Sports Science

Fatigue Series: Introduction

2008-04-29: Here’s one of the million dollar questions in sports sciences today: How is it possible for a 10km runner to SPEED UP in the final…

…Read More »

Fatigue and Exercise: Part I A

2008-05-01: On Tuesday, we introduced a new series on Fatigue and Performance, which, based on the comments and responses so far, promises to provide much food for…

…Read More »

Fatigue and Exercise: Part I B

2008-05-02: We introduce and contrast two theories for fatigue - peripheral and central models, along with examples, and introducing pacing…

…Read More »

Fatigue and Exercise: Part II

2008-05-06: Back in the saddle for Part 3 of our series on Fatigue today. In previous posts, we’ve , and contrasted it with the theory of…

…Read More »

Fatigue and Exercise: Part III

2008-05-12: Exercise in the heat provides a great model to investigate fatigue. An old, then a new theory, to explain exercise in the heat have revealed…

…Read More »

Fatigue and Exercise: Part IV

2008-05-21: A discussion of research that shows that smaller athletes pace themselves differently from larger athletes in hot, but not cool conditions. This suggests some kind…

…Read More »

Fatigue and Exercise: Part V

2008-05-28: Continued discussion on how the brain regulates exercise intensity during exercise in the…

…Read More »

Head injury risk in rugby: U20 World Champs case study

2019-08-23: Last week I described, in detail, the evidence and process that has led to World Rugby's High Tackle Framework and clampdown on high tackles. …

…Read More »

Guest article: Prof Erik Boye on the bias in power in anti-doping

2019-08-08: This is a guest post by Norweigian scientist Erik Boye, in which he raises concerns about the imbalance in power in antidoping and how it…

…Read More »
1 2 3 25
Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!