Multiple Worlds Blending  

By Caroline White I am just about to celebrate my two-year anniversary this month of leaving full-time sport and entering the world of academia. A lot has happened over this two-year period as I began almost a new career and not knowing, especially in the early days, if I had made the right decision.   When … Continue reading “Multiple Worlds Blending  “

Marginal gains are great. When you’re ready. 

By Dr Tom Brownlee Photo Credit: Tim Foster on Unsplash I was talking to a PhD student at a Premier League club recently about the design of their upcoming study. Broadly speaking we were looking at whether a training modality, which is often used in clubs actually works or not. This led us off-topic a little to … Continue reading “Marginal gains are great. When you’re ready. “

An Applied PhD Student in Professional Football: Reflections From The 1st Month 

We have recently set up an applied PhD studentship in collaboration with Norwich City Football Club. Michael Cornes has now begun his journey on this process and has been in post for a little over 1 month. To help perspective and current students and industry partners, Mike has outlined his reflections from his 1st month … Continue reading “An Applied PhD Student in Professional Football: Reflections From The 1st Month “