Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Exercise Guidelines to Promote Cardiometabolic Health in Spinal Cord Injured Humans: Time to Raise the Intensity?. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 98(8), 1693-1704.
  2. & Effect of Number of Sprints in an SIT Session on Change in V˙O2max. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 49(6), 1147-1156.
  3. & The effects of facial expression and relaxation cues on movement economy, physiological, and perceptual responses during running. Psychology of Sport and Exercise
  4. & Research into the Health Benefits of Sprint Interval Training Should Focus on Protocols with Fewer and Shorter Sprints. Sports Medicine
  5. & Changes in aerobic capacity and glycaemic control in response to reduced-exertion high-intensity interval training (REHIT) are not different between sedentary men and women. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(11), 1117-1123.
  6. & Exercise training comprising of single 20-s cycle sprints does not provide a sufficient stimulus for improving maximal aerobic capacity in sedentary individuals. European Journal of Applied Physiology 116(8), 1511-1517.
  7. & Altering Pace Control and Pace Regulation: Attentional Focus Effects During Running. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 48(5), 879-886.
  8. & No Acute Effect of Reduced-exertion High-intensity Interval Training (REHIT) on Insulin Sensitivity. International Journal of Sports Medicine 37(05), 354-358.
  9. & Physiological and molecular responses to an acute bout of reduced-exertion high-intensity interval training (REHIT). European Journal of Applied Physiology 115(11), 2321-2334.
  10. & Towards the minimal amount of exercise for improving metabolic health: beneficial effects of reduced-exertion high-intensity interval training. European Journal of Applied Physiology 112(7), 2767-2775.

Other Research Outputs

  1. Less pain, more gain – improving health and fitness with minimal exercise. (The Conversation).
  2. Just one minute of intense exercise is enough to improve your health. (Spectator Health).
  3. (2015). Can short bouts of light exercise really make you healthier?. (The Conversation).