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Title: Effect of variability on optimal performance in athletes
Author: Martin, Louise
Awarding Body: University of Worcester
Current Institution: University of Worcester
Date of Award: 2013
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Portfolio of Evidence Paper 1: Thompson, K.G., Haljand, R., Cooper, S-M. and Martin, L. (2000) The relative importance of selected kinematic variables in relation to swimming performance in elite male and elite female 100m and 200m breaststroke swimmers. Journal of Human Movement Studies, 39, 015-032. Paper 2: Martin, L. and Thompson, K. (2000) Reproducibility of diurnal variation in sub-maximal swimming. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 21, 387-392. Paper 3: Martin, L. and Whyte, G.P. (2000) Comparison of critical swimming velocity and velocity at lactate threshold in elite triathletes. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 21, 366-368. p14 Paper 4: Martin, L., Doggart, A.L. and Whyte, G.P. (2001) Comparison of physiological responses to morning and evening submaximal running. Journal of Sports Sciences, 19, 969 – 976. Paper 5: Martin, L., Nevill, A. M. and Thompson, K. G. (2007) Diurnal Variation in Swim Performance Remains, Irrespective of Training Once or Twice Daily. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 2, 192-200. Paper 6: Martin, L., Lambeth-Mansell, A., Beretta-Azevedo, L., Holmes, L.A., Wright, R. and St Clair Gibson, A. (2012) Even between-lap pacing despite high within-lap variation during mountain biking. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 7 (4), 261-270. Follow links to access papers in the portfolio of evidence.
Supervisor: Not available Sponsor: Not available
Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.665710  DOI: Not available
Keywords: QP Physiology
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