CPLED talks, an open space for training in Science and Sports

Since the beginning of the pandemic, many paradigms in various fields have been modified. Sport and science was one of them, and through the networks the College of Trainers proposes every Wednesday a topic for debate among the best exponents of Latin America.

The arrival of the pandemic with COVID 19 came to reconfigure spaces and paradigms in all areas. Sport and science were not alien to it. And among so many information, beliefs or magic solutions, the CPLED Colegio de Entrenadores (a Latin American training network based in Mexico) arrived to establish, through its conversations, a space for debate among the different Spanish-speaking academics.

In this way, from a theme such as “Physical Exercise and COVID” to “Workflow, decision making and data-based training design” and “Strategies for the development of new athletes”, the talks seek to consolidate as a new space exchange and Ibero-American training. Rescuing the experiences that each exponent carried out in the middle of the pandemic in their countries of origin and the sports policies that were applied (or not) for that purpose.

This Wednesday, November 17 at 19 (Mexico) and 22 (Argentina) the topic of the Conversation will be “Vision of the paradigm in sports training” with a panel of experts.

The talk can be followed on the facebook page of the College of Trainers Cpled1. And his YouTube channel: Cpled, where all the conversations throughout the year are uploaded.

The dynamics of the Conversation is a presentation about the theme of the event, which is moderated by Pedro Gómez Castañeda, to later lead to interactions with the public present.

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