Exercise Science, Sport and Health

  • Australia

Organization profile

Organisation profile

Research at the school aligns with he causes and manifestations of fatigue in the context of physical activity. That is, why does fatigue happen during physical activity and what forms does it take? The aim is to produce research that places it at the leading edge of worldwide scholarship concerning the theoretical understanding of fatigue. There are obvious reasons why fatigue is an important concern in the area of sports performance but fatigue is also of interest to those who study physical activity for well being. This is because fatigue limits and constrains the types and amount of physical activity that people want and feel able to do. In addition, fatigue is an important consideration in the study of certain disease states such multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease and metabolic syndrome because physical activity is known to improve related symptoms and quality of life for people suffering these conditions. Staff of the school conduct research in a variety of physical activity related sub-disciplines, addressing a variety of research questions. Some of these relate to fatigue. For example, Professor Marino is doing research into thermo-regulation to explain the role of heat production in fatigue onset. Likewise, other staff members (Dr Dionigi, Dr Cannon) study forms of exercise prescription that lead to improved musculo-skeletal capacity amongst older people. This work sheds light on how we can help to delay muscular fatigue amongst older people, thus improving their physical independence and quality of life.

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Exercise Medicine & Life Sciences
Athletes Medicine & Life Sciences
Sports Social Sciences
Hot Temperature Medicine & Life Sciences
Resistance Training Medicine & Life Sciences
Fatigue Medicine & Life Sciences
athlete Social Sciences
Muscles Medicine & Life Sciences

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Research Output 2001 2020

Effect of whole body vibration exposure on bone: A Systematic Review of Human Studies

Walker, S., Torode, M., Naughton, G., Climstein, M. & Fiatorone, S. M. A., 2020, In : Osteoporosis International. tba, tba, p. 0-0 1 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Physical Conditioning for Australian Paramedics: A 6-month Workplace Exercise RCT.

Hunter, J., MacQuarrie, A., Sheridan, S., High, R. & Waite, C., 19 Sep 2019, (Accepted/In press).

Research output: Other contribution to conferenceAbstract

File
Allied Health Personnel
Workplace
Exercise
Health
Analysis of Variance
Automatic Food Dispensers
Food and Beverages
South Australia
New South Wales
Nutritive Value

Prizes

ACE World Teachers Day Award - Course

Rylee Dionigi (Recipient), 27 Oct 2017

Prize/Award: Award

award ceremony
sports science
teaching program
bachelor
teacher

ACE World Teachers' Day Award - Individual

Rylee Dionigi (Recipient), 27 Oct 2017

Prize/Award: Award

award ceremony
teacher
honor
university teacher
childhood

Best Colloquium Abstract

Kirsty Smith (Recipient), Janelle Wheat (Recipient), Janelle Thomas (Recipient), Jayden Hunter (Recipient), Alexander MacQuarrie (Recipient), Samantha Sheridan (Recipient) & Richard High (Recipient), 16 Aug 2017

Prize/Award: Prize

Press / Media

Sport as leisure, not as panacea: new book

Rylee Dionigi

10/09/18

1 media contribution

Press/Media: Press / Media

Women, exercise, food and sleep: new CSU study

Melissa Skein

30/01/18

1 media contribution

Press/Media: Press / Media