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Heat Acclimation Training

Heat Acclimation Training

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Members of the England touch rugby team recently performed heat acclimation training sessions in St Mary's environmental chamber.
Losing body fat – are calories important?

Losing body fat – are calories important?

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One of my clients, Tom, recently lost 10.9 kg and reduced his body fat from 24.7% to 9.5% in six months.
Weight loss versus fat loss

Weight loss versus fat loss

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Like many people, Tom routinely measured his weight and noticed he was putting weight on.
Exercise intensity – is HIIT better?

Exercise intensity – is HIIT better?

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Paul Hough recently contributed to a BBC television series called Twinstitute, hosted by Doctor and TV presenter twins Dr Chris and Dr Xand Van Tulleken.
St Mary's exercise physiology cluster members share their research at International Conferences

St Mary's exercise physiology cluster members share their research at International Conferences

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We start todays blog with a huge congratulations to Dr Luke Hughes who passed his PhD viva at the end of January, completing 3 years of research.
Blood flow restriction for clinical rehabilitation

Blood flow restriction for clinical rehabilitation

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We start todays blog with a huge congratulations to Dr Luke Hughes who passed his PhD viva at the end of January, completing 3 years of research.

Strategies to help you stay cool in the heat

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Dr Mark Waldron and Dr Owen Jeffries, of the Exercise Physiology Research Cluster at St Mary's University, have led a new programme of research.

Physiology research group in the media

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Over the last month or so a number of researchers from the @StMarysExPhys research group have taken part in a number of podcasts about their research.
Should athletes go low carb?

Should athletes go low carb?

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Exercise scientists and sports nutritionists have historically recommended endurance athletes and team sports to base their diet around carbohydrates.
Reciprocal Versus Nonreciprocal Assessment of Knee Flexors and Extensors

Reciprocal Versus Nonreciprocal Assessment of Knee Flexors and Extensors

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Reciprocal Versus Nonreciprocal Assessment of Knee Flexors and Extensors in Concentric Actions Using the CON-TREX Multijoint Isokinetic Dynamometer
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