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Fatigue Science + Seattle Sounders FC Sports Science Weekend

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Hosted by David Tenney this June, the Seattle Sounders FC will bring in some of the brightest minds in sports science and performance training for the 2014 Sports Science Weekend. Invited speakers will join Sounders FC coaching staff in sharing the latest methodologies in soccer training, strength & conditioning, performance analysis, and recovery methods.

Joining the line up of sports scientists, technicals coaches and performance managers is Fatigue Science’s sleep and performance expert, Pat Byrne.

“It’s great to have the opportunity to speak about sleep, fatigue and performance in a room full of athletic coaches.” Pat says,  “Sleep is a huge part of the human performance model, and as pro teams engage with new scientific approaches to optimize their athletes’ performance – sleep science should, and will, be a component of that. I’m looking forward to sharing our insight and experience on the subject with this group.”

Sports Science Weekend will be held June 12-14, 2014. For more information, including the full line up of presenters, visit SoundersFC.com.

[Photo from SoundersFC.com]

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