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Can sit-to-stand muscle power explain the ability to perform functional tasks in adults with severe obesity? (2018)
Journal Article
Orange, S. T., Marshall, P., Madden, L. A., & Vince, R. V. (2019). Can sit-to-stand muscle power explain the ability to perform functional tasks in adults with severe obesity?. Journal of sports sciences, 37(11), 1227-1234. https://doi.org/10.1080/02640414.2018.1553500

This study examined the relationship between sit-to-stand (STS) power and physical function in adults with severe obesity. Thirty-eight adults (age: 44 ± 12 years; body mass index [BMI]: 45.2 ± 7.8 kg/m2) completed evaluations of STS power, strength... Read More

Validity and reliability of a wearable inertial sensor to measure velocity and power in the back squat and bench press (2018)
Journal Article
Orange, S. T., Metcalfe, J. W., Liefeith, A., Marshall, P., Madden, L. A., Fewster, C. R., & Vince, R. V. (2018). Validity and reliability of a wearable inertial sensor to measure velocity and power in the back squat and bench press. Journal of strength and conditioning research, 1. doi:10.1519/jsc.0000000000002574

This study examined the validity and reliability of a wearable inertial sensor to measure velocity and power in the free-weight back squat and bench press. Twenty-nine youth rugby league players (18 ± 1 years) completed 2 test-retest sessions for the... Read More

The short-term training and detraining effects of supervised versus unsupervised resistance exercise in aging adults (2018)
Journal Article
Orange, S. T., Marshall, P., Madden, L. A., & Vince, R. V. (2018). The short-term training and detraining effects of supervised versus unsupervised resistance exercise in aging adults. Journal of strength and conditioning research, doi:10.1519/jsc.0000000000002536. ISSN 1064-8011

This study compared the effects of a 4-week supervised (SUP) and unsupervised (UNSUP) resistance training programme followed by 12 weeks of detraining (DET). Thirty-six healthy aging adults (age: 53.6 ± 3.6 years; body mass index: 28.3 ± 5.1 kg/m2) w... Read More

The effect of accommodating resistance on the post-activation potentiation response in Rugby League players (2018)
Journal Article
Scott, D. J., Ditroilo, M., & Marshall, P. (2018). The effect of accommodating resistance on the post-activation potentiation response in Rugby League players. Journal of strength and conditioning research, 32(9), 2510-2520. doi:10.1519/JSC.0000000000002464

This study examined the post-activation potentiation (PAP) response of two conditioning activities (CA), the hexbar deadlift (HBD) and back squat (BS), combined with accommodating resistance; this adds a percentage of the total resistance during the... Read More

Complex training: The effect of exercise selection and training status on postactivation potentiation in rugby league players (2017)
Journal Article
Scott, D. J., Ditroilo, M., & Marshall, P. (2017). Complex training: The effect of exercise selection and training status on postactivation potentiation in rugby league players. Journal of strength and conditioning research, 31(10), 2694-2703. doi:10.1519/JSC.0000000000001722

This study compared the postactivation potentiation (PAP) response of the hex bar deadlift (HBD) and back squat (BS) exercises. The PAP response between different levels of athletes was also compared. Ten professional and 10 amateur rugby league play... Read More

Quantifying the external and internal loads of professional rugby league training modes : consideration for concurrent field-based training prescription (2017)
Journal Article
Weaving, D., Jones, B., Till, K., Marshall, P., Earle, K., & Abt, G. (2017). Quantifying the external and internal loads of professional rugby league training modes : consideration for concurrent field-based training prescription. Journal of strength and conditioning research, (1). doi:10.1519/JSC.0000000000002242. ISSN 1064-8011

The intermittent movement, collision and skill components of professional rugby league match play require players to have a wide range of physical (e.g. repeated effort ability, speed) and technical qualities (e.g. passing, kicking, tackling ability)... Read More

Multiple measures are needed to quantify training loads in professional rugby league (2017)
Journal Article
Weaving, D., Jones, B., Marshall, P., Till, K., & Abt, G. (2017). Multiple measures are needed to quantify training loads in professional rugby league. International journal of sports medicine, 38(10), (735-740). doi:10.1055/s-0043-114007. ISSN 0172-4622

To investigate the effect of training mode (conditioning and skills) on multivariate training load relationships in professional rugby league via principal component analysis. Four measures of training load (internal: heart rate exertion index, sessi... Read More

Health and well-being implications surrounding the use of wearable GPS devices in professional rugby league: A Foucauldian disciplinary analysis of the normalised use of a common surveillance aid (2016)
Journal Article
(2016). Health and well-being implications surrounding the use of wearable GPS devices in professional rugby league: A Foucauldian disciplinary analysis of the normalised use of a common surveillance aid. Performance enhancement & health, 5(2), 38-46. doi:10.1016/j.peh.2016.09.001

Wearable GPS tracking devices have become commonplace coaching aids across professional field sports to enhance sports performances and reduce injury rates, despite the implications of the technology being poorly understood. This study looked at how... Read More

The test-retest reliability of four functional mobility tests in apparently healthy adults (2016)
Journal Article
Northgraves, M. J., Hayes, S. C., Marshall, P., Madden, L. A., & Vince, R. V. (2016). The test-retest reliability of four functional mobility tests in apparently healthy adults. Isokinetics and Exercise Science, 24(3), 171-179. https://doi.org/10.3233/ies-160614

Background: Simple field tests are often used to assess functional mobility in clinical settings. Despite having many benefits, these tests are susceptible to measurement error and individual variation. Objectives: To examine the test-retest and abso... Read More

Combining internal- and external-training-load measures in professional rugby league (2014)
Journal Article
Abt, G., Earle, K., Marshall, P., Nevill, A., & Weaving, D. (2014). Combining internal- and external-training-load measures in professional rugby league. International journal of sports physiology and performance : IJSPP, 9(6), (905-912). doi:10.1123/ijspp.2013-0444. ISSN 1555-0265

Purpose: This study investigated the effect of training mode on the relationships between measures of training load in professional rugby league players. Methods: Five measures of training load (internal: individualized training impulse, session rati... Read More

Cardiorespiratory fitness and heart rate recovery in obese premenopausal women (2012)
Journal Article
Carroll, S., Marshall, P., Ingle, L., & Borkoles, E. (2012). Cardiorespiratory fitness and heart rate recovery in obese premenopausal women. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, 22(6), (e133-e139). doi:10.1111/j.1600-0838.2012.01522.x. ISSN 0905-7188

Post-exercise heart rate recovery (HRR) has been proposed as a measure of cardiac autonomic dysfunction in apparently healthy adults. We aimed to determine the effects of a lifestyle intervention on HRR among clinically obese premenopausal women. A r... Read More

Arlie Russell Hochschild: the managed heart, feeling rules, and emotional labour: coaching as an emotional endeavour (2011)
Book
Potrac, P., & Marshall, P. (2011). Arlie Russell Hochschild: the managed heart, feeling rules, and emotional labour: coaching as an emotional endeavour. The sociology of sports coaching, 54 - 66. Routledge

A brief summary is provided of the work of Arlie Russell Hochschild.  This is followed by a discussion of the relevance of Hochschild's work to the context of sports coaching.  The chapter concludes with a narrative account of a coach's per... Read More