Maxime Trempe is a research associate at the Institut national du sport du Québec and a professor at Bishop’s University where he teaches in both the Sport Studies and Biology programs. He has completed a Ph.D. in sport exercise sciences at the Université de Montréal and a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology. His research interests are oriented towards the factors that accelerate motor skill learning of complex movements and identifying optimal training methods. In the last few years, most of his research has investigated the consolidation processes taking place between practice sessions. In addition to his academic activities, Maxime is also an NCCP Learning Facilitator, a position that allows him to share his 15 years of experience as an alpine ski coach and instructor in Quebec, Alberta, and New Zealand.