Timing, motor learning, and muscle-tendon physiology are important facets of athletic performance. Take an evidence-based approach to these concepts with sport scientist Bas Van Hooren.
About Bas Van Hooren
Bas Van Hooren is an athlete, applied sport scientist, and strength and conditioning specialist from Gronsveld, The Netherlands. He currently lectures at Fontys University of Applied Sports Sciences. As an athlete, Bas has won multiple medals at the national championships, including a gold medal at the national championship 3000m indoor in 2017.
As an applied sport scientist, Bas has written multiple peer-reviewed scientific publications about a variety of sport science topics, and has a special interest in the transfer effects of training on sports performance and injury prevention. Bas has trained individuals ranging from the elite to recreational levels with a special interest in sports that involve running. He has a bachelor’s degree in applied sport sciences from Fontys University and a master’s in Human Movement Sciences from Maastricht University.