BASES Conference 2013 Programme Day 1: Tue 3 September 2013

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BASES Conference 2013

Programme


Day 1
:
Tue

3
rd

September
2013


08.
30
-

09.00

Conference registration and refreshments



Darwin
Foyer


Darwin Lecture Theatre
:

09.00
-
09.30

Welcome

by Conference C
onvenor:

U
niversity of Central Lancashire


09.30


10.20

Keynote:
Professor Peter Cavanagh

-

Remote Monitoring in Biomechanics Research


10.
3
0
-
1
0
.
45 Refreshments
-

Sir Tom Finney Sports Hall 1


11.00


12.15

Free Comms
: 1


Darwin LT:

Roger Eston

-

Perceptually
-
regulated exercise testing to assess maximal oxygen uptake is
valid and feels better.

Heinrich Nolte
-

Fluid, electrolyte and thermoregulatory responses to ad libitum water
replacement during exercise using two different water delivery syst
ems.

Richard Allison
-

Effectiveness of oral versus intramuscular vitamin D supplementation for
treating insufficient athletes.

John Perry

-

Does it fit? Caveats and Recommendations for assessing model fit.

Foster LT2: Del P. Wong
-

Physical and techni
cal comparisons between various sided games within
professional soccer.


Kieran Collins
-

The positional demands of elite hurling match
-
play.

Robert McCunn
-

Does relative age reflect differences in physiological capacity and biol
ogical
maturation in youth elite footballers?

Gavin Sandercock
-

Month of birth and athletic performance: is there more than just a
relative age effect?

Foster LT3:

Brian Carson

-

An analysis of the effects of rapid weight loss on cognitive function

and
subjective




well
-
being in professional jockeys





Celena Dell
-

Preparing football referees to manage conflict.

Laura Houghton
-

Fathers engagement with preschool children following a 6 week active play
intervention.


Luke Wilkins
-

Does stroboscopic visual training improve athletic performanc
e?

Foster LT4:

Patricia Jackman

-

An exploration of the conditions influencing the occurrence of flow in
Irish professional flat
-
jockeys.

Charlotte Hamlyn
-
Williams

-

Acute affective responses to prescribed and self
-
selected
exercise intensities in a
dolescent girls.


Eleanor Boden
-

The effects of dismounted exercise on horse rider position.

Peter Demopolous

-

Profiling playing position of elite U18 football players with reference to
mechanical load.


12.15


13.15

Lunch
-

Sir Tom Finney Sports Hall 1


13.15


14.00

Poster Session
1



see pages 5 & 6


14.00


15.00

Parallel Symposia: 1


Foster LT2:

Dr Becky Law, Dr Jennifer Cooney, Dr Janette Thom
-

Exercise, ageing and
musculoskeletal disease


Foster LT3:

Dr Chris Carling, Dr Paul Bradley
-

Ath
lete profiling in elite soccer


Foster LT4:

Pro Dave Collins, Dr Aine McNamara, Dr John Kiely

-

Sport Science
-
ness: Conventional
collusion versus creative conflict


Foster MKC
:
Dr Jason Lake
-

Whole bod
y resistance training: impact and implications


2



Darwin 247

Campbell M, Lowther J, Ringland A & Mahoney C
-

The Performer
-
Centred Approach to
Practice: From the Pitch to the Podium



15.00
-
15.30

Refreshments
-

Sir Tom Finney Sports Hall 1






Darwin
Lecture Theatre

15.30
-
16.30

Keynote
-

Dr Rod Corban


Sport Science or Sport Compliance: Have we made sport
too complicated?


Day 1
: Tue 3
rd

September 2013


16.30
-
17.30

Free Comms: 2


Darwin LT:

Gavin Sandercock

-

Relative Prevalence of Obesity and Low Cardiorespiratory Fitness in
English Schools.


Richard Taylor
-

Monitoring Upper
-
respiratory illness symptoms, mucosal immunity and
training load in highly
-
trained endurance athletes within an annual training cycle.


Ph Boer

-

The influence of sprint interval training on body composition and physical
fitness in adolescents with intellectual disability.

Zoe Saynor
-

Pulmonary oxygen uptake, heart rate, stroke volume, and muscle
deoxygenation kinetics of CF versus healt
hy age.

Foster LT2:

Sarah Mallinson
-

Perfectionism and positive youth sport experiences: A test of the 2 x 2
model of perfectionism.


Anne
-
Marie Knowles
-

A case study of an athlete's transition between a team and individual
sport at an elite level.


Joseph

Spry
-

An Exploration of match outcomes and subsequent motivation in training in
unpaid National League Three rugby union players..

Foster LT3:

Matthew Hill

-

The effects of arm crank ergometry, cycle ergometry and treadmill walking on
postural sway during quiet stance in healthy elderly women.


Julian Haigh

-

An examination of the Easter program on physiological and well
-
being stats in
elite rugby league.


M
ark Sanderson

-

The influence of external loading on acceleration and
electromyography activity during whole body vibration of varying frequencies.


Chris Talbot
-

Recommendations for high intensity upper body exercise testing.

Foster LT4:

Kevin Reeves

-

Barefoot running improves economy at race intensities and is ergogenic
during incremental treadmill running.


Hannah Rice
-

Prospectively Identified Biomechanical and Anthropometric Risk Factors for
Ankle Inversion Injury.


Georgina Stebbings
-

Variabilit
y and distribution of muscle strength and its determinants in
humans.


Barney Wainwright
-

A deterministic model for Olympic Sprint kayaking
.


















3

















Day 2
:
Wed

4
th

September

2013


8
.
45



9.30

Refreshments


Darwin Foyer


Darwin
Lecture Theatre
:

09.00
-
09.30

Introduction


09.30


10.3
0

Keynote
-


Dr Henning Wackerhage




Molecular Exercise Physiology: Using Molecular
Biology to solve key questions in Sport and Exercise Science


10.30
-
10.45 Refreshments
-

Sir Tom Finney
Sports Hall 1


11.00
-

12.15

Free Comms: 3


Darwin LT:

Simon Quick
-

Separating Pro’s from the Joe’s.



Leighton Jones
-

Psychological and psychophysiological effects of music and video during
exercise


Samantha Parnell
-

Social marketing for physical activit
y and health: encouraging
sustainable patterns of physical activity and health in children.


Gokhan Caliskan
-

Effects Of Charismatic Coaches On Players’ Coach
-
Player Relationship,
Athlete Satisfaction and Team Commitment
.

Foster LT2:

Daniel Cohen
-

Mu
scular fitness attenuates elevated blood pressure in schoolchildren who
are overweight and those with low cardiorespiratory fitness.


Melissa Coyle
-

Perceived motivations, benefits and barriers to participation in bowls within
the over 65s.


Elizabeth Brya
nt
-

Does prior or current Fundamental Movement Skill (FMS) mastery level
predict current physical activity (PA) level in children?

Foster LT3:


Shane Heffernan
-

ACE and ACTN3 gene variants are associated with elite status and
playing position in rugby unio
n.


Benjamin Jones
-

The use of NIRS to monitor individual muscle oxygenation changes during
repeat sprint cycling in elite (GB) women’s hockey players following a training stimulus.


John Molphy
-

The Ergogenic Effect of Chronic High Dose Salbutamol.


Mei
-
y
i Wu
-

Relationships between glycaemic index, cognitive functions and intermittent
running performance in adult athletes.

Foster LT4:

Emma Burnett
-

Case study: A biomechanical method for the assessment of everyday breast
support.
Sharon Dixon
-

A clay tennis

surface increases horizontal ground reaction force but
reduces loading at the knee compared with an acrylic hardcourt surface.



Pavlos Evangelides
-

Angle
-
specific hamstring
-
to
-
quadriceps ratio. A comparison of football
players and recreationally active m
ales.


Mitch Lomax
-

Inspiratory muscle fatigue is associated with latissimus dorsi fatigue during
maximal swimming.


12.15
-
13.30

Lunch
-

Sir Tom Finney Sports Hall 1
-

BASES AGM


13.30
-

14.15

Poster session
2
-

see page 7

4




14.15
-
15.15

Parallel Symposia 2

Darwin LT:

Dr Mike Price, Dr Lindsay Bottoms

-

Upper body exercise and performance


Foster LT2:

Dr Jamie Taylor
(
IIGE
)

-

Elite performance enhancement and psychology in golf



Foster LT3:

Professor Stuart Fairclough, Dr Zoe Knowles

Physical activity monitoring and enhancement


Foster LT4

Dave Hamilton (Team GB Hockey)
-

The Impact of Monitoring Strategies on a Team Sport
Through an Olympic Cycle: Physical Development, Taper and Recovery


Darwin 247

Daniel Shaw
-

Enriching the Studen
t Experience: Embedding employability into the heart of
Applied Sport and Exercise Science Provision.



15.15
-
15.45

Refreshments
-

Sir Tom Finney Sports Hall 1



Darwin Lecture Theatre

15.45
-
16.45

Keynote
-

Professor Stella Volpe
-

Obesity Prevention
throughout the Lifespan



Day 2
: Wed 4
th

September 2013


16.45
-
17.45

Free Comms : 4


Darwin LT:

James Gavin
-

Effect of glycogen reduction on cardiorespiratory responses during downhill
running.


Kevin Deighton
-

Appetite, energy intake and PYY3
-
36
responses to energy
-
matched
continuous exercise and submaximal high intensity exercise.


Matthew Higgins
-

The effects of 6 weeks high
-
intensity training on the efficacy of sodium
bicarbonate (NaHCO3) as an ergogenic aid.


Joanne Hankey
-

The impact of a 230

km multi
-
stage ultra
-
marathon in hot ambient
conditions upon cardiac function.

Foster LT2:


John Fry

-

Professional Golf: A License to Spend Money? Issues of Money in the Lives of
Touring Professional Golfers.


Philip Clarke
-

The effect of combining image
ry and self
-
talk on novice motor performance: A
dual coding theory investigation.


Joseph Robinson
-

The effects of cognitive training on physical performance: Can enhancing
executive function improve walking gait?


Costas Karageorghis
-

Moderating influence

of dominant attentional style and exercise
intensity on psychological and psychophysical responses to asynchronous music.

Foster LT3:


Emma Eyre
-

Environmental influences on physical activity behaviour in South Asian children
from low socio
-
economic backg
rounds.


Samantha Parnell

-

Social marketing for physical activity and health: encouraging
sustainable patterns of physical activity and health in children.


Garry Tew

-

Efficacy of home
-
based exercise programs in individuals with intermittent
claudicatio
n.

Foster LT4:

Gary Massey
-

Relationship between quadriceps femoris architecture and knee extension
explosive force production.


Marcus Shortall
-

Changes in anthropometric characteristics of elite inter
-
county Gaelic
football players between the pre
-
seaso
n and mid
-
season.


Gavin Sandercock

-

Differences in anthropometric, physical function and sports specific skill
in successfully selected vs. non
-
selected youth academy football players.


Mike Price
-

The aerobic contribution to upper body and lower body W
ingate anaerobic tests.





Day 3
: Thurs 5
th

September 2013

5



8.45


9.30

Refreshments


Darwin Foyer


Darwin Lecture Theatre
:

09.00
-
09.30

Introduction


9.30


10.30

Parallel Symposia: 3

Darwin LT

Dr Graeme Close, Dr Andy Jones, Dr James Morton
-

Advances in sports nutrition.


Foster LT2 :

Dr Steve Atkins and Dr Zoe Knowles
-

Public engagement in sport and exercise sciences.


Foster LT3:

Dr Sarah Hobbs, Dr Jonathan Sinclair, Dr Laurence Protheroe)
-

Advances in 3D
biomechanical analysis.



Foster LT4:

Dr Dominic Micklewright, Dr Andrew Renfree, Dr Gavin Sandercock
-

New Developments in
Pacing Behaviour Research.


Darwin 247:

Dr Andy Hooton
-

Paving the way for effective supervision: The importance of the
supervisory relationship


10.30
-
10.
45

Refreshments
-

Sir Tom Finney Sports Hall 1




Darwin Lecture Theatre

11.00
-
12.15

Keynote
-

Dr Mikel Zabala
-

The “athlete 2.0” concept as a collaborative challenge for
sport scientists: application in a professional cycling team


12.15


13.15

Lunch
-

Sir Tom Finney Sports Hall 1


13.15


14.00

Closing address
-

Darwin Lecture Theatre






Poster Session 1
-

Tuesday 3rd September 1300
-
1400


Physiology (Darwin Lecture Theatre)

John Dickinson

Impact of inhaled salbutamol on physiological markers of
football
performance.

George Yeates

A pilot investigation into the effects of dietary nitrate
supplementation on the physiological responses during simulated
rugby union performance.

Matthew Barlow

The effect of six weeks breath hold training on the
extent of
mammalian diving reflex and heart rate variability during facial
immersion with apnea.

Matthew Beenham

Effect of acute absolute and relative supplementation of L
-
arginine
on a 1km and 16.1km time trial performance in trained cyclists.

Jessica

Douglas

A comparison of two methods of blood sample collection for
determining plasma acylated ghrelin concentration in humans.

James Baker

The effects of a competition
-
based environment on exercise time
to exhaustion and VO
2max

during an incremental cyc
le test.

Philip Bell

The effect of Montmorency tart cherries on muscle function,
inflammation and exercise efficiency following high intensity
stochastic cycling.

Simon Fryer

Muscle tissue oxygenation dynamics during a sustained
contraction in different

ability rock climbers.

Howard Hurst

Influence of Short Duration Intermittent Hypoxic Training on
VO2
max
, Haematology and 5 Km Running Performance.

Applied Psychology (Foster LT2)

Pablo Domene

Physiological and psychological responses to Latin partner
-
based
6


social dancing under free
-
living conditions.

Jonathan Allsop

Movement planning and the ‘quiet eye’.

John Fry

A Global Game with Global Players: Diminishing Contrasts and
Increasing
Varieties in the World of Professional Golf.

John Perry

Does it fit? Caveats and Recommendations for assessing model
fit.

Jon Radcliffe

Barriers to the inclusion of psychological strategies within strength
and conditioning

Jon Radcliffe

A qualitative
analysis of the psychological responsibilities of
strength and conditioning practitioners

Lisa

Board

The placebo effect of caffeine on 1500m running performance.

Physical Activity and Health (Foster LT3)

Mohammed Alibrahim

Using Accelerometer to Check
the Validity of Questionnaires in
Primary Schools in the UK.

Brian Carson

How much physical activity do female adolescents attain in
Physical Education class?

S. Bloxham

Participation in Land and Marine Based Activities within the
Southwest of England an
d its Effects on Markers of Physiological
Health: Results From a Follow On Study.

Joe Crowley

A qualitative investigation into the Post 16 gap of physical activity.

Mike Smith

The effect of caffeine ingestion on coincidence anticipation timing
during
60
-
minutes submaximal cycling

Cathy Schofield

Barriers and benefits to physical activity as perceived by year 9
coastal dwelling children.

Johanna Shaw

An examination of student health behaviours during first year at
university.

Denise Roche

Skin microv
ascular endothelial function in relation to exercise
training status in young females.

Doug Thake

Physiological responses to lower body positive pressure when
walking compared to running.

Integrated Biomechanics and Physiology (Foster LT4)

Yueng Li

Kinematic comparisons of kick directions during the soccer instep
kick.

Simon Harling

Test retest reliability of squash specific fitness tests in 16
-
19 year
old male squash players.

Clare Marsh

The effect of cleat position on cycling performance in
competitive
cyclists.

Clare Marsh

The effect of mouthguard use on the ventilatory response to
submaximal exercise.

Lindsay Bottoms

The effect of caffeine mouth rinse on cycling performance.

Katherine Burgess

Reliability and validity of the running anae
robic sprint test (RAST)
in soccer players.

Neil Clarke

The effect of carbohydrate rinsing on energy expenditure during
self
-
paced cycling.

Kieran Collins

Effect of High
-
Intensity Interval Training on Elite Gaelic Football
Players.

7


Poster Session 1
-

Tuesday 3rd September 1300
-
1400


Andrew Greenhalgh

Peak plantar pressures during running in forefoot and heel strikers
in an active male population.

Andrew Greenhalgh

The trajectory of the centre of pressure during walking in barefoot,
minimalist footwear

and traditional running shoe conditions in
females.

Jonathan Sinclair

The influence of cardan rotation sequence on 3
-
D kinematic
parameters and planar cross
-
talk during maximal out of hand
rugby kicking.

Hannah Moir

Acute effects of compression garment
s on cycle performance at
altitude.

















































8











Poster Session 2
-

Wednesday 3rd September 1330
-
1415


Special Symposium on Science and Invasion Games (Darwin Lecture Theatre)

Stacey Emmonds

The longitudinal
development of anthropometric and fitness
characteristics within academy rugby league players.

Jack Fahey

Speed, momentum and peak power characteristics of academy
rugby league backs and forwards by annual
-
age category.

Joanne Hankey

Influence of fatigue

on agility in Rugby League players.

Joanne Hankey

A comparison of peak power prediction equations with actual peak
power in elite adolescent water polo players.

Ben Jones

Seasonal changes in anthropometric, fitness and strength
characteristics within ac
ademy rugby league players.

Emma Tester

Anthropometric, fitness and strength characteristics of academy
rugby league backs and forwards by annual
-
age category.

Kevin Till

The longitudinal development of strength characteristics within
academy rugby leagu
e players.

Applied Psychology (Foster LT2)

Colum Cronin

Working with ‘real kids’; how do novice coaches experience early
coaching activities?

Mark McKenna

Skill development in strength and conditioning at a school of sport:
A case study.

Louise Rowe

The client
-
practitioner relationship in health
-
related physical activity
settings: An exploratory investigation.

Ben Williams

The acute affect of a single bout of cardiovascular exercise on
mood state in young adults.

Joseph Cowley

A qualitative
investigation into the Post 16 gap of physical activity.

Peter Raynes

A Triangulated Case Study of the Career Transitions of a Former
Elite Tennis Player.

Kate Rutland

Feeling the burn: a qualitative study of the regular male gym
attendees’ attitudes
towards exercise, food and body image.

Katie O'Kelly

The Psychological Barriers Adolescent Girls experience in
Secondary School Sport: A qualitative study.

Applied Physiology (Foster LT3)

Sheila Leddington Wright

Minimal effect of acute caffeine
ingestion on maximal isokinetic
knee extension force in older adults.

Ben Lee

A comparison of physiological responses to prolonged submaximal
exercise in individual and combined environmental stressors.

Ben Lee

Confirmation of an absolute sub
-
lactate
threshold workload for use
in studies combining hypoxia and heat stress.

Hannah Moir

Effects of compression garments on muscle recovery within a
sedentary population following eccentric exercise.

Andy Sparks

Acute taurine ingestion has no effect on 4 km
time trial
performance in trained recreational cyclists.

John Kelly

Effect of acute exposure to hypoxic hypoxia on autonomic
cardiovascular control.

Michael Duncan

The effect of sodium bicarbonate ingestion on back squat and
bench press exercise to failu
re.

Simon Marwood

Effect of pantothenic acid and cysteine supplementation on fat
oxidation during incremental exercise.

Performance Related Measurement in Sport (Foster LT4)

9


Declan Browne

The positional anthropometric and performance profile of
sub
-
elite
hurling players.

Barry Horgan

The performance profile of elite Gaelic football players in respect of
position.

Theodoros Bampouras

Throw in in younger athletes depends on upper
-
body power and
shoulder flexibility.

Gary Doyle

Internal work of
unskilled individuals during incremental intensities
of a rowing action.

Amanda Miller

Anthropometric characteristics of elite junior water polo players.

Lynsey Wilson 1

Anthropometric comparisons of Great Britain and Serbian National
Talented Male Youth

Water Polo Players .

Lynsey Wilson 2

The assessment of arm dominance in water polo players using the
Upper Quarter Y Balance Test.