Paolo received his Master’s Degree in Sport Science for Prevention and Rehabilitation in 2009 from the Catholic University of Milan. Member of the A-FIT project (Astronaut exercise prescriptions promoting health and fitness on Earth) funded by the European Space Agency, in 2015 he obtained a Ph.D. in Physical Exercise and Human Movement Sciences at the University of Verona. He studied and analyzed the effects of high intensity training in the elderly population defending a thesis entitled “Cardiovascular and skeletal muscle responses to chronic concurrent exercise using HIT and Flywheel Technology in older adults”. During his training, he had the opportunity to collaborate with several national and international excellences and he was involved in the analysis of physical performance in sports and research.
After his Ph.D., Paolo has continued his studies in the field of exercise physiology with a 3 years post-doctoral position at the University of Verona and at the University of Brescia. He has published about 20 papers related to sport science and exercise physiology in international peer reviewed journals.
Since 2011, he collaborates with the Laboratory of Applied Exercise Physiology at the Catholic University of Milan. He works as a sport and health science freelancer in the field of sport performance, health prevention and health promotion in partnership with sports clubs, private companies and public institutions.