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Partnership with BASES
As the partnership between The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES) and Human Kinetics continues to grow, we continue to give our members excellent up to date content and endeavour to bring you the latest in sports science through our webinar service. We have a dedicated page for all our upcoming BASES webinars titled Human Kinetics and BASES Webinars – Everything you need to know.
If you are a BASES member you will receive 2 CPD credits for every BASES – Human Kinetics webinar you attended
We also host webinars with our own authors and with a selection of other well-respected experts and public figures from the sports science industry.
Here you can find more detail on our upcoming webinars.
The Science and Application of High-Intensity Interval Training By Paul Laursen (HK USA webinar)
Date: Thursday 7th February 2019
Time: 16.00 GMT
Faster, higher stronger? Determining the effectiveness of sports performance interventions using Bayesian methods? By Dr Tony Myers (In partnership with BASES)
Date: Wednesday 13th March 2019
Time: 15.00 GMT
Treating Neck Pain by Jane Johnson (In partnership with FHT and Physique)
Date: Wednesday 27th March
Time: 15.00 GMT
Is physical activity enough to offset the effects of deprivation on children’s health? By Dr Rob Noonan (In partnership with BASES)
Date: Wednesday 24th April 2019
Time: 15.00 BST
You’re pregnant, are you sure you should be doing that? By Dr Hayley Mills (In partnership with BASES)
Date: Wednesday 5th June 2019
Time: 15.00 BST
Webinars from 2018
Getting to the bottom of the FODMAP diet and its potential use with athletes by Dr Sharon Maddigan (BASES webinar)
Recorded on: Wednesday 12th December
All models are wrong, but some are useful: How biomechanical data can support decision-making in performance sport By Paul Barratt (BASES webinar)
Recorded on: Wednesday 5th December
Respiratory influences on oxygen transport, fatigue and exercise performance by Dr Lee Romer (BASES webinar)
Recorded on: Wednesday 21st November
A Hard days’ night – Lifestyle behaviours and risk of disease in shift workers by Dr Tracy Kolbe-Alexander
Recorded on: Wednesday 14th November
How to make money from Personal Training by Paul Swainson (Future Fit)
Recorded on: Wednesday 17th October
Performance support – Is it science? by Dr Kevin Currell (BASES webinar)
Recorded on: Wednesday 26th September
Advice, exercises and treatments for low back pain By Jane Johnson
Recorded on: Wednesday 19th September
Moving beyond the athlete: A call to take action on the dopogenic environment By Professor Susan Backhouse
Recorded on: Wednesday 13th June 2018
Sedentary behaviour: Where do we stand? By Dr Charlotte Edwardson and Dr Thomas Yates
Recorded on: Wednesday 16th May 2018
Should we reframe how we think about physical activity and sedentary behaviour measurement? By Dr Paul Kelly
Recorded on: Wednesday 2nd May 2018
Sleep and performance: Time to wake up By Dr Ian C Dunican
Recorded on Wednesday 18th April 2018
Psychosocial considerations in sports injury risk and prevention By Adam Gledhill
Recorded on Wednesday 21st March 2018
Quantifying Bivariate Plots in Sports Biomechanics By Prof David Mullineaux
Recorded on Wednesday 7th March 2018
Player led Nutrition for the Developing Athlete By Ben Coomber
Recorded on Wednesday 14th February 2018
Energy in motion – Advanced holistic strategies for power, effort, precision in classical & contemporary dance By Clare Guss-West
Recorded on 17th January 2018
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