Brunel Education Lecture 2013
The Past and Future of Education: Engaging Students’ Imagination
"I was so pleased to win the BUCS Indoor title this year, but to make it a double gold with the BUCS Outdoor title was beyond my expectations for this year” Melissa Courtney, May 2013.
The centre recently held its third Frontiers seminar which focused on the mechanisms underpinning the physiological adaptations to inspiratory muscle training in healthy and diseased people.
Lewis Guest, a first year student on the BSc Sport Sciences course, reports on a guest lecture by Paul Smith, Sponsorship Manager at Cadbury.
The second seminar of the seminar series “Frontiers in Sport and Exercise Science and Medicine” focused on the relationship between the biomechanical properties of the musculo-skeletal system and movement performance across the life span and attracted over 50 academics and applied practictioners.
BUCS Indoor Championships, EIS Sheffield, 22-24 February 2013
Athletics Club Press Release
Research conducted at Brunel finds a plausible mechanism for why humans fatigue quicker at high altitude.
The athletes, Ashley Bryant, Junior Ejehu, Stephanie Gaynor and Shakira Whight, had the chance to question the triple Olympic Champion on his approach to training and competition as well as his love of fast cars and Manchester United.
CSMHP respiratory expert Professor Alison McConnell, in association with the international publishing group Human Kinetics, ran a free hour long webinar discussing the benefits of breathing training as a way of enhancing performance and reducing perceived exertion.