Afternoon napping improves runners endurance performance paper achieves 4th place in EJSS Best Paper Awards
Researchers in the School of Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences at Bangor University have provided the first experimental evidence to show that napping may benefit the performance of endurance athletes.
Publication date: 11 June 2019
Bangor’s medal winning involvement in Welsh Institute of Performance Science highlighted in annual report
Research from Bangor university features prominently in the Welsh Institute of Performance Science (WIPS) annual report of 2019 (pg18). WIPS was developed to enable necessary and important research to be conducted.
Publication date: 1 May 2019
Haemodialysis patients can now increase their physical activity while receiving lifesaving treatment, thanks to a new website developed by exercise specialists.
Exercise Physiologists, Dr Jennifer Cooney and Dr Jamie Macdonald from Bangor University’s PAWB Centre in the School of Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences put their research into practice by creating MOVE, a website and resources which help people with kidney disease feel better by moving more, despite having to spend a large amount of time being sedentary while receiving their essential lifesaving treatment.
Publication date: 9 April 2019
Exercise has been found to reduce stress, increase positive mood, decrease anxiety and alleviate depression. But you may not know that the emotional well-being associated with exercise is also linked to key attributes that can help us while we work.
This article by Rhi Willmot, PhD Researcher in Behavioural and Positive Psychology at the School of Psychology is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article.
Publication date: 17 January 2019
Research in School of Sport Health and Exercise Sciences has partnered closely with England and Wales Elite Cricket squad.
Publication date: 5 November 2018