Vicente Javier Clemente Suárez holds a PhD in Sport Performance (University of Castilla la Mancha), PhD in Biomedicine (European University of Madrid), a degree in Psychology (European University of Madrid) and a bachelor in Physical Activity and Sport Sciences (University of Castilla la Mancha). He is the Director of the Studies Centre in Applied Combat (CESCA), head of the Applied Psychophysiology Research Group of the European University of Madrid, and work as a professor of the European University of Madrid in subjects of training and training periodization, control and evaluation. Between his research lines highlight the reverse training periodization, high intensity interval training and operative training.
Capacity: 25 participants
About his workshop:
High intensity Interval training applied to tactical athletes, the objectives are:
- To know the psychobiological basis of applied operative training
- To know how to design operative training
- To try and feel an operative training