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In this episode of the “Audio Review”, Tom Green discusses the importance of bone health for young athletes and how to improve it. We also cover what we currently know, and don’t know, from the research.

In this episode, you will learn:

  • Why bone health is important
  • How it can be measured
  • How you can go about improving the bone health of your athletes
  • Recommendations for non-load bearding sport athletes (e.g. swimmers and cyclists)
  • What research we hope to see in the near future

Episode length = 42 minutes

About Tom GreenTom Green - Science for Sport

Tom has an MSc in Applied Strength and Conditioning from Hartpury College. He is currently working at Gloucester Rugby Club as an Academy S&C Assistant and has experience in professional boxing, semi-professional football and GB Equine.

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