Professor Ian Swaine
Professor Ian Swaine
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Evidence for the role of isometric exercise training in reducing blood pressure: potential mechanisms and future directions
PJ Millar, CL McGowan, VA Cornelissen, CG Araujo, IL Swaine
Sports Medicine 44, 345-356, 2014
The effects of caffeine ingestion on performance time, speed and power during a laboratory-based 1 km cycling time-trial
JD Wiles, D Coleman, M Tegerdine, IL Swaine
Journal of sports sciences 24 (11), 1165-1171, 2006
Validity of a pictorial perceived exertion scale for effort estimation and effort production during stepping exercise in adolescent children
M Yelling, KL Lamb, IL Swaine
European Physical Education Review 8 (2), 157-175, 2002
Effect of isometric exercise on resting blood pressure: a meta analysis
A Owen, J Wiles, I Swaine
Journal of human hypertension 24 (12), 796-800, 2010
Responses of bone turnover markers to repeated endurance running in humans under conditions of energy balance or energy restriction
CL Zanker, IL Swaine
European journal of applied physiology 83, 434-440, 2000
Relation between bone turnover, oestradiol, and energy balance in women distance runners.
CL Zanker, IL Swaine
British journal of sports medicine 32 (2), 167-171, 1998
The effects of performing isometric training at two exercise intensities in healthy young males
JD Wiles, DA Coleman, IL Swaine
European journal of applied physiology 108, 419-428, 2010
Effects of the intensity of leg isometric training on the vasculature of trained and untrained limbs and resting blood pressure in middle-aged men
AW Baross, JD Wiles, IL Swaine
International journal of vascular medicine 2012, 2012
Bone turnover in amenorrhoeic and eumenorrhoeic women distance runners
CL Zanker, IL Swaine
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 8 (1), 20-26, 1998
Effects of isometric resistance training on resting blood pressure: individual participant data meta-analysis
NA Smart, D Way, D Carlson, P Millar, C McGowan, I Swaine, A Baross, ...
Journal of hypertension 37 (10), 1927, 2019
Reductions in resting blood pressure after 4 weeks of isometric exercise training
GR Devereux, JD Wiles, IL Swaine
European journal of applied physiology 109, 601-606, 2010
The effects of isometric exercise training on resting blood pressure and orthostatic tolerance in humans
R Howden, JT Lightfoot, SJ Brown, IL Swaine
Experimental physiology 87 (4), 507-515, 2002
Arm and leg power output in swimmers during simulated swimming.
IL Swaine
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 32 (7), 1288-1292, 2000
The freely-chosen swimming stroke rate in a maximal swim and on a biokinetic swim bench.
I Swaine, T Reilly
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 15 (5), 370-375, 1983
The relationship between blood lactate and heart rate responses to swim bench exercise and women's competitive water polo
M Konstantaki, EA Trowbridge, IL Swaine
Journal of Sports Sciences 16 (3), 251-256, 1998
Activity levels, dietary energy intake, and body composition in children who walk to school
P Ford, R Bailey, D Coleman, K Woolf-May, I Swaine
Pediatric exercise science 19 (4), 393-407, 2007
The relationship between serum oestradiol concentration and energy balance in young women distance runners
CL Zanker, IL Swaine
International journal of sports medicine 19 (02), 104-108, 1998
Double-leg isometric exercise training in older men
AW Baross, JD Wiles, IL Swaine
Open access journal of sports medicine, 33-40, 2013
The reproducibility of tolerance to lower-body negative pressure and its quantification
R Howden, PA Tranfield, JT Lightfoot, SJ Brown, IL Swaine
European Journal of Applied Physiology 84, 462-468, 2001
Intensity-dependent reductions in resting blood pressure following short-term isometric exercise training
KF Gill, ST Arthur, I Swaine, GR Devereux, YM Huet, E Wikstrom, ...
Journal of sports sciences 33 (6), 616-621, 2015
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