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04-15-2009, 10:10 AM
School of Human Movement Studies, Charles Sturt University Bathurst
Campus, Australia is hosting an international fatigue symposium titled
"The Future of Fatigue in Exercise: An International Symposium on the
Limits to Exercise Performance".

The symposium will be held July 20-22, 2009 at the York Fairmont Resort,
Blue Mountains, NSW.

Abstracts are called for in the following areas of research:

The Central Governor Model and fatigue

Metabolic factors in fatigue during exercise

Fatigue and metabolic acidosis

Re-thinking the VO2Max

Anticipatory regulation

Exercise and fatigue in the older adult

Fatigue in sports performance

The Symposium will feature prominent international and national
researchers including:

Professor Timothy Noakes (University of Cape Town, South Africa). Head
of the Exercise Science and Sports Medicine Unit at the University of
Cape Town, South Africa, Professor Noakes is one of the world's leading
exercise scientists and the author of "Lore of Running".

Professor Stephen Cheung (Brock University, Canada). Professor Cheung is
a Canadian Research Chair in Environmental Ergonomics. His work focuses
on human performance in extreme environments and the effects of elevated
body temperatures in both recreational and occupational settings.

Professor Mark Hargreaves (University of Melbourne, Australia).
Professor Hargreaves has published widely on the regulation of muscle
expression during exercise and glycogen associated proteins in human
skeletal muscle.

Professor Robert Robergs (University of Western Sydney, Australia).
Professor Robergs is widely known for his research into central
cardiovascular responses to incremental exercise and the reassessment of
the VO2 plateau at VO2max. He is also the co-founder of the American
Society of Exercise Physiologists.

Early Bird Registration:

(Prior to 15 June)

$250 for professionals and $60 for students

Full Registration:

$300 for professionals and $80 for students

For more information and details regarding abstract submission please go
to the symposium website:


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Dr Jack Cannon
BSocSci(Hons), GradDipEd, PhD


Exercise Physiology & Functional Rehabilitation Clinic
Bachelor of Exercise Science Course Coordinator
Lecturer in Motor Control and Learning
School of Human Movement Studies
Faculty of Education
Charles Sturt University
Panorama Avenue
Bathurst 2795
( (02) 6338 4334
2 (02) 6338 4065
: jcannon@csu.edu.au

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