What were your main reasons for studying the MSc Sports Performance programme? I decided to study on the MSc Sports Performance programme because I had always wanted to advance my career and this programme fit […]
My Experience as a Student of BSc in Physical Education – Niamh o’loughlin.
Why I chose this course Growing up as an sporty child in a very active family, I always viewed physical activity with upmost regard and appreciated the benefits of exercise. On top of this, I […]
Preparing to be a Strength and Conditioning Coach – Patrick Dolan SCCC CSCS MSc
Two years ago I published “The Value of a PhD for a Strength and Conditioning Coach”. While there are more benefits to pursue a PhD than I listed, those 10 reasons were geared towards a […]
The Molecular basis of muscle adaptation to exercise – dr brian carson.
Whether you are new to exercise, out of shape, recreationally active or an elite athlete looking to maximise your performance, the way our muscles respond to exercise are similar. Should you partake in some exercise […]
Playing sport-based games for IRL benefit – Tim D. Smithies
The up-and-coming generation of superstar athletes are by-and-large also gamers. Some reports claim that 85% of NBA players are active gamers, while top athletes such as Trevor May, Lando Norris, and JuJu Smith-Schuster to […]
Supporting bone health through the winter months; the role of physical activity and nutrition – conor raleigh
The winter months present a number of potential barriers and risks to bone health across the population and with World Osteoporosis Day occurring this month it is important to consider what we can do improve […]
An International Perspective on the MSc Sports Performance Programme – joseph DELeo.
Pathways to the MSc Sports Performance Programme Individuals who aspire to have a career in sports performance, sport science, and related fields must stand out from their colleagues. Strong candidates will have a clear […]
Previewing the Design & Implementation of a Structured Warm-Up in Rugby Union (with Tips for Coaches) – Patrick Dolan.
Participating in team sports, particularly field-based, contact team sports comes with inherent risk of sustaining injury. Fortunately for players and practitioners however, there are many international projects investigating the injury epidemiology across a variety of […]
How could it possibly be a distraction? – Kevin Volf.
Is there a more antiempirical notion than the idea that sport is a distraction from political life? Following the English football team losing the final of the European cup on penalties last month, persons […]
The I-PARC inaugural online conference: A research assistants perspective – caera grady
The inevitable three words we have all become accustomed with; ‘you’re on mute’, the all-too-common connection failure and endless opportunities for technology malfunction while running an online conference. Initially frightening. Ultimately rewarding. I joined PESS […]