We’re extremely pleased to announce the new Case Studies in Sport and Exercise Psychology (CSSEP) journal has been jointly published by the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) and Human Kinetics, and features studies and input from UK-based contributors. The journal are currently accepting submission for the upcoming issue.
This is the third infographic in the series by @YLMSportScience.
Research has found that traditional playground games such as ‘British Bulldog’ and ‘Stuck in the Mud’ could help child fitness and concentration during lesson times.
A study conducted at Loughborough University has revealed that short, explosive leg contractions are the most effective way of strengthening muscles.
This year’s National School Sport Week takes place from 20-24 June. As ever the weeklong campaign will be hoping to help schools inspire young people to be more physically active.
Research reports children aged five are filling up on sugar by eating four times more than the recommended daily amount.
According to a new study led by the Georgia Institute of Technology, short bursts of weightlifting could enhance long term memory.
A study has found that running may be better for improving the health of your bones. Experts indicated that running was a better choice than non-weight baring exercises such as, cycling and swimming, when trying to prevent bone weakness.