Survey reveals key issues facing health + wellness amongst our youth
Australian company SportsMed has today revealed the results of a targeted survey that unveils the challenges facing young Australians when it comes to leading a healthy and successful life.
SportsMed will launch its inaugural Leadership Summit this Tuesday March 3, at the Pavilion at the Allan Border Fields.
Over 120 school leaders and staff from schools throughout Brisbane will be attending the summit to meet and listen to a panel of expert sporting professionals including world-class athletes and SportsMed ambassadors triathlete Sam Betten and dual cricket and soccer champion Ellyse Perry.
Being able to share my learnings from my experience as a professional triathlete to other young people is a privilege, Betten said. It has taken a number of years for me to feel my absolute best mentally and as many young people experience today, it’s not all easy.
SportsMed works with some of the best names in elite sport.
The cloud-based platform can be customised for rugby, football, dance, weightlifting tertiary education and more.
SportsMed is pleased to announce our position as an official supplier to the St George Queensland Reds for 2015.
SportsMed delivers the world’s only software system that aggregates data from multiple sources and third-party devices to deliver quantified insights to help team staff identify real threats to an athlete’s health and performance.
From this information coaches and medical support can apply their own logic and experience to make quicker and more informed decisions for athlete rehabilitation, performance, talent development and injury treatment.