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Sport & Exercise Science with Hannah Hersant

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Join Hannah Hersant as she poses the concept: ‘The Science of Sprinting: How to Break the 100m Record’ in a series of episodes that culminate in a topical and fascinating Subject Spotlight focussed on Sport & Exercise Science, with a closer look at biomechanics, nutrition, sports psychology and much more..

Sport & Exercise Science with Hannah Hersant

Middlesex University

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Join Hannah Hersant as she poses the concept: ‘The Science of Sprinting: How to Break the 100m Record’ in a series of episodes that culminate in a topical and fascinating Subject Spotlight focussed on Sport & Exercise Science, with a closer look at biomechanics, nutrition, sports psychology and much more..

What to expect

1. Screening & injury prevention
2. Biomechanics and performance programming
3. Physiological components for success and nutrition
4. Technique, coaching points & mindset of a sprinter
5. The final stretch

Meet the academic

Hannah Hersant is an associate lecturer at Middlesex University, London Sport Institute. She has worked in academia for 4 years, whilst also working in elite sport as a performance analyst, working with Surrey Storm Netball, Saracens Mavericks Netball, England Netball and British Canoeing. Hannah's research interests lie in sport Performance analysis and performance profiling, where she has worked as part of major projects and research within this area. Hannah also works as part of a funded research project, looking to increase the physical activity levels of local families and communities in South London. She hopes to begin a PhD in the near future, assessing performance profiling techniques within elite netball.