For 17 years, he has worked worldwide with professional and Olympic athletes, as well as professional teams in various disciplines (football, athletics, basketball, rugby, baseball, cycling, weightlifting, volleyball, swimming, martial arts, fencing, water polo, tennis, archery, etc.). He was one of the major exponents and the first to use technology in sports (infrared thermography, foot pressure mapping, mytonometer, EMG and neurofeedback), for athlete evaluation, injury prevention and performance improvement. He is regularly invited as a principal speaker of international conferences in Sports Sciences, Medicine, Strength and Conditioning of Sport: in recent years, he has been invited by various Universities. He is Senior Director of Performance Science and Certification Manager at the AESA (Asian Exercise and Sport Science Association), as well as external lecturer in performance science and sports technology. He is a member of the Setanta College faculty in Ireland, and a member of the editorial advisory board of the US journal Lower Extremity Review (LER), the most influential journal for lower limb biomechanics, sports medicine and rehabilitation. Writer and co-author of articles for several magazines including the “British Athletics Weekly”, the world’s number 1 athletics magazine. As a strength and conditioning specialist he trained hundreds of athletes in different sports that then competed in the Olympic Games, European and World Championships. Sports performance consultant for athletes, governing bodies, federations and professional teams (football, basketball, rugby) in Europe, Asia and the USA. In addition, he collaborates with several high-tech companies for research and development of new technologies in the field of training and sports performance monitoring. His main areas of interest and research are: autonomic nervous system, biomechanics of the foot, recovery and monitoring of athletes.