a consultant on sports nutrition to the U.S. Olympic Training Site in Johnson City, TN. Mike has coached numerous powerlifters, weightlifters, bodybuilders, and other individuals in both diet and weight training. Originally from Moscow, Russia, Mike is a competitive powerlifter, bodybuilder, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu grappler. He used to hold a bunch of state, national, and world records in raw powerlifting back when everyone was in equipment, so that’s cool!

Melissa Davis PhD

Here are some facts of this female RP expert:

BS University of California at Irvine:
Neuroscience (Neurobiology of Learning &
Memory / Behavioral Psychology)
PhD University of California at Irvine:
Neurobiology and Behavior
Previous Research Scientist at UCI with focus
on development and means of inducing
critical period plasticity in adults.
Has received awards and fellowships for scientific communication, teaching, and excellence in research.
Formerly combat sports instructor at OC Kickboxing and women’s combat sports and self-defense instructor in Tustin, CA
Two time Long Beach Open Absolute Champion, two-time IBJJF GI Masters World Champion, IBJJF No Gi National Champion, USBJJF Absolute Champion
Focus on combat sport (Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Submission Grappling competition), but has additionally competed in physique competitions, marathons, ultra-relay races, and Tahitian dancing competitions.
She contributed to a lot of books like „Renaissance Woman“ and „Recovering from Training“.
James Hoffmann PhD, CSCS

James Hoffmann is professor or Exercise Science at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. James earned his PhD in Sport Physiology under Dr. Mike Stone of ETSU, where he focused on the application of sled pushing to sport performance enhancement in Rugby players. James�has coached numerous Rugby players at ETSU as the team’s assistant coach and Head Sport Scientist, where he was also the head strength and conditioning coach and weight room manager. James is a lifetime athlete, having reached high levels of competition in Rugby, American Football, and Wrestling.

The audience will learn A TON about diet, training, recovery, and psychology from some of the best scientists/athletes/coaches in the fitness industry. This seminar will be WAY beyond just the basics, and will cover topics that have NOT been thoroughly discussed in any podcast or in any online format. The implications of the talks can be used by the seminar attendees themselves or to help them coach their own clients or help their friends and customers find their ways in their fitness pursuits.

TARGET AUDIENCE:

Personal Trainers, Sport Scientists, Coaches from Team Sports, Combat Sports, Track and Field, Weightlifting, Bodybuilding, Powerlifting and all kinds of sports where strength, muscle hypertrophy, nutrition and dieting matters.



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