Nikos Apostolopoulos is shifting sports world paradigms of passive static stretching
Miami, Nov 27, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - SportsEdTV has added Nikos Apostolopoulos to its array of renowned contributors. He has been instrumental in generating a sports world paradigm shift regarding the use of gentle passive static stretching (microStretching®) for recovery and regeneration.
"As a recovery and regeneration specialist Nikos Apostolopoulos has worked with hall of fame and other elite, professional and amateur athletes internationally, as well as sports organizations and federations and now our health-conscious audience members," said Robert Mazzucchelli Founder and Chairman SportsEdTV.
Nikos was awarded both his Ph.D. and MPhil degrees from the University of Wolverhampton (UK), and his Bachelor of Physical and Health Education from the University of Toronto (CAN) with an emphasis in sports medicine.
"Nikos is the founder of Stretch Therapy® and microStretching® which is about aiding in the recovery and regeneration of the body with low-intensity passive static stretching, an innovation being welcomed in the sports world as evidenced by his long client list of big-time athletes and leagues," added Victor Bergonzoli, CEO SportsEdTV.
Currently, Apostolopoulos is an adjunct professor with the Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education at the University of Toronto (CAN).
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