Speakers 2019

Péter Kovács, PhD

 

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I was born in Kisvárda, in 1972.

I finished my secondary school studies in the specialised sports development program of Vasvári Pál Secondary School, Nyíregyháza. I obtained a teacher’s degree at the faculty of biology and physical education at Bessenyei György Teachers’ Training College, Nyíregyháza, and a master’s degree at the Hungarian University of Physical Education, Budapest. I also qualified as a trainer in different kinds of sport – athletics, aerobics, body-building and powerlifting.

Between 1997 and 2007 I worked as a deputy of physical and physiological fitness checking department. I had a leading role in developing and maintaining the system of physical fitness testing for the Hungarian Armed Forces. I obtained my PhD degree in the same field of studies in 2005.

As an entrepreneur, I established my own performance diagnostics unit in 2007.

In 2010, I was requested by the manager of the National Sport Health Institute (commonly known as Sport Hospital) to undertake the reorganisation of the performance diagnostics department. Since then, I have been managing the Research Department in Performance Diagnostics of the Hospital, which is considered to be the cradle of Hungarian performance diagnostics, as it broke fresh ground for research in this area in Hungary. Based on the legacy of Jenő Malomsoki, I worked out the periodic functional system in performance diagnostics, which has been adopted by over 40 kinds of Summer and Winter Olympic Sports in Hungary.

Based on my activity in the past 20 years, the applied researches and experience gained in more than 200 000 examinations in the field of work- and sport-physiology, I have been regularly present as a lecturer at conferences on the topic of sport specific health and performance diagnostics and as an instructor of special examination courses for sports physicians.

I was born in Kisvárda, in 1972.
I finished my secondary school studies in the specialised sports development program of
Vasvári Pál Secondary School, Nyíregyháza. I obtained a teacher’s degree at the faculty of
biology and physical education at Bessenyei György Teachers’ Training College,
Nyíregyháza, and a master’s degree at the Hungarian University of Physical Education,
Budapest. I also qualified as a trainer in different kinds of sport – athletics, aerobics, body-
building and powerlifting.
Between 1997 and 2007 I worked as a deputy of physical and physiological fitness checking
department. I had a leading role in developing and maintaining the system of physical fitness
testing for the Hungarian Armed Forces. I obtained my PhD degree in the same field of
studies in 2005.
As an entrepreneur, I established my own performance diagnostics unit in 2007.
In 2010, I was requested by the manager of the National Sport Health Institute (commonly
known as Sport Hospital) to undertake the reorganisation of the performance diagnostics
department. Since then, I have been managing the Research Department in Performance
Diagnostics of the Hospital, which is considered to be the cradle of Hungarian performance
diagnostics, as it broke fresh ground for research in this area in Hungary. Based on the legacy
of Jenő Malomsoki, I worked out the periodic functional system in performance diagnostics,
which has been adopted by over 40 kinds of Summer and Winter Olympic Sports in Hungary.
Based on my activity in the past 20 years, the applied researches and experience gained in
more than 200 000 examinations in the field of work- and sport-physiology, I have been
regularly present as a lecturer at conferences on the topic of sport specific health and
performance diagnostics and as an instructor of special examination courses for sports
physicians.

About US

Conference Organiser: Szechenyi Health Center, H-1085 Budapest, Benczúr str.27., Hungary

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