Robert A. Scott's scientific contributions

Publications (2)

Article
The physical requirements for women soccer players appear to be similar to those for men, with high levels of aerobic capacity, sprint speed and recovery being fundamental for success (Krustrup et al. Med Sci Sports Exerc 37: 1242-1248, 2005). Specific interventions designed to improve training status in male soccer players have been assessed in se...

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... Previous studies comparing traditional aerobic modalities of exercise and resistance training-based HIIT have not clearly controlled intensity of effort (15,59). In addition, other studies investigating the effect of different exercise modes using HIIT often report only 1 physiological adaptation such as strength or aerobic fitness without assessing and comparing both (18,59). Improvements in both aerobic fitness in addition to strength and hypertrophy may be possible with a range of independent exercise modes as long as effort is high (22). ...
... Previous studies have analysed the effects of HIIT in individual exercise modes on a single mode of activity (Cook et al., 2010;Sijie et al., 2012). However, the effects of this training method in running or cycling on performance in a single mode such as running in female athletes has not been studied. ...