Mind, Body, Business Series: Extending Your Performance Window

Mind, Body, Business Series: Extending Your Performance Window

How do we manage our energy - both physically and mental - when we're already at capacity? This has never been more important  in Hong Kong when more stressors are being brought to bear - both in the workplace and at home.

Learn more from leading expert, elite high performance trainer Andrew Cox as part of our AustCham Mind, Body, Business Series. Lifestyle behaviours such as whether we exercise or not, the types of foods we eat (or don't eat), and how well we can recover, are all factors and skills we can develop. These skills greatly influence how productive and healthy we are in the short, mid and long term.

During this series, Andrew will shed light on how to manage our energy and well-being for sustainable, high level performance both in and outside the workplace. Learn how to apply strategies from elite performance and how to make them stick in an already busy lifestyle.

We are committed to supporting our 1,400 members, to improve your overall well-being and productivity as corporate leaders and as individuals. If you would like to learn more about how you can improve your performance in every aspect of your life, do yourself, your colleagues and your teams a favour and join us on Thursday, August 22.

Sponsors

Series Sponsor
Gleneagles Hospital
Gleneagles Hospital
King & Wood Mallesons
King & Wood Mallesons

Date:

Thu, August 22, 2019


Time:

12:00 PM - 02:00 PM

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Location:

King & Wood Mallesons, 13/F Gloucester Tower, The Landmark, 15 Queen's Road Central




Fees:

Member: $200.00

Non-Member: $350.00


Event Resources:

Extending Your Performance Window Paper Booking Form.pdf

SPEAKER(S)

Andrew Cox
Joint Dynamics Ltd

In addition to being the director of Joint Dynamics Ltd, Andrew is a trainer, lifestyle coach and educator in health, fitness and high performance, where his spectrum ranges from reactive health to proactive health and high-level performance.

Andrew has been an educator for The US National Academy of Sport Medicine (NASM) and has previously worked with clients including; Chinese Olympic Committee, The House of Dancing Water, Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank, Hong Kong Police Department and Four Seasons Hong Kong.