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Gray Institute visits us in Stockholm and Oslo

Gray Institute visits us in Stockholm and Oslo

David Tiberio PhD, Dean of the Gray Institute and professor emeritus University of Connecticut will be giving a lecture in both Oslo and Stockholm this May. The previous lectures have been a great success and this is something you do not want to miss. In his lecture David will describe how Applied Functional Science looks at trunk stability training. He will put this in contrast to other theories and how trunk stability can be related to labrum tears and other groin injuries.

Stockholm

When: May 2nd, 18:00-20:00

Where: Strix Förelesningssal, von Eulers väg 4a, Karolinska Institutet

Price: Free for members of idrottsmedicinska föreningen, non-members 50 SEK. (Be aware of different location from previous lectures from David)

Oslo

When: May 3rd, 17:00-19:00

Where: Auditorium A, Norwegian School of Sports Science, Sognsveien 220

Price: Free

Sign up: Please email Ola Eriksrud at ola@3dfunctionalscience.com

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Martin Taipale

Athletic 1080 is proud to announce Martin Taipale as a new trainer in our team. He will be a great addition and supplement to what we already do. Martin has played as professional tennis player and has great personal experience from what is needed to reach a high level of performance based upon his own experience as well as working with other clients and athletes. He has worked with athletes at the highest level in sports such as tennis and golf. He is currently enrolled in GIFT program from the Gray Institute to become a Fellow of Applied Functional Science.