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Weights, resistance bands, and rest days are best for tendinopathy. [NIHR Alert] (2024)
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SAUL, H., CASSIDY, S., SWAITHES, L. and PAVLOVA, A. 2024. Weights, resistance bands and rest days are best for tendinopathy. [NIHR Alert]. BMJ [online], 384, article q513. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.q513

This NIHR alert is a plain English summary of an original research article, PAVLOVA, A.V., SHIM, J.S.C., MOSS, R., MACLEAN, C., BRANDIE, D., MITCHELL, L., GREIG, L., PARKINSON, E., ALEXANDER, L., BROWN, V.T., MORRISSEY, D., COOPER, K. and SWINTON, P.... Read More about Weights, resistance bands, and rest days are best for tendinopathy. [NIHR Alert].

Throwing cold water on muscle growth: a systematic review with meta-analysis of the effects of post-exercise cold water immersion on resistance training-induced hypertrophy. (2024)
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PIÑERO, A., BURKE, R., AUGUSTIN, F., MOHAN, A.E., DEJESUS, K., SAPUPPO, M., WEISENTHAL, M., COLEMAN, M., ANDROULAKIS-KORAKAKIS, P., GRGIC, J., SWINTON, P.A. and SCHOENFELD, B.J. 2024. Throwing cold water on muscle growth: a systematic review with meta-analysis of the effects of post-exercise cold water immersion on resistance training-induced hypertrophy. European journal of sport science [online], 24(2), pages 177-189. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1002/ejsc.12074

The purpose of this paper was to systematically review the literature and perform a meta‐analysis of the existing data on the effects of post-exercise cold water immersion (CWI) coupled with resistance training (RT) on gains in measures of muscle gro... Read More about Throwing cold water on muscle growth: a systematic review with meta-analysis of the effects of post-exercise cold water immersion on resistance training-induced hypertrophy..

Gaining more from doing less? The effects of a one-week deload period during supervised resistance training on muscular adaptations. (2024)
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COLEMAN, M., BURKE, R., AUGUSTIN, F., PIÑERO, A., MALDONADO, J., FISHER, J.P., ISRAETEL, M., ANDROULAKIS-KORAKAKIS, P., SWINTON, P.A., OBERLIN, D.J. and SCHOENFELD, B.J. 2024. Gaining more from doing less? The effects of a one-week deload period during supervised resistance training on muscular adaptations. PeerJ [online], 12, e16777. Available from: https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.16777

Based on emerging evidence that brief periods of cessation from resistance training (RT) may re-sensitize muscle to anabolic stimuli, we aimed to investigate how a 1-week deload interval at the midpoint of a 9-week RT program affected muscular adapta... Read More about Gaining more from doing less? The effects of a one-week deload period during supervised resistance training on muscular adaptations..

Comparative effect size distributions in strength and conditioning and implications for future research: a meta-analysis. (2024)
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SWINTON, P.A. and MURPHY, A. [2024]. Comparative effect size distributions in strength and conditioning and implications for future research: a meta-analysis. International journal of strength and conditioning [online], (accepted). To be made available from: https://journal.iusca.org/index.php/Journal/issue/view/9

Controlled experimental designs are frequently used in strength and conditioning (S&C) to determine which interventions are most effective. The purpose of this large meta-analysis was to quantify the distribution of comparative effect sizes in S&C to... Read More about Comparative effect size distributions in strength and conditioning and implications for future research: a meta-analysis..

Physiological and psychological outcomes of high intensity interval training in patients with heart failure compared to moderate continuous training and usual care: a systematic review with meta analysis. (2023)
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CALLUM, K., SWINTON, P., GORELY, T., CRABTREE, D. and LESLIE, S. 2024. Physiological and psychological outcomes of high intensity interval training in patients with heart failure compared to moderate continuous training and usual care: a systematic review with meta analysis. Heart and lung [online], 64, pages 117-127. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hrtlng.2023.12.002

An important component of secondary prevention of CVD (including HF) is comprehensive cardiac rehab, including exercise. Novel, individualised approaches are needed to increase uptake and adherence to exercise programmes. One area offering potential... Read More about Physiological and psychological outcomes of high intensity interval training in patients with heart failure compared to moderate continuous training and usual care: a systematic review with meta analysis..

The relationships between external and internal training loads in mixed martial arts. (2023)
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KIRK, C., LANGAN-EVANS, C., CLARK, D.R. and MORTON, J.P. 2024. The relationships between external and internal training loads in mixed martial arts. International journal of sports physiology and performance [online], 19(2), pages 173-184. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1123/ijspp.2023-0037

As a multidisciplined combat sport, relationships between external and internal training loads and intensities of mixed martial arts (MMA) have not been described. The aim of this study was to determine the external loads and intensities of MMA train... Read More about The relationships between external and internal training loads in mixed martial arts..

Investigating Scottish long COVID community rehabilitation service models from the perspectives of people living with long COVID and healthcare professionals: a qualitative descriptive study. (2023)
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DUNCAN, E., ALEXANDER, L., COWIE, J., LOVE, A., MORRIS, J.H., MOSS, R., ORMEROD, J., PRESTON, J., SHIM, J., STAGE, E., TOOMAN, T. and COOPER, K. 2023. Investigating Scottish long COVID community rehabilitation service models from the perspectives of people living with long COVID and healthcare professionals: a qualitative descriptive study. BMJ open [online], 13(12), article number e078740. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2023-078740

This study aimed to explore the perceptions and experiences of barriers and facilitators to accessing Long COVID community rehabilitation. We used a qualitative descriptive design over two rounds of data collection with three participant groups: (1)... Read More about Investigating Scottish long COVID community rehabilitation service models from the perspectives of people living with long COVID and healthcare professionals: a qualitative descriptive study..

The collagen synthesis response to an acute bout of resistance exercise is greater when ingesting 30 g versus 15 g and 0 g hydrolyzed collagen in resistance-trained young men. (2023)
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LEE, J., TANG, J.C.Y., DUTTON, J., DUNN, R., FRASER, W.D., ENRIGHT, K., CLARK, D.R., STEWART, C.E. and ERSKINE, R.M. [2023]. The collagen synthesis response to an acute bout of resistance exercise is greater when ingesting 30 g versus 15 g and 0 g hydrolyzed collagen in resistance-trained young men. Journal of nutrition [online], In Press. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tjnut.2023.10.030

Resistance exercise (RE) stimulates collagen synthesis in skeletal muscle and tendon but there is limited and equivocal evidence regarding an effect of collagen supplementation and exercise on collagen synthesis. Furthermore, it is not known if a dos... Read More about The collagen synthesis response to an acute bout of resistance exercise is greater when ingesting 30 g versus 15 g and 0 g hydrolyzed collagen in resistance-trained young men..

Effect of menstrual cycle and contraceptive pill phase on aspects of exercise physiology and athletic performance in female athletes: protocol for the Feminae international multisite innovative project. [Protocol] (2023)
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ELLIOTT SALE, K.J., FLOOD, T.R., ARENT, S.M., DOLAN, E., SAUNDERS, B., HANSEN, M., IHALAINEN, J.K., MIKKONEN, R.S., MINAHAN, C., THORNTON, J.S., ACKERMAN, K.E., LEBRUN, C.M., SALE, C., STELLINGWERFF, T., SWINTON, P.A. and HACKNEY, A.C. on behalf of Feminae consortium. 2023. Effect of menstrual cycle and contraceptive pill phase on aspects of exercise physiology and athletic performance in female athletes: protocol for the Feminae international multisite innovative project. [Protocol]. BMJ open sport and exercise medicine [online], 9(4), e001814. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjsem-2023-001814

The idiom 'more high-quality research is needed' has become the slogan for sport and exercise physiology-based research in female athletes. However, in most instances, it is challenging to address this gap of high-quality research in elite female ath... Read More about Effect of menstrual cycle and contraceptive pill phase on aspects of exercise physiology and athletic performance in female athletes: protocol for the Feminae international multisite innovative project. [Protocol].

What is available to support pain management in Parkinson's: a scoping review protocol. [Protocol] (2023)
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PARKINSON, M., RYAN, C., AVERY, L., HAND, A., RAMASWAMY, B., JONES, J., LINDOP, F., SILVERDALE, M., BAKER, K. and NAISBY, J. 2023. What is available to support pain management in Parkinson's: a scoping review protocol. [Protocol]. International journal for equity in health [online], 22, article number 244. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12939-023-02046-7

A scoping review will be undertaken to examine and map the available evidence that has been produced in relation to pain management in Parkinson's, with a focus on behavioural interventions, resources and/or how professionals support people with Park... Read More about What is available to support pain management in Parkinson's: a scoping review protocol. [Protocol].