272 : Exercise Readiness and Recovery

Time Block F - Friday, 4:05-5:55pm

Session Format : Lecture

by Mark Kelly, PhD

9 Ratings

Type: Session

Item: VA16-S272


Too much stress equals illness, injury and disease. If exercise is stress, how do we ensure we aren’t giving our clients too much? How can we as fitness professionals ensure that we are appropriately implementing recovery strategies to optimize our clients' stress intake? Join me as we dive into the autonomic nervous system through the eyes of heart rate variability, resting and recovery heart rate. In this session, we will explore a powerful and simple strategy to help you ensure exercise readiness and recovery in your client while promoting better stress management and recovery techniques. It’s a WIN–WIN for you and your clients!

About the Author

Mark Kelly, PhD

Mark Kelly, PhD IDEA Author/Presenter

Mark P. Kelly, PhD, CSCS, has been involved in the fitness business for 30 years as a teacher in universities and colleges, and as a corporate wellness director, trainer, group (boot camp) owner and instructor. A nationally ranked duathlete and competitive runner, he currently teaches exercise physiology at California State University, Fullerton. His company, Principle-Centered Health, specializes in assessments and corporate wellness.