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Bailey, R., Howells, K. and Glibo, I. (2018) Physical activity and mental health of school-aged children and adolescents: A rapid review. International Journal of Physical Education, LV (1). pp. 1-14. ISSN 0341-8685.

Baker, D., Coleman, D. A. and Wiles, J. (2013) The effect of exercise-induced hypohydration upon treadmill running performance. In: European College of Sports Science, June 26th-29th 2013, Barcelona.

Baker, D., Coleman, D. A. and Wiles, J. (2011) The reliability of responses to repeated laboratory assessment: the evaluation of a preload-performance protocol in runners. In: BASES (The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences) Student Conference, 12th & 13th April 2011, University of Chester, UK.

Baross, A., Wiles, J. and Swaine, I. L. (2012) Effects of the intensity of leg isometric training on the vasculature of trained and untrained limbs and resting blood pressure in middle-aged men. International Journal of Vascular Medicine, 2012. ISSN 2090-2824.

Beedie, C. (2017) Research methods and employability in the sport and exercise sciences. Are we throwing out the baby with the bathwater? The Sport & Exercise Scientist, 52. pp. 10-11. ISSN 1754-3452.

Beedie, C., Domone, S., Sandercock, G., Wade, M. and Mann, S. (2016) A method by which to assess the scalability of field-based fitness tests of cardiorespiratory fitness among schoolchildren. Sports Medicine. pp. 1-13. ISSN 0112-1642.

Best, R., Spears, I., Hurst, P. and Berger, N. (2018) The development of a menthol solution for use during sport and exercise. Beverages, 4 (2). p. 44. ISSN 2306-5710.

Bird, S. (2000) Ratings of perceived exertion in braille: validity and reliability in production mode (Commentary). British Journal of Sports Medicine, 34 (4). p. 302. ISSN 0306-3674.

Bird, S., Balmer, J., Olds, T. and Davison, R. (2001) Differences between the sexes and age-related changes in orienteering speed. Journal of Sports Sciences, 19 (4). pp. 243-252. ISSN 0264-0414.

Bird, S.R., George, M., Theakston, S., Balmer, J. and Davison, R. (2003) Heart rate responses of male orienteers aged 21-67 years during competition. Journal of Sports Sciences, 21 (3). pp. 221-228. ISSN 0264-0414.

Brighton, J. and Sparkes, A. (2014) (Dis)ability by design: Narratives of bodily perfectionism. In: Disability Sport Conference 2014: Changing Lives, Changing Perceptions?, 15th-18th September 2014, Coventry University.

Brighton, J. and Sparkes, A. (2014) (Dis)ability sport as an opportunity for empowerment or a reproduction of gender stereotypes? A life history of a female Paralympian. In: Sporting Females: past, present and future 2014, 4th September 2014, Leeds Metropolitan University. (Unpublished)

Brown, Mathew, Lauder, M. and Dyson, R. (2011) Notational analysis of sprint kayaking: differentiating between ability level. International Journal of Performance Analysis in Sport, 11 (1). pp. 171-183. ISSN 1474-8185.

Burns, J. (2012) Developing the sports specific classification system for athletes with intellectual disabilities to compete in International Paralympic competition. In: International Symposium of Sports for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities, 21st-22nd July, Taipei.

Burns, J. (2012) Eligibility and classification in the Paralympics: how this works for athletes with intellectual disabilities. In: 14th World Congress of IASSID, 9-14th July 2012, Halifax Nova Scotia.

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Clark, A. (2017) Exploring women’s embodied experiences of 'the gaze’ in a mix-gendered UK gym. Societies, 8 (1). ISSN 2075-4698.

Cole, M., Coleman, D. A., Hopker, J. and Wiles, J. (2014) Improved gross efficiency during long duration submaximal cycling following a short-term high carbohydrate diet. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 35 (3). pp. 265-269. ISSN 0172-4622.

Cole, M., Coleman, D. A. and Wiles, J. (2011) The effect of short-term dietary manipulation on gross efficiency during cycling. In: 16th Annual Congress of the European College of Sports Science, 6th-9th July, 2011, Liverpool John Moores University.

Cole, M., Coleman, D. A. and Wiles, J. (2012) The influence of nutritional interventions on the measurement of gross efficiency during cycling. In: American College of Sports Medicine 59th Annual Meeting and 3rd World Congress on Exercise is Medicine, 29th May-2nd June, 2012, San Francisco, USA.

Cole, M., Hopker, J., Wiles, J. and Coleman, D. A. (2013) Carbohydrate ingestion improves gross cycling efficiency and subsequent time-trial performance. In: European College of Sports Science, 26th-29th June 2013, Barcelona.

Cole, M., Hopker, J., Wiles, J. and Coleman, D. A. (2017) The effects of acute carbohydrate and caffeine feeding strategies on cycling efficiency. Journal of Sports Sciences. pp. 817-823. ISSN 0264-0414.

Coleman, D. A. (2018) Can aerobic energy expenditure be used instead of oxygen uptake to better predict endurance performance? American Physiological Society.

Coleman, D. A. (2012) The physiological demands of road cycling. In: Hopker, J. and Jobson, S., eds. Performance Cycling: The Science of Success. London: Bloomsbury. pp. 2-19 ISBN 9781408146514

Coleman, D. A., Hopker, J. and Passfield, L. (2014) Age differences in efficiency of locomotion and maximal power output in well‑trained triathletes. European Journal of Applied Physiology. ISSN 1439-6327.

Colley, A. (2017) Representations of women's football in the news. M.A. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Coppinger, T. and Howells, K. (2018) 'Drive to drink!'. In: AIESEP (International Association of Colleges of Physical Education) World Congress, July 2018, Edinburgh.

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Day, J. (2016) Physical activity careers and oral histories of family membership: a synthesised approach to understanding physical activity and well-being in family contexts. In: World Congress for the International Sociology of Sport Association, 8th-12th June, 2016, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest.

Day, J. Research issues in the sociology of physical activity, health and wellbeing in the context of ‘families’. In: Psychology, Sociology and Politics Conference for PhD Students and Early Career Researchers, 26th June, 2014, Sheffield Hallam University. (Unpublished)

Day, J. (2016) The social becoming of family memberships and physical activity careers. In: 5th International Conference for Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise, 30th August-2nd September, 2016, University of Chichester.

Devereux, G., Coleman, D. A., Wiles, J. and Swaine, I. L. (2012) Lactate accumulation following isometric exercise training and its relationship with reduced resting blood pressure. Journal of Sports Sciences, 30 (11). pp. 1141-1148. ISSN 0264-0414.

Devereux, G., Wiles, J. and Swaine, I. L. (2011) Markers of isometric training intensity and their relationship with training-induced reductions in resting blood pressure. Journal of Sports Sciences, 29 (7). pp. 715-724. ISSN 1746-1391.

Dray, K., Foad, A., Secker, M. and Weed, M. (2018) Adventures in coach learning: considering new approaches. Applied Coaching Research Journal, 1. pp. 8-13.

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Edwards, A., Deakin, G. and Guy, J. (2016) Brain and cardiorespiratory responses to exercise in hot and thermoneutral conditions. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 37 (10). ISSN 0172-4622,.

Edwards, A., Dutton-Challis, L., Cottrell, D., Guy, J. and Hettinga, F. (2018) Impact of active and passive social facilitation on self paced endurance and sprint exercise: encouragement augments performance and motivation to exercise. British Medical Journal (BMJ) Open Sport & Exercise Medicine, 4 (1). ISSN 0959-8138.

Edwards, A., Graham, D., Bloxham, S. and Maguire, G. (2016) Efficacy of inspiratory muscle training as a practical and minimally intrusive technique to aid functional fitness among adults with obesity. Respiratory physiology & neurobiology (234). pp. 85-88. ISSN 1569-9048.

Edwards, A., Guy, J. and Hettinga, F. (2016) Oxford and Cambridge boat race: performance, pacing and tactics between 1890 and 2014. Sports Medicine, 46 (10). ISSN 0112-1642.

Edwards, A. and Hettinga, F. (2018) Blood pressure, arterial stiffness and exercise: does exercise increase the risk of acute cardiac events in older adults? European Journal of Preventive Cardiology. ISSN 2047-4873.

Edwards, A., Jones, A. and Pyne, D. (2017) Proposal to disregard athletics world records prior to 2005: a radical and misjudged initiative. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 52 (16). ISSN 0306-3674.

Edwards, A. and McCormick, A. (2017) Time perception, pacing and exercise intensity: maximal exercise distorts the perception of time. Physiology & Behavior, 180. pp. 98-102. ISSN 0031-9384.

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Ford, P. A., Bailey, R., Colman, D., Stretch, D., Winter, E.M, Woolf-May, K. and Swaine, I. L. (2010) Energy expenditure and perceived effort during brisk walking and running in 8 to 11 year-old children. Pediatric Exercise Science, 22 (4). pp. 569-580. ISSN 0899-8493.

Ford, P. A. and Swaine, I. L. (2011) Continuous versus accumulated brisk walking in 8-11 year old children. European Journal of Sport Science, 12 (1). pp. 89-95. ISSN 1746-1391.

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Goldring, N. G. (2014) The effects of isometric exercise on resting blood pressure: a home-based approach. Ph.D. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Goldring, N. G., Wiles, J. and Coleman, D. A. (2012) The effects of four weeks home-based isometric exercise training on resting blood pressure. In: American College of Sports Medicine 59th Annual Meeting and 3rd World Congress on Exercise is Medicine, 29th May-2nd June, 2012, San Francisco, USA.

Goldring, N. G., Wiles, J. and Coleman, D. A. (2010) The effects of isometric wall squat exercise on heart rate and blood pressure in a normotensive population. In: British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences Annual Conference, 6th-8th September, 2010, Glasgow University.

Goldring, N. G., Wiles, J. and Coleman, D. A. (2013) The effects of isometric wall squat exercise on heart rate and blood pressure in a normotensive population. Journal of Sports Sciences. ISSN 0264-0414.

Guy, J., Deakin, G., Edwards, A., Miller, C. and Pyne, D. (2014) Adaptation to hot environmental conditions: an exploration of the performance basis, procedures and future directions to optimise opportunities for elite athletes. Sports Medicine, 45 (3). pp. 303-311. ISSN 0112-1642.

Guy, J., Edwards, A., Miller, C., Deakin, G. and Pyne, D. (2016) Short-term reliability of inflammatory mediators and response to exercise in the heat. Journal of Sports Sciences. ISSN 0264-0414.

Guy, J., Pyne, D., Deakin, G., Miller, C. and Edwards, A. (2016) Acclimation training improves endurance cycling performance in the heat without inducing endotoxemia. Frontiers in Physiology.

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Hopker, J., Coleman, D. A., Gregson, H., Jobson, S., Von der Haar, T., Wiles, J. and Passfield, L. (2013) The influence of training status, age, and muscle fibre type on cycling efficiency and endurance performance. Journal of Applied Physiology. ISSN 8750-7587.

Hopker, J., Coleman, D. A., Jobson, S. and Passfield, L. (2012) Inverse relationship between VO2max and gross efficiency. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 33 (10). pp. 789-794. ISSN 0172-4622.

Hopker, J., Coleman, D. A., Jobson, S., Von der Haar, T., Wiles, J. and Passfield, L. (2013) The influence of ageing and training status on exercise efficiency and cycling performance. In: European College of Sports Sciences, 26th-29th June 2013, Barcelona.

Hopker, J., Jobson, S., Gregson, H. and Coleman, D. A. (2012) Reliability of cycling gross efficiency using the Douglas bag method. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 44 (2). pp. 290-296. ISSN 1530-0315.

Howells, K. (2018) Are you ready? physical readiness is there a mismatch in understanding and knowledge? In: AIESEP (International Association of Colleges of Physical Education) World Congress, July 2018, Edinburgh.

Howells, K. (2017) 'Becoming' a disabled athlete. In: AIESEP (International Association of Colleges of Physical Education) International Conference. Cultures, Disciples, Interactions: Contextualising Diversity in Physical Activities and Physical Education., November 2017., Guadeloupe,. (Unpublished)

Howells, K. (2018) Beyond Jonny’s story: a whole class physical activity intervention. In: 7th International Society for Physical Activity and Health Congress, 15-17th October 2018, London, England.

Howells, K. (2017) Can break times (recess) help children's physical activity levels? In: CIAPSE2 – Children’s Physical Activity and Sport, 26–28 January 2017, University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä,. (Unpublished)

Howells, K. (2018) Early years symposium: physical readiness and physical curiosity. In: AIESEP (International Association of Colleges of Physical Education) World Congress, July 2018, Edinburgh.

Howells, K. (2018) ‘Elite athlete to disabled athlete to adaptive athlete. ’how coaches and teachers can help support the road to recovery. In: AIESEP (International Association of Colleges of Physical Education). World Congress, July 2018, Edinburgh.

Howells, K. (2014) Experiences of blended learning. In: Approaches to Feedback and Blended Learning.

Howells, K. (2018) How physically active are boys and girls are during playtimes in primary school? In: 7th International Society for Physical Activity and Health Congress, 15-17th October 2018, London, England.

Howells, K. (2017) Using basic biomechanics to support observation, assessment and progression of learning. In: CIAPSE2 – Children’s Physical Activity and Sport, 26-28 January 2017, University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä. (Unpublished)

Howells, K. (2016) What’s even possible? how physical active are our 21st century children? In: OMEP World Organisation for Early Childhood Education,, May 2016., Canterbury UK,.

Howells, K. (2016) What’s even possible? how physical active are our 21st century children? (AIESEP). In: AIESEP (International Association of Colleges of Physical Education) International Conference, Blazing New Trials: Future Directions for Sport Pedagogy and Physical Activity,, June 2016, Wyoming, USA,.

Howells, K. (2017) The opportunities and challenges for teachers to consider how physically active boys and girls are during recess in elementary school. In: AIESEP (International Association of Colleges of Physical Education) International Conference. Cultures, Disciples, Interactions: Contextualising Diversity in Physical Activities and Physical Education., November 2017., Guadeloupe. (Unpublished)

Howells, K. and Bowen, J. (2017) Beyond Jonny's story. In: AIESEP (International Association of Colleges of Physical Education) International Conference. Cultures, Disciples, Interactions: Contextualising Diversity in Physical Activities and Physical Education., November 2017., Guadeloupe. (Unpublished)

Howells, K. and Bowen, J. (2016) Physical activity and self-esteem. Jonny's story (AIESEP). In: AIESEP (International Association of Colleges of Physical Education) International Conference, Blazing New Trials: Future Directions for Sport Pedagogy and Physical Activity, June 2016., Wyoming, USA,.

Howells, K. and Bowen, J. (2016) Physical activity and self-esteem: ‘Jonny’s story’. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education. ISSN 0300-4279.

Howells, K., Gubby, L., Dray, K. and Mills, H. (2018) We need more female role models in sport to inspire the next generation. CCCU media pages.

Howells, K., Wellard, I. and Woolf-May, K. (2018) Young children’s physical activity levels in primary (elementary) schools: what impact does physical education lessons have for young children? Early Child Development and Care. pp. 1-12. ISSN 0300-4430.

Howland, L, Wiles, J., Coleman, D. A. and Swaine, I. L. (2013) Effect of acute isometric bilateral leg extension exercise on brachial and common femoral artery flow-mediated dilatation. In: European College of Sports Science, 26th-29th June 2013, Barcelona.

Howland, L. (2016) The effect of isometric exercise training on resting blood pressure with specific reference to peripheral vascular function and structure. Ph.D. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Howland, L., Wiles, J. and Coleman, D. A. (2014) Resting blood pressure reductions following isometric leg exercise training are associated with improved flow-mediated vasodilatation. In: American College of Sports Medicine, 27th May-31st May, Orlando, USA.

Hurst, P. (2013) Expectancy effects on competitive 5 km time-trial performance. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 47 (17). ISSN 0306-3674.

Hurst, P. (2014) Expectations, caffeine and pacing strategy: how positive and negative expectations can influence running performance. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 48 (A3). ISSN 0306-3674.

Hurst, P. (2013) Reproducibility of outdoor 5 km running time-trial in a competitive environment. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 47 (e4). ISSN 0306-3674.

Hurst, P. and Beedie, C. (2018) Could placebos be putting lives at risk? CCCU Expert Comment.

Hurst, P., Beedie, C., Coleman, D. A. and Foad, A. Is the intention to use sport supplements a predictor of placebo and nocebo responding among athletes? In: Society for Interdisciplinary Placebo Studies (SIPS), 2nd-4th April, 2017, Leiden, The Netherlands.

Hurst, P., Beedie, C., Coleman, D. A. and Foad, A. Is there a role for implicit and explicit information about placebo and nocebo effects in reducing the use of drugs in sport? In: Society for Interdisciplinary Placebo Studies (SIPS), 2nd-4th April, 2017, Leiden, The Netherlands.

Hurst, P. and Board, L. (2016) Reliability of 5-km running performance in a competitive environment. Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science. pp. 1-5. ISSN 1091-367X.

Hurst, P., Boardley, I., Ring, C. and Kavussanu, M. (2018) Sport supplement use predicts doping likelihood via sport supplement beliefs. In: European College of Sport Science 2018, 4-11 July, Dublin, Ireland. (In Press)

Hurst, P., Foad, A. and Coleman, D. A. (2015) Development and validation of the sports supplements beliefs scale [Conference paper abstract]. Journal of Sports Sciences, 33 (Sup1). s72-s74. ISSN 0264-0414.

Hurst, P., Foad, A., Coleman, D. A. and Beedie, C. (2017) Athletes intending to use sports supplements are more likely to respond to a placebo. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise (MSSE). ISSN 0195-9131.

Hurst, P., Foad, A., Coleman, D. A. and Beedie, C. (2016) Development and validation of the Sports Supplements Beliefs Scale. Performance Enhancement & Health. ISSN 2211-2669.

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Ireson-Howells, T. (2018) Redemptive failure in contemporary American sports literature. Ph.D. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

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Konstantaki, M., Winter, E.M. and Swaine, I. L. (2008) Effects of arms-only swimming training on performance, movement economy, and aerobic power. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 3 (3). pp. 294-304. ISSN 1555-0265.

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McGowan, J. (2012) Lance Armstrong: it's not about the doping. The Science of Sport.

McManus, A., O'Driscoll, J., Coleman, D. A. and Wiles, J. (2016) Strongman training – Needs analysis and integration into strength and conditioning programming: part 2. Professional Strength and Conditioning, 44. pp. 7-15.

McManus, A., Wiles, J., Coleman, D. A. and O'Driscoll, J. (2016) Strongman training – a rationale for its inclusion in S&C: Part 1. Professional Strength & Conditioning, 43. pp. 7-18.

Millar, P., Swaine, I. L. and McGowan, C. (2012) Impact of resistance training on blood pressure: are all contractions created equal? Letter to the editor. Hypertension, 59 (4). 191932v. ISSN 0194-911X.

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O'Donovan, G. and Kearney, E. (2005) The effects of 24 weeks of moderate- or high-intensity exercise on surrogate measures of insulin sensitivity. Clinica Chimica Acta: Focus on the Patient: 16th IFCC - FESCC European Congress of Clinical Biochemistry and Laboratory Medicine EUROMEDLAB 2005, Focus on the Patient: 16th IFCC - FESCC European Congress of Clinical Biochemistry and Laborato, 355. S325-S325. ISSN 0009-8981.

O'Driscoll, J., Wright, S., Taylor, K., Coleman, D. A. and Wiles, J. (2017) Cardiac autonomic modulation and high intensity interval training in physically inactive men. In: American College of Sports Medicine 64th Annual Meeting and 8th World Congress on Exercise is Medicine, 30th May- 3rd June, 2017, Denver, Colorado, US.

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Passfield, L., Hopker, J., Jobson, S., Gregson, H. and Coleman, D. A. (2012) Response to "Thinking outside the bag (not necessarily outside the lab)". Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 44 (10). p. 2041. ISSN 0195-9131.

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Ring, C. and Hurst, P. (2018) The effects of moral disengagement mechanisms on doping likelihood are mediated by guilt and moderated by moral traits. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 40. pp. 33-41.

Rossato, C. (2014) Toward an understanding of challenge and threat in athletes. Ph.D. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Rossato, C. and O'Driscoll, J. (2013) The implementation of problem based learning styles to teach the Coach-Athlete relationship to undergraduate Sport and Exercise Science students. International Journal of Sport Studies, 3. pp. 859-864. ISSN 2251-7502.

Rossato, C., Uphill, M. A., Swain, J. and Coleman, D. A. (2016) The development and preliminary validation of the Challenge and Threat in Sport (CAT-Sport) Scale. International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology. ISSN 1612-197X.

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Saunders, S. C. (2016) The effect of body mass change on cycling efficiency. Ph.D. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Saunders, S. C., Brown, Mathew and Coleman, D. A. (2014) A laboratory and field comparison of gross efficiency at an absolute, relative and performance intensity. In: American College of Sports Medicine, 27th-30th May, 2014, Orlando, USA.

Saunders, S. C., Coleman, D. A. and Brown, Mathew (2013) The effect of short-term calorie restriction on exercise performance and efficiency in cyclists. In: European College of Sports Science, 26th-29th June, 2013, Barcelona.

Scales, J., Brown, Mathew and Coleman, D. A. (2017) Neuromuscular responses to consecutive day military load carriage. In: American College of Sports Medicine 64th Annual Meeting and 8th World Congress on Exercise is Medicine, 30th May-3rd June, 2017, Denver, Colorado, US.

Smith, J. (2014) The role of haemodynamic stimulus in isometric exercise training: implications for cardiovascular adaptations. Ph.D. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Smith, J., Wiles, J., Swaine, I. L. and Coleman, D. A. (2013) Reductions in resting blood pressure after isometric exercise training are not related to shear stress. In: European College of Sports Science, June 26th-29th 2013, Barcelona.

Smith, J., Wiles, J., Swaine, I. L. and Coleman, D. A. (2012) The relationship between indices of fatigue and femoral artery post exercise hyperaemia after double-leg isometric exercise at increasing intensities. In: International Convention on Science, Education and Medicine in Sport (ICSEMIS), 19th-24th July 2012, Glasgow.

Smith, M. F., Davison, R., Balmer, J. and Bird, S.R. (2001) Reliability of mean power recorded during indoor and outdoor self-paced 40 km cycling time-trials. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 22 (4). pp. 270-274. ISSN 0172-4622.

Sparkes, A., Brighton, J. and Inckle, K. (2017) ‘It’s a part of me’: an ethnographic exploration of becoming a disabled sporting cyborg following spinal cord injury. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise & Health, 10. ISSN 2159-676X.

Sushames, A., Edwards, A., Thompson, F., McDermott, R. and Gebel, K. (2016) Validity and reliability of fitbit flex for step count, moderate to vigorous physical activity and activity energy expenditure. PLOS One, 11 (9).

Swaine, I. L., Devereux, G., Wiles, J. and Coleman, D. A. (2011) Change in lactate accumulation after isometric exercise training and its relationship with reduced resting blood pressure. In: European College of Sport Science 16th Annual Congress, 6-9 July 2011, Liverpool, United Kingdom.

Swaine, I. L., Smith, J. and Wiles, J. (2012) Change in shear rate in the common femoral upon cessation of leg isometric exercise at increasing intensities. In: European College of Sport Science, 17th Annual Congress, 4-7 July, 2012, Bruges, Belgium.

Swaine, I. L., Wiles, J., Coleman, D. A., Hunter, A. and Carlton, K. (2010) Cardio-pulmonary responses to whole-body simulated swimming using a novel swimming training machine. In: XIth World Congress of Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming, 16-19 June 2010, Oslo, Norway.

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Taylor, K., Wiles, J., Coleman, D. A., Sharma, R. and O'Driscoll, J. (2016) Acute cardiac autonomic responses to an incremental isometric exercise test in pre-hypertensive males. In: European College of Sport Science, 6th-9th July, 2016, Vienna, Austria.

Taylor, K., Wiles, J., Coleman, D. A., Sharma, R. and O'Driscoll, J. (2017) Ambulatory blood pressure responses to home-based isometric exercise training in pre-hypertensive males. In: American College of Sports Medicine 64th Annual Meeting and 8th World Congress on Exercise is Medicine, 30th May-3rd June, 2017, Denver, Colorado, US.

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Van Vuuren-Cassar, G. (2018) Developing health enhancing physical activity modules for higher and vocational education- collaborative learning. In: Advance Higher Education Teaching & Learning, 3rd July 2018, Birmingham. (Unpublished)

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Weed, M. E. (2005) Research synthesis in sport management. In: 13th Congress of the European Association of Sport Management, September 2005, Newcastle. (Unpublished)

Wellard, I. (2012) Body-reflexive pleasures: exploring bodily experiences within the context of sport and physical activity. Sport, Education and Society, 17 (1). pp. 21-33. ISSN 1357-3322.

Westrep, M. (2017) Standing up to sedentary behaviour: evaluating the utility of behavioural choice theory. M.Sc. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Wiles, J., Devereux, G., Coleman, D. A. and Swaine, I. L. (2011) Rapid loss of isometric training-induced reductions in resting blood pressure. In: European College of Sport Science, 16th Annual Congress, 6-9 July 2011, Liverpool.

Wiles, J., Devereux, G. and Howden, R. (2015) Immediate post-isometric exercise cardiovascular responses are associated with training-induced resting systolicblood pressure reductions. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 115 (2). pp. 327-333. ISSN 1439-6319.

Wiles, J., Goldring, N. G. and Coleman, D. A. (2016) Home-based isometric exercise training induced reductions resting blood pressure. European Journal of Applied Physiology. ISSN 1439-6319.

Wiles, J., Swaine, I. L., Howden, R., McCartney, N. and Coleman, D. A. (2011) Change in the immediate post-exercise blood pressure response after isometric exercise training and its relationship with reduced resting blood pressure. In: European College of Sport Science, 16th Annual Congress, 6-9 July 2011, Liverpool, United Kingdom.

Wiles, J., Taylor, K., Coleman, D. A., Sharma, R. and O'Driscoll, J. (2017) Blood pressure responses to isometric exercise: safety considerations for exercise prescription. In: American College of Sports Medicine 64th Annual Meeting and 8th World Congress on Exercise is Medicine, 30th May-3rd June, 2017, Denver, Colorado, US.

Woolf-May, K., Scott, A., Kearney, E. and Jones, D. (2011) The effect of 24 weeks of moderate intensity walking upon metabolic syndrome risk factors in previously sedentary/low active men. Journal of Exercise Physiology online, 14 (4). pp. 145-156. ISSN 1097-9751.

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