Julia Basso – PhD

American College Sports Medicine Conference – Ebook Edition

Over 6000 sports medicine professionals came together in Denver, CO this Spring to discuss topics ranging from Mental Health to Female Elite Athletes.  This Ebook summarizes each day’s keynote presentations and showcases the conference’s amazing lineup of celebrity speakers.  Dive deep into topics such as Exercise Psychology, Neurobiological Effects of Physical Activity, and The Science Behind Lasting Motivation of Sustained Physical Activity.

 

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