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Frontier Heart Seminar

Keeping your heart safe during exercise: lessons from the world's leading sports cardiologist

About this Event :

With a rapid increase in instances of renowned sports persons developing cardiac health issues, there is a renewed focus on the significance of monitoring your heart while training. The correlation of fitness and heart health is often misunderstood. Continuous monitoring of ECG while exercising could be a leading factor in preventing most cardiac incidents, even in younger people.

Discover valuable insights as to why Prof. Sanjay Sharma recommends watching your heart while you exercise and play sports.

Who is this seminar for?

If you are interested in optimizing your fitness routines while being healthy in your heart, this seminar is for you. Whether you are a marathon runner, a fitness enthusiast, or even someone who has recovered from heart disease, this seminar will provide you with good tips.

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Event Details

Date: 29 February 2022

Time: 9:00AM (PST) / 12:00PM (EST) / 5:00PM (BST) / 10:30 (IST)

Duration: 60 minutes

Venue: Zoom

About this Event

With a rapid increase in instances of renowned sports persons developing cardiac health issues, there is a renewed focus on the significance of monitoring your heart while training. The correlation of fitness and heart health is often misunderstood. Continuous monitoring of ECG while exercising could be a leading factor in preventing most cardiac incidents, even in younger people.

Discover valuable insights as to why Prof. Sanjay Sharma recommends watching your heart while you exercise and play sports.

Who is this seminar for?

If you are interested in optimizing your fitness routines while being healthy in your heart, this seminar is for you. Whether you are a marathon runner, a fitness enthusiast, or even someone who has recovered from heart disease, this seminar will provide you with good tips.

Keynote speaker: Prof. Sanjay Sharma

  • Professor of cardiology with international renown and more than 400 publications in the scientific literature

  • Focused interest and revolutionary research in sudden cardiac death in the young and sports cardiology, inherited heart muscle and electrical diseases

  • Member of the Sport Cardiology section of the European Association of Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Rehabilitation since 2008 and elected as a Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology in the same year.

  • In addition to leading the Cardiac Risk in the Young screening programme, which is the largest of its kind in the UK, Professor Sharma is responsible for screening most members of the GB National athletic teams.

Prof. Sanjay Sharma will talk about

  • How can technology help us keep tabs on our heart during exercise, whiled out on the field?

  • Interesting case reports on athletes with ECG changes during and after exercise including:
    - Ventricular Tachycardia/ NSVT
    - Atrial fibrillation
    - Frequent ectopic beats

  • How do you safely return to exercise after Covid-19?

  • Can ECG monitoring help screen athletes with cardiac concerns and prevent / reduce the incidence of sudden cardiac death?

  • Do endurance athletes encounter heart problems as they get older? Can too much exercise be bad for you?

Watch the previous edition of the Frontier Heart Seminar

Exercising with Cardiac Concerns: How & where to draw the line

About this Event

Tune in this World Heart Day, to find out how best to exercise the muscle that never rests from cardiac experts and elite athletes. While each heart is unique, let's also listen in to stories of hearts with histories, to help find what’s best for each of us.

#FrontierHeartSeminar

Our Panel of Experts will discuss the following:

1. Can exercise be too much of a good thing?

2. How best can exercise be used to prevent heart disease?

3. Tips while exercising with rhythm disorders of the heart, like Atrial Fibrillation, Ectopic Beats or Ventricular Tachycardia.

4. How do you safely return to exercise after Covid-19?

5. How can technology help us keep tabs on our hearts during exercise, while out on the field?

6. Do endurance athletes encounter heart problems as they get older?

Event Details

Date: 29 September 2021

Time: 0900hrs (PST) / 1200hrs (EST) / 1700hrs (BST) / 2130hrs (IST)

Duration: 60 minutes

Venue: Zoom (Free)

About this Event:

With a rapid increase in instances of renowned sports persons developing cardiac health issues, there is a renewed focus on the significance of monitoring your heart while training. The correlation of fitness and heart health is often misunderstood. Continuous monitoring of ECG while exercising could be a leading factor in preventing most cardiac incidents, even in younger people.

Discover valuable insights as to why Prof. Sanjay Sharma recommends watching your heart while you exercise and play sports.

Who is this seminar for?

If you are interested in optimizing your fitness routine while being healthy in your heart, this seminar is for you. Whether you are a marathon runner, a fitness enthusiast, or even someone who has recovered from heart disease, this seminar will provide you with good tips.

Keynote speaker: Prof. Sanjay Sharma

  • Professor of cardiology with international renown and more than 400 publications in the scientific literature

 

  • Focused interest and revolutionary research in sudden cardiac death in the young and sports cardiology, inherited heart muscle and electrical diseases

 

  • Member of the Sport Cardiology section of the European Association of Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Rehabilitation since 2008 and elected as a Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology in the same year.

 

  • In addition to leading the Cardiac Risk in the Young screening programme, which is the largest of its kind in the UK, Professor Sharma is responsible for screening most members of the GB National athletic teams.

Prof. Sanjay Sharma talked about:

  • How can technology help us keep tabs on our heart during exercise, while out on the field?

  • Interesting case reports on athletes with ECG changes during and after exercise including:
    - Ventricular Tachycardia/ NSVT
    - Atrial fibrillation
    - Frequent ectopic beats

  • How do you safely return to exercise after Covid-19?

  • Can ECG monitoring help screen athletes with cardiac concerns and prevent / reduce the incidence of sudden cardiac death?

  • Do endurance athletes encounter heart problems as they get older? Can too much exercise be bad for you?

Watch the previous edition of the Frontier Heart Seminar

Exercising with Cardiac Concerns: How & where to draw the line

About this Event

Tune in this World Heart Day, to find out how best to exercise the muscle that never rests from cardiac experts and elite athletes. While each heart is unique, let's also listen in to stories of hearts with histories, to help find what’s best for each of us.

#FrontierHeartSeminar

Event Details

Date: 29 September 2021

Time: 0900hrs (PST) / 1200hrs (EST) / 1700hrs (BST) / 2130hrs (IST)

Duration: 60 minutes

Venue: Zoom (Free)

About this Event :

With a rapid increase in instances of renowned sports persons developing cardiac health issues, there is a renewed focus on the significance of monitoring your heart while training. The correlation of fitness and heart health is often misunderstood. Continuous monitoring of ECG while exercising could be a leading factor in preventing most cardiac incidents, even in younger people.

Discover valuable insights as to why Prof. Sanjay Sharma recommends watching your heart while you exercise and play sports.

Who is this seminar for?

If you are interested in optimizing your fitness routines while being healthy in your heart, this seminar is for you. Whether you are a marathon runner, a fitness enthusiast, or even someone who has recovered from heart disease, this seminar will provide you with good tips.

Key Note speaker : Prof. Sanjay Sharma

* Professor of cardiology with international renown and more than 400 publications in the scientific literature

* Focused interest and revolutionary research in sudden cardiac death in the young and sports cardiology, inherited heart muscle and electrical diseases

* Member of the Sport Cardiology section of the European Association of Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Rehabilitation since 2008 and elected as a Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology in the same year.

* In addition to leading the Cardiac Risk in the Young screening programme, which is the largest of its kind in the UK, Professor Sharma is responsible for screening most members of the GB National athletic teams.

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Event Details:

Date: 29 September 2021

Time: 9:00AM (PST) / 12:00PM (EST) / 5:00PM (BST) / 10:30 (IST)

Duration: 60 minutes

Venue: Zoom


Exercising with Cardiac Concerns:

How & where to draw the line

Missed the Frontier Heart Seminar? Watch it here and find out how best to exercise the muscle that never rests from cardiac experts and elite athletes.

Exercising with Cardiac Concerns:

How & where to draw the line

Missed the Frontier Heart Seminar? Watch it here and find out how best to exercise the muscle that never rests from cardiac experts and elite athletes.


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About this Event:

With a rapid increase in instances of renowned sports persons developing cardiac health issues, there is a renewed focus on the significance of monitoring your heart while training. The correlation of fitness and heart health is often misunderstood. Continuous monitoring of ECG while exercising could be a leading factor in preventing most cardiac incidents, even in younger people.

Discover valuable insights as to why Prof. Sanjay Sharma recommends watching your heart while you exercise and play sports.

Who is this seminar for?

If you are interested in optimizing your fitness routine while being healthy in your heart, this seminar is for you. Whether you are a marathon runner, a fitness enthusiast, or even someone who has recovered from heart disease, this seminar will provide you with good tips.

Keynote speaker: Prof. Sanjay Sharma  

  • Professor of cardiology with international renown and more than 400 publications in the scientific literature
  • Focused interest and revolutionary research in sudden cardiac death in the young and sports cardiology, inherited heart muscle and electrical diseases
  • Member of the Sport Cardiology section of the European Association of Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Rehabilitation since 2008 and elected as a Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology in the same year.
  • In addition to leading the Cardiac Risk in the Young screening programme, which is the largest of its kind in the UK, Professor Sharma is responsible for screening most members of the GB National athletic teams.

Prof. Sanjay Sharma talked about:

  • How can technology help us keep tabs on our heart during exercise, while out on the field?

  • Interesting case reports on athletes with ECG changes during and after exercise including:
    - Ventricular Tachycardia/ NSVT

    - Atrial fibrillation

    - Frequent ectopic beats

  • How do you safely return to exercise after Covid-19?

  • Can ECG monitoring help screen athletes with cardiac concerns and prevent / reduce the incidence of sudden cardiac death?

  • Do endurance athletes encounter heart problems as they get older? Can too much exercise be bad for you?


Watch the previous edition of the
Frontier Heart Seminar

Exercising with Cardiac Concerns: How & where to draw the line