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IFAC 09: Clive Brewer on long term conditioning for athletes

Clive Brewer is a renowned sports scientist and has authored several books on the twin subjects of strength and conditioning. 

The current Head of Human Performance with the Rugby Football League, Brewer is responsible for the sports science, sports medicine and strength and conditioning areas involved with the sport.  He is the IAAF strength and conditioning section editor, and is also the former national strength and conditioning coach for Scottish athletics. Brewer is also accredited strength and conditioning coach with the UK Strength & Conditioning Association (UKSCA) & NSCA (USA), as well as a registered Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the British Olympic Association (BOA). He is also accredited as an applied sports scientist with British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES).

In this presentation given at the IFAC 2009, Brewer discusses the subject of long term conditioning practices for maturing athletes and how to recognise and avoid some of the potential pitfalls associated with long term conditioning development in athletics.

Clive Brewer is also speaking at this year's edition of the IFAC held on the 29th-31st October 2010.

  • Uploaded: 12.10.2010
  • Duration: 01:24:13
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