Evan began using Muscle Oxygen Monitoring with his own athletes in 2016. He was a rapid learner of the emerging uses for the technology, drawing knowledge from many of the thought leaders of the time and developing his own knowledge as well. He gave a presentation at the 2017 Moxy Summit in Seattle and again at the 2020 online Moxy Summit. He has presented webinars and shared information on numerous podcasts. He also has a course specifically on multi-modal sport training that is available on the Training Think Tank website.
The Science & Practice of Performance Enhancement with Moxy was originally developed for professional team sport and military trainers. It was presented to small groups or even one-on-one over several days. Now it has been adapted to an online training format. It is the most advanced material that is currently publicly available for using muscle oxygen monitoring to train acyclic sport athletes more effectively.
NSCA Certification for CEU's
This course has been approved by NSCA for 0.6 Continuing Education Units in category D. To receive your completion certificate, you must complete all videos and quizzes. Then email [email protected] and we will send your certificate that can be submitted to the NSCA.
Evan Peikon is the owner of Emergent Performance Lab, an R&D firm that uses research, experimentation, and systems thinking to create practical interventions that drive meaningful performance outcomes. His clientele include military organizations, professional sports teams, and private companies who are invested in enhancing human performance.
Evan is also a coach, physiologist, and educator at the Training Think Tank HQ in Atlanta, GA where he works with athletes on-site and and remotely across the U.S. and internationally.
StartLesson I - Engineering Human Performance (5:06)
StartLesson II - Understanding Energetic Limitations (38:26)
StartLesson III - Understanding Sport Specific Limitations (44:55)
StartLesson IV - Training Interventions & Tools (37:31)
StartLesson IV - Zoning Energy System Training with NIRS (11:08)
StartSection III Quiz