Webinar: Integrating Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing into Brain and Mental Health research
- 7 Mar 23
Accredited Exercise Scientist and Physiologist Sam Hughes takes us through his research on Integrating Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing into Brain and Mental Health.
- Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing
- Metabolic Equivalents (METS)
- Heart Rate Zones
- Rating of Perceived Exertion (RPE)
In this webinar, Sam will run you through different parameters of his research while using an ADInstruments Exercise Physiology Kit and Metabolic Module. Learn to accurately analyze and measure VO2 Scores, Respiratory Exchange Ratios, Lactate Thresholds, Ventilation Rates, and more! This webinar will give you a front-row seat into physical activity's role in brain and mental health.
Exercise Physiology Kit»
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About the speaker:
Accredited Exercise Scientist and Physiologist
Brain Park, Monash University
Sam Hughes works in the Brain and Mental Health research field at Monash University's BrainPark. Sam is passionate about the interplay between brain health, physical health, and exercise as he creates operational procedures regarding fitness measurements, exercise interventions, and data handling. Notable research areas include exercise effects on cognitive integrity in cannabis users, behavioral control in subclinical OCD populations, and mental performance in tertiary students.