Research

Tim Barry can undertake important tasks such as determining measurement noise/error in performance tests, establishing proof of concept for new ideas and ensuring validity of methods. Embedding research into the fast environment of high-performance sport may provide a competitive advantage using ethical and evidence-based methods.

 

Tim will be able to provide a clear picture of how Sport Science can succeed in improving performance over the short and long term. 

 

An integrated Research and Development, and innovation program is paramount for a team or individual to be continually successful in a high performance culture.

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Publications

Morrell, J and Barry, T (2019) Inter-rater reliability of the Spinal Mouse for measuring spinal morphology. In: British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES) Student Conference 2019: Sport and Exercise Science - Transforming Lives, 17-18 April 2019, University of Dundee and Abertay University, UK. (Unpublished)

Barry, T. & Jackson, S. (2015) ‘Spinal shrinkage and lateral flexion during eight overs of fast bowling’  5th World Congress of Science and Medicine in Cricket. Luna Park, Sydney, Australia, 23 - 27 March 2015.

Barry, T. & Traves, B. (2015) ‘Spine morphology in sagittal and frontal planes in fast bowlers pre and post 8 overs of fast bowling using a novel skin surface measuring device’ 5th World Congress of Science and Medicine in Cricket. Luna Park, Sydney, Australia, 23 - 27 March 2015.

Christie, M., Miller, P.K., Barry, T. & Dewhurst, S. (2012). The case for community conservation in cardiovascular health promotion in the North West: Evidence from the Lancaster ‘Greenfingers’ initiative. Cumbria Partnership Journal of Research, Practice and Learning, 2(1).

 

Jones, H.S., Barry, T. & Dewhurst, S. (2012) Knowledge of exercise duration affects the pacing strategy in a Wingate Anaerobic Test. @Cumbria Research & Enterprise 2012, University of Cumbria Lancaster Campus, July 6th, 2012.

Balshaw, T. G., Bampouras, T.M., Barry, T. M., and Sparks, S. A. Acute Effect of Taurine Ingestion on 3KM Running Performance and EMG Activity of Trained Middle Distance Runners. In: Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Physical Education and Sport. Komotini, Greece, 22nd-24th May 2009. 

 

Balshaw, T. G., Bampouras, T.M., Barry, T. M., and Sparks, S. A.. The Acute Effect of Taurine Ingestion on 3KM Running Performance and Force in Trained Middle Distance Runners. In: Proceedings of 14th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science (Oslo, Norway 23-27th June 2009).

Balshaw, T.G. Bampouras, T. Barry, T.M. and Sparks, S.A. Acute effects of taurine ingestion on maximal middle-distance running performance. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences September 2009.

Barry, T. (2007) ‘Spinal shrinkage during eight overs of fast bowling in bowlers with different actions.’ 3rd World Congress of Science and Medicine in Cricket. Barbados Hilton, Barbados  4-7 April.

Elliott, D., Barry, T and Abt, G. (2007) The effect of an arm action on heart rate and predicted VO2 max during the Chester Step Test. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport

Abt, G. and Barry, T. (2009) The quantitative effect of students using podcasts in a first-year undergraduate exercise physiology module. Bioscience Education e-journal. The Higher Education Academy. Centre for Bioscience

Barry, T. and Abt, G. (2007) Podcasting Exercise Physiology – enhancing the student experience (Short paper) ALT-C 2007 Held 4-6 September 2007 Nottingham University.  England UK

 

Mallabon, E., Barry, T. and Abt, G. (2007) Podcasting in Exercise Physiology – the students’ experiences (Poster presentation) ALT-C 2007Held 4-6 September 2007 Nottingham University. England UK

 

Barry, T. and Abt, G. (2007) A strategy for using Podcasts in teaching and learning in the Biosciences. The Higher Education Academy. Centre for Bioscience

 

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