The purpose of this e-Learning tool is to provide an overview of the most recent findings and advancements in the field of whole body cryotherapy (WBC). As its popularity continues to grow, a better understanding of the science behind WBC will offer proven assurances about its benefits and neatly answer any questions you may have.
Viewers will gain a clear picture of the latest research showing the physiological and psychological impacts of WBC in the context of exercise, pathology and recovery. Armed with this information, users will not only be able to fully operate their own professional cryotherapy enterprise, but will be able to speak knowledgeably to the needs of a broad client base – from athletes and the general public to New Health enthusiasts.
We are pleased to offer the early-bird price of 299,00€. This membership will entitle you to full 36-month access to the entire e-Learning package, which includes 180 slides and 240 minutes of video tutorials.
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The course will be structured in 5 chapters, including 19 videos with 3:50 hours in total:
- Introduction to WBC
- Chapter 1: The various effects of cold on the body
- Chapter 2: Comparison between global cold technologies
- Chapter 3: Improvements in WBC
- Chapter 4: Benefits of WBC in the medical field and on well-being
- Chapter 5: Benefits of WBC in sport
How can I access the content?
Easy learning is our top priority. That’s why we’ve made the course available through both PC and mobile app so you can access wherever from wherever you are.
The content has been developed by longtime industry professional Christophe Hauswirth, PhD.
Dr. Hausswirth has been a professor and senior physiologist since 1995, and a leader in recovery and nutrition guidelines. He has, himself, participated as sport medicine specialist in six Olympic games and is the current CEO of the BeScored Institute, a center which helps companies to validate their products in the sports and health sectors.
Previously, he worked as part of the Head of the Scientific and Medical Department at the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy and was Director of Research at the French National Institute of Sport (INSEP, France) for 20 years.
Christophe Hausswirth has performed extensive research on the physiological aspects of endurance sport performance through testing innovative recovery strategies. He has published more than 100 articles in over 20 peer-reviewed journals and publications, including 8 books, 5 book chapters on whole-body cryotherapy, and 32 book chapters on sport.