As we welcome the new year and new resolutions, Dr Jim Wiles, Principal Lecturer in the School of Psychology and Life Sciences and Director of the Clinical Exercise Science Research Group, discusses isometric exercise, and how this can lower blood pressure to keep healthy.
This Children’s Mental Health Week, Dr Kristy Howells discusses how we can raise awareness both in the class room and at home with meaningful connections, and how this can be developed through sport, physical activity and exercise.
Dr Kristy Howells and Joe Pellett discuss the importance of the links between physical development and literacy skills in children, following a new campaign launched by the government.
Dr Kristy Howells discusses women in sport, the triumphant win of England in the European Women’s Football Championship, and ways in which we can inspire, motivate and encourage children and young into physical education and sport.
Following the tragic murder of Ashling Murphy as she jogged on a canal path in Ireland, Dr Laura Gubby discusses new research findings showing the perceptions of safety from female runners.
Dr Dikaia Chatziefstathiou discusses rituals in sports and safeguarding athletes.
Dr Alex Kent discusses the implications of Ukraine’s new football shirt for Euro2020.
Dr Kristy Howells explains why we need more sport and physical activity in our lives.
Dr Phil Hurst discusses why placebo-controlled trials are needed to determine whether Nike Vaporfly trainers improve performance.