James Wright

James Wright
Southampton Solent University | SSU

PhD

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January 2014 - December 2020
Southampton Solent University
Position
  • Senior Lecturer
Education
October 2013 - September 2014
The University of Winchester
Field of study
  • PGCL&T in HE
September 2006 - August 2008
University of Portsmouth
Field of study
  • Sports Performance
October 2001 - June 2004
University of Portsmouth
Field of study
  • Sports Science

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Publications (14)
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Research suggests that critical power (CP) can be estimated from a single 3-min bout of all-out cycling. The purpose of this study was to investigate the reliability and validity of the 3-min all-out cycling test when carried out at a constant cadence (isokinetic) and against a fixed resistance (linear). 12 participants completed 8 tests: 1) a ramp...
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The objective of this study was twofold: first to assess the effect of fatigue on two muscle strength ratios: the conventional ratio-H(con)/Q(con) and dynamic control ratio(DCR)-H(ecc)/Q(con) and second to assess the coactivation of hamstrings and quadriceps during isokinetic knee flexion/extension. Eight recreational football players (mean +/- SD...
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The aim of this study was to examine the informational cues that male and female students perceive to be influential when developing initial impressions and expectancies of a lecturer. University students (n�752) rated the extent to which 30 informational cues influence their initial perceptions of a lecturer. Following exploratory factor analysis...
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Purpose. This study examined whether the affective responses pre-, mid- and post- a single bout of Interactive Video Game Technology (IVGT), as well as the amount of energy expended, were comparable to those experienced during traditional physical activity. Methods. The randomised cross-over design saw each participant (n = 16 undergraduate studen...
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The Hypoxico Everest Summit II Altitude Generator produces normobaric hypoxic conditions, which are commonly used in altitude acclimation. Despite being used routinely within applied sport science, this system is yet to be independently validated. Thus, the aim of this study was to explore within- and between-day inter- and intra-machine reliabilit...
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BACKGROUND: There is currently limited evidence available to support the use of the isometric mid thigh pull (IMTP) within professional soccer. The aim of this study was to analyse the association between IMTP variables, with common markers of athletic performance capability. METHODS: Eleven professional development soccer players (age: 20 ± 2 year...
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Word Count: 210 words Word Count: 1424 words (excluding headings and tables) Abstract The aims of this study were to 1) investigate the reliability of the Garmin Vector 3 (V3) pedals, and 2) compare power output and cadence between the Lode Excalibur Sport ergometer and the V3 pedals. Seven male cyclists completed six x 2-min sub-maximal cycling st...
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Purpose: To (1) evaluate agreement between the PowerTap P1 (P1) pedals and the Lode Excalibur Sport cycle ergometer, (2) investigate the reliability of the P1 pedals between repeated testing sessions, and (3) compare the reliability and validity of the P1 pedals before (P10) and after (P1100) ∼100 h of use. Methods: Ten participants completed fo...
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This study investigated the effect cadence has on the estimation of critical power (CP) and the finite work capacity (Wʹ) during the 3-minute all-out cycling test. Ten participants completed 8 tests: 1) an incremental test to calculate gas exchange threshold (GET), maximal aerobic power (MAP) and peak oxygen uptake (V̇O2peak), 2–4) three time-to-ex...

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