Wednesday 9th May

Time Session
10:00-10:30 The future of fitness: Trends and innovations
09:50-10:20 Air pollution v active travel
09:50-10:20 Breathing: lowering stress and enhancing performance
09:55-10:30 Understanding the ‘hard to reach’: the power of public data
10:15-10:45 Tracey Crouch keynote presentation
10:35-11:05 Keeping the UK's top killers in check: Stroke and high blood pressure
10:40-11:10 Sleep optimisation for peak performance
10:55-11:35 Improving inclusivity: Driving participation among disabled people
11:00-11:40 The 'how to' of social media
11:35-12:05 Keeping the UK's top killers in check: Cancer
11:40-12:10 Maximising recovery strategies
11:40-12:20 Does exercise have an impact on obesity?
12:05-12:45 Getting kids active at school
12:10-12:40 Delivering a successful sports facility project – a ‘how to’ guide
12:30-13:10 Exercise and cancer care
12:40-13:10 Fuelling athletes for optimal function
12:50-13:20 Michael Mosley keynote presentation
13:10-13:50 Getting the attention of the investment community
13:15-13:55 Keeping teens active
13:35-14:15 Pre- and post-surgery: How exercise improves your odds under the knife
13:40-14:10 Hydration and performance
13:50-14:40 Exercise referral is dead. Long live social prescribing
14:20-14:50 Bringing the costs of pool operation under control
14:25-15:05 Physiotherapy: Getting the inactive more active
14:40-15:10 Nutrition - guidance for fitness industry
14:40-15:20 The benefits of a ‘multi morbidity’ approach - putting the evidence into practice
15:00-15:40 Unleashing the potential of the sporting economy
15:10-15:40 Increasing aquatics revenues
15:30-16:10 Behaviour change techniques to tackle inactivity
15:40-16:10 Fat and performance
15:45-16:20 Proving your worth: How to build an evidence base
16:10-16:40 Is open data the key to unlocking participation?
16:30-17:15 Working with GPs: Prescribing physical activity
16:35-17:00 Why public pools should be made available for aquatic therapy
16:40-17:10 The health and performance benefits of a healthy gut

Thursday 10th May

Time Session
09:45-10:25 Making savings the no risk way
09:50-10:30 Why the menopause needn't be a slippery slope to bad health
09:50-10:20 Planning for success
09:45-10:15 Sir Muir Gray CBE keynote presentation
09:55-10:30 Redesigning sport to target new audiences
10:25-11:10 Our population is ageing. Let’s make sure it ages well.
10:40-11:10 What do our genes really tell you about our sporting abilities?
10:40-11:20 Here’s how you really make money from personal training
10:45-11:25 Exercise & the natural environment – the perfect anti-stress combination
10:55-11:35 A city-wide approach: Collaboration and partnership working
11:40-12:20 Behaviour change: Making a difference to entire communities
11:40-12:10 Stress, resilience and performance
11:50-12:30 Creating an experience
11:55-12:35 Older adults: Strength and balance for falls prevention
12:05-12:45 Reaching the inactive: Sport England’s local delivery pilots
12:40-13:10 The importance of vitamin D for performance
12:50-13:05 Wellness in the UK: Growth, trends and customer loyalty
13:00-13:40 Getting the most from your staff
13:05-13:45 Pregnancy: Why and how to be active
13:15-13:55 Boosting the economy through physical activity
13:20-13:45 How sport and activity could save the UK
13:40-14:10 How is technology utilised as a driver to improve the member performance?
14:00-14:40 Technology: Friend, not foe
14:00-15:00 Using data effectively
14:15-14:55 Mental Health: Using exercise to treat depression
14:25-15:05 We all want to age in good health. Here’s how we make it happen…
14:40-15:10 The science of meditation - understanding the health performance benefits
15:10-15:50 Are we selling physical activity all wrong?
15:30-16:00 Understanding the millennial mindset
15:25-16:05 Mental health: Preventing cognitive decline through activity
15:30-16:00 Making physical activity socially inclusive
15:40-16:10 The benefits of the outdoor environment on human performance