Round table: “Exercise physiology testing and sports performance” – Frédéric Margue, Eric Besenius, Prof Axel Urhausen – 15 November
You are invited to our upcoming round table on 15 November at 17:30 in the amphitheatre of “d’Coque”. The event is free to attend and registration is not required. Please note that there will be no livestream for this lecture.
The round table discussion will feature our invited guests Frédéric Margue, Eric Besenius, and Prof. Axel Urhausen.
Professor Dr. Axel Urhausen is a sports doctor with a specialisation in exercise physiology. He is one of the co-founders of the Sports Clinic at Centre Hospitalier de Luxembourg (CHL) in Eich and the Luxembourg Institute of Research in Orthopedics, Sports Medicine, and Science (LIROMS). He holds the position of President in the Luxembourg Society of Sports Medicine and is a member of the Board of Directors at LIHPS. Additionally, he has worked as a physician at seven Olympic Games.
Frédéric Margue (M.Sc. Diagnostics and Training) is currently employed as “Head of Performance” at LIHPS, which he joined in 2019. He is an expert for exercise physiology with a strong knowledge in performance diagnostics and endurance sports. He provides sport scientific counselling to athletes and coaches related to results from metabolic tests, recommendations regarding endurance training and also advises them on thermoregulation, hypoxia and other physiological topics. Before, he was in charge of creating the sport science concept for the « High Performance Training & Recovery Centre », which is now managed by the LIHPS and used by the Luxembourgish elite athletes.
Eric Besenius is a sports scientist (M.Sc. Sports Science in Elite Sports) who specialises in exercise physiology. He started his career as a research assistant at the Sports Medicine Research Laboratory of the Luxembourg Institute of Health in 2014. In 2019, he assumed a role as a sports scientist at the CHL Sports Clinic, primarily concentrating on performance diagnostics. Simultaneously, he became part of the LIHPS as a sports scientist, where he focuses on enhancing the performance and recovery of Luxembourg’s elite athletes in the field of performance physiology.
Olivier Catani (RTL) will take on the role of moderator for the round table discussion.
The round table will be held in Luxembourgish and is primarily aimed at coaches and athletes, but is also open to the general public. The presentation itself will last about 60 minutes, followed by a 15-minute Q&A session. We hope to see you there!
A registration of the round table can be found here:
The slides are available here: Slides Round Table Exercise Physiology