Paul Cater and Per Tesch are the moderators, and will co-chair the 1st Global Hamstring Project, the leading international reference meeting and network focusing on performance enhancement and injury prevention as it relates to hamstring muscle(s) and conditioning.
Paul Cater, MSc, S&C Coach, Baltimore Orioles, Since year 2012 Paul Cater is Strength & Conditioning coach and a return to play specialist of the Baltimore Orioles professional baseball team. A former football player, Paul is the founder and owner of Alpha Project Sport Science in Salinas, CA, serving professional athletes as well as corporate wellness. Paul earned a MSc in Sports Science and strength and conditioning from the Middlesex University, London. He coached the London Wasps Rugby Club from 2005-2010. For many years now Paul have implemented flywheel resistance training to advance rehab and return to play faster, and is considered an american pioneer in this area.
Per Tesch, is the founder of the Global Hamstring Project®. He is also the creator, founder and senior advisor of nHANCE™ driven by YoYo™ Technology, and CEO of YoYo Sports & Medical, the annual host of the GHP. Per is a muscle & exercise physiologist, and a Professor Emeritus of the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden. His muscle research span from, and relates to e.g., athletic and military performance, spaceflight, disuse and disease, and resistance exercise training. Per, born and raised in Stockholm, now resides in Barcelona
nHANCE™ driven by YoYo™ Stockholm – Barcelona
Founder of Alpha Project Sport Science in Salinas, CA
John R. Horsley
Graduated with a BS in Physical Therapy, from California State University, Long Beach in 1989, Horsley established RESTOR in 1990 with hopes of providing better care for patients requiring therapy assistance. His extensive athletic background and competitive nature contributes to his philosophy of rehabilitating individuals to their maximum potential. Horsley spends a great amount of time researching solutions to problems that have been resistant to other interventions. His proactive stance to physical therapy is a result of his problem solving approach to treating a cause rather than an effect.
Senior lecturer at Universidad Pablo de Olavide and investigator at Qatar National Research Fund (Qatar Foundation)
Paul Cater, MSc., Return to Play Specialist Baltimore Orioles, Strength & Conditioning Coach Owner Alpha Project Sport Science, Salinas, CA