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The BASES Expert Statement on Mental Health Literacy in Elite Sport

Research demonstrates that elite athletes are not immune to poor mental health, which can adversely affect their health and performance. Despite the many reasons which may affect the mental health of elite athletes, few individuals seek professional help. Research also shows elite athletes have a poor understanding of mental health issues and are uncertain about where to seek support read more

Understanding the Challenges in Identifying and Developing the Sporting Superstars of Tomorrow

Developing the sporting superstars of tomorrow is undoubtedly complex for coaches. In this webinar, Kevin Till explains the process, challenges & solutions. read more

Exercise For The Prevention Of Falls In Older Age

Over one-third of people aged over 65 years fall each year. This webinar will describe the importance of exercise for the prevention of falls in the elderly. read more

What is the right exercise for your age?

Physical status, function and physiology changes with age. Because of this, you have to adapt your training. In this free webinar, you can find out if you are doing the right exercise for your age. read more

Decoding the physiological signatures in EMG signals

When muscles contract they emit electrical signals that are picked up by Electromyography (EMG). The signals code many features of the physiological state and recruitment patterns of the muscles. This free webinar will explore the physiological signatures in EMG signals. read more

Is physical activity enough to offset the effects of deprivation on children’s health?

Children living in the most socially disadvantaged neighbourhoods are at greatest risk of poor health including obesity, yet they have been shown to be the most physically active. Evidence suggests that social inequalities in child obesity are widening in England and opportunities for out-of-school physical activity are becoming more exclusive. Dr Rob Noonan will share his experiences and reflections and discuss some overlooked areas in the public health literature. He will outline some of the read more
 You’re pregnant, are you sure you should be doing that?

You’re pregnant, are you sure you should be doing that?

This webinar will aid understanding of physical activity behaviour during pregnancy. The webinar will describe current recommendations and evidence for physical activity during pregnancy. Insights into barriers and attitudes to physical activity during this time will be explored. Possible strategies and solutions for increasing engagement will also be discussed. read more
Faster, higher stronger? Determining the effectiveness of sports performance interventions using Bayesian methods?

Faster, higher stronger? Determining the effectiveness of sports performance interventions using Bayesian methods?

There have been widely reported issues with using traditional p-values to evaluate the effectiveness of sport performance interventions and calls to consider using Bayesian models as an alternative. This webinar provides a conceptual overview of the process of Bayesian analysis from the perspective of a researcher and journal reviewer. read more

Getting to the bottom of the FODMAP diet and its potential use with athletes 12/12/18 at 3pm GMT

The FODMAP diet has become very popular over the last decade in the general population and for athletes. It is well structured and with a good education can be followed with positive outcomes. It is also helped by the fact that there is extensive food composition analysis which is regularly updated which helps individuals follow the diet. Can it play a role in the management of GI distress in athletes? read more

All models are wrong, but some are useful: How biomechanical data can support decision-making in performance sport 5/12/18

Supporting athletes to be faster, higher or stronger is a complicated problem with multiple hypotheses for each performance question. Biomechanical and performance data can be used to assist athletes and coaches navigate these problems using an evidence-based approach. read more
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