The Centre on Aging and the UVic Retirees Association, with support from UVic, are presenting their annual Masterminds Lecture Series.
In the world of elite sport, the difference between winning and losing or achieving a personal best is very small. This presentation pulls together many of the critical factors that must be developed and meshed together to make success possible. A person’s genetic endowment is the initial piece that must then be crafted and augmented through hard work, integrated support, and quality competition.
Dr. Howie Wenger is a Professor Emeritus in the School of Exercise Science, Physical and Health Education at the University of Victoria. Since receiving his PhD in Exercise Physiology from the University of Alberta in 1971 he has served in many capacities in the world of sport and exercise. He has received many awards for his teaching and research and has been an exercise physiology consultant to many national teams such as: ice hockey, rowing, alpine and freestyle skiing, and soccer. In addition he has been an exercise physiology consultant to several NHL teams: Vancouver Canucks, Los Angeles Kings, New York Rangers and St. Louis Blues.
Please register by calling 250-721-6369 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Plan to arrive early, as seating is limited. Parking after 6 p.m. is $2.25. The stadium parking lot (lot 4) is recommended.
Complete details, http://www.coag.uvic.ca/events/17%20Athlete.pdf