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Sports, Exercise and Rehabilitation

Are Champions Born or Made?

Battle of the Sexes: The Influence of Sex on Physiology and Exercise Performance

Sex is an under-investigated area of sport and exercise science, with current understanding of training a patient/athlete based predominantly on data from male populations. In this lecture, we will cover how sex influences physiology and exercise performance, then outline how staff and students as Northumbria are investigating how sex and hormones influence acute and chronic training responses.

Live Subject Taster Talk - Battle of the Sexes: The Influence of Sex on Physiology and exercise performance from Northumbria University on Vimeo.

Give Me Strength: Strength and Conditioning in Physiotherapy

Exercise is one of the most important aspects of physiotherapy. It is not only important to prevent disease, but also treat disease. All physiotherapists need to be able to utilise exercise as a tool, within musculoskeletal, neurological and cardiorespiratory conditions, across all ages. This talk discusses how we use strength and conditioning to help patients across many areas.

Live Subject Taster Talk - Give Me Strength: Strength and Conditioning in Physiotherapy from Northumbria University on Vimeo.

Your Brain During Exercise: Pathways to improve mental health and performance

Exercise is known to be beneficial for mental health. For example, taking part in exercise often makes us feel good and helps us to become more focussed. In this talk, we will explore what happens in the brain in response to exercise that influences the way we feel and think. This topic encompasses aspects of exercise psychology and physiology.


Live Subject Taster Talk - Your Brain During Exercise from Northumbria University on Vimeo.

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