HITRAINER WORKING ON METABOLIC RESEARCH SINCE 2008.

OUR LATEST STUDIES

  • Afterburn effect
  • Comparing results of shorter bouts of effort and rest using the HiTrainer instead of ergometer to existing data from previous studies using the 30sec work, 4 min rest protocol. By Dr. Tom Hazell, Wilfrid Laurier University
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  • Sport Specific
  • Effects of using the HiTrainer on repeated sprint ability with soccer and basketball players By Athanasio Destounis / Juliette Delaune, UQAM
  • Comparing biomechanics of sprinting on the HiTrainer to track running By Dr. François Prince / Gabriel-Aimé Audet-Girard, Université de Montréal
  • Effects of HiTrainer sprint training on 40 yard dash for football players By Jeff Watson / Kristine Walker, Western University
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  • Medical
  • Effects of using the Stride VS conventional treadmill on COPD patients By Dr. Alain-Steve Comtois / Oscar Ortiz , UQAM
  • Using HiTrainer for Improvements of concentration, behavior, motivation, self-confidence, healthy habits, teacher perception and academic results on ADHD children By Dr. Claudia Verret / Raphael Hart, UQAM

Advisory Board

Martin Gibala, PhD

Exercise Physiologist and Professor, McMaster University

Dr. Martin Gibala is a professor and chair of the Department of Kinesiology at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. He conducts basic research on metabolic regulation and applied studies on the impact of training and nutrition on human performance. Dr. Gibala is widely regarded as a leading expert on the physiological and health adaptations to high-intensity interval training. He has published over 100 peer-reviewed scientific articles and is frequently asked to speak at international conferences. Dr. Gibala is a past recipient of the SIRC Award for Outstanding High Performance Sport Research in Canada. He has received three awards for teaching excellence from the McMaster Students Union as well as the President's Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Supervision.

Scott Livingston, B.Sc., CAT(C), CSCS

Co-Owner at Premiere Performance and President at High Performance Sport

Scott Livingston has been working in the field of athletic performance for over twenty-five years. He is known for his dedication to building more efficient, effective and resilient athletes using his ability to assess movement dysfunction and deliver corrective exercise, while merging such strategies with effective and specific performance training. Scott has trained athletes at every level including professional athletes, Olympic athletes, and college athletes, as well as highly motivated recreational athletes. He currently co-owns and operates an educational business with his wife, High Performance Sport, focused on the education of clinical and training professionals in movement efficiency and injury reconditioning. He is also co-owner of Premiere Performance a performance training facility in Montreal, and he is a member of the leadership group of B2ten.

Dr. Stephen Norris

Vice-President, Sport, WinSport

Stephen Norris is the Vice-President, Sport at WinSport Canada based in Calgary, Alberta, and is charged with bringing together world-leading performance & development programming and the incredible facilities afforded by Canada Olympic Park, the Canmore Nordic Centre, and the Olympic Speed Skating Oval to create the benchmark 'Winter Sport Institute' for Canada. Previously, Stephen was the Director of Sport Physiology & Strategic Planning at the Canadian Sport Centre Calgary where he was focused on Canada's Winter Olympic teams for the last three Olympic cycles (Salt Lake City 2002, Torino 2006, & Vancouver 2010). His main role was to work with national team officials and coaches to devise and enact programs that increased the likelihood of success at international level competition within the multi-disciplinary team headed by Dr. David Smith.

Dr. Pierre 'Red' Beauchamp

Founder of Peak Sport Performance MindRoom

Pierre Beauchamp, Ph.D. is a graduate in Sport Psychology (Un. of Montreal), with over thirty five years of experience as a sport psychologist with the Canadian Olympic Association for a variety of Olympic Games: Lillehammer (1994); Atlanta (1996); Nagano (1998); Salt Lake (2002); Vancouver (2010) and London (2012). Specifically, Pierre has worked with the Canadian Olympic Speedskating Short-track team, Olympic Ski Cross Team, Olympic Aerial Ski Team, Olympic Mogul Ski Team, PGA Tour and National Golf Team, Professional and Major Junior Hockey Players, Taekwondo, Karate, Mixed Marital Arts, National Team Figure Skating, and 2013 World Champion in Pistol Shooting (India).

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