R.C.Richard Davison
R.C.Richard Davison
Professor of Exercise Physiology, University of the West of Scotland
Verified email at uws.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Science and cycling: current knowledge and future directions for research
G Atkinson, R Davison, A Jeukendrup, L Passfield
Journal of sports sciences 21 (9), 767-787, 2003
2192003
Caffeine lowers perceptual response and increases power output during high-intensity cycling
M Doherty, PM Smith, MG Hughes, RCR Davison
Journal of sports sciences 22 (7), 637-643, 2004
1952004
Peak power predicts performance power during an outdoor 16.1-km cycling time trial.
J Balmer, RC Davison, SR Bird
Medicine and Science in Sports and exercise 32 (8), 1485-1490, 2000
1462000
Sport and exercise physiology testing guidelines: volume I–sport testing: The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences Guide
EM Winter, AM Jones, RCR Davison, PD Bromley, TH Mercer
Routledge, 2006
134*2006
Reliability of mean power recorded during indoor and outdoor self-paced 40 km cycling time-trials
MF Smith, RCR Davison, J Balmer, SR Bird
International journal of sports medicine 22 (04), 270-274, 2001
1222001
Caffeine is ergogenic after supplementation of oral creatine monohydrate.
M Doherty, PM Smith, RC Davison, MG Hughes
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 34 (11), 1785-1792, 2002
1172002
The efficacy of accumulated short bouts versus single daily bouts of brisk walking in improving aerobic fitness and blood lipid profiles
K Woolf-May, EM Kearney, A Owen, DW Jones, RCR Davison, SR Bird
Health education research 14 (6), 803-815, 1999
1101999
Is walking sufficient exercise for health?
RCR Davison, S Grant
Sports Medicine 16 (6), 369-373, 1993
881993
Performance characteristics of gas analysis systems: what we know and what we need to know
G Atkinson, RCR Davison, AM Nevill
International journal of sports medicine 26 (S 1), S2-S10, 2005
772005
Ambulatory gas exchange measurements-current status and future options
T Meyer, RCR Davison, W Kindermann
International Journal of Sports Medicine 26 (S 1), S19-S27, 2005
732005
The validity of power output recorded during exercise performance tests using a Kingcycle air-braked cycle ergometer when compared with an SRM powermeter
J Balmer, RCR Davison, DA Coleman, SR Bird
International journal of sports medicine 21 (03), 195-199, 2000
652000
Physiological testing guidelines
S Bird, R Davison
British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences, 1997
641997
The effect of two different 18-week walking programmes on aerobic fitness, selected blood lipids and factor XIIa
K Woolf-May, EM Kearney, DW Jones, RCR Davison, D Coleman, ...
Journal of Sports Sciences 16 (8), 701-710, 1998
601998
Method of lactate elevation does not affect the determination of the lactate minimum.
MF Smith, J Balmer, DA Coleman, SR Bird, RC Davison
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 34 (11), 1744-1749, 2002
552002
Assessment of blood lactate: practical evaluation of the Biosen 5030 lactate analyzer
RCR Davison, D Coleman, J Balmer, M Nunn, S Theakston, M Burrows, ...
Med Sci Sports Exerc 32 (1), 243-247, 2000
532000
Correlates of simulated hill climb cycling performance
RC Richard Davison, D Swan, D Coleman, S Bird
Journal of sports sciences 18 (2), 105-110, 2000
522000
Influence of temperature and protocol on the calibration of the Computrainer electromagnetically-braked cycling ergometer
RCR Davison, J Corbett, L Ansley
International SportMed Journal 10 (2), 66-76, 2009
502009
Effects of the rotor pedalling system on the performance of trained cyclists during incremental and constant-load cycle-ergometer tests
A Lucia, J Balmer, RCR Davison, M Perez, A Santalla, PM Smith
International journal of sports medicine 25 (07), 479-485, 2004
442004
Reliability of an air-braked ergometer to record peak power during a maximal cycling test.
J Balmer, RC Davison, SR Bird
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 32 (10), 1790-1793, 2000
442000
Physiological monitoring of the Olympic athlete
RCR Davison, KA Van Someren, AM Jones
Journal of Sports Sciences 27 (13), 1433-1442, 2009
432009
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