The International Human Performance Summit will be held July 18-19 on the campus of Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) in San Antonio, Texas, USA. The objective of the Summit, now in its third year, is to provide attendees evidence-based, actionable information that can be put into practice. Join us to learn how leading sports teams and military units use science and technology to quantify and improve human performance.
Learn from World-class Speakers
Each speaker will have 45 minutes for their presentation plus 10 minutes for Q&A, allowing ample time to “dig deep” into their areas of expertise.
- Stuart Phillips (Nutrition, McMaster University)
- Amy Kruse (Neuroscience and Human potential, Platypus Institute)
- Dan Nicolella (Advanced Technology for Human Performance Assessment, SwRI)
- Roger Enoka (Neuromuscular fatigue, University of Colorado Boulder)
- Nicolas Musi (Professor of Medicine, Barshop Institute, UT Health)
- Megan Cannon (Sport + Performance Psychologist)
- Jen Rulon (USA Triathlon Level 1 Coach)
- Luke Bongiorno (Pain Management, NOI Group)
- Keith Baar (Tissue remodeling, UC Davis)
Topics Span Sport Science & Human Performance
This event attracts attendees from professional and collegiate sports teams, military special operations, universities, human performance R&D organizations, and other fields interested in elite performance. This format allows attendees to hear from outstanding speakers while also gaining unique insights from fellow attendees, which helps inspire novel approaches related to the following deciplines:
- Nutrition & Physiology
- Strength & Conditioning
- Motor Learning & Decision Making
- Performance Technology
NSCA Continuing Education Units
IHPS attendees will be eligible to receive continuing education units for participation in the Summit. National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) approved 1.0 CEU(s) in category A for certified individuals attending this event. Please coordinate with IHPS staff to document approved activity codes.
Cost & Registration
Registration includes two days of interactive presentations and discussions along with breakfast, lunch, snacks, and refreshments. Attendees will have the opportunity to tour SwRI’s world-class facilities to see laboratories used in scientific research from deep sea to deep space R&D.
- June 1-July 17: $550
- On-Site Registration (July 18): $650
- Military Discount: Contact us for information
Contact Kase Saylor or call +1 210 522 3703 with any questions.