The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences

The Sport and Exercise Scientist

The Official Publication of BASES

The Sport and Exercise Scientist (The SES) is the official quarterly publication of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences available free to all BASES members. It aims to provide up-to-date information to those with an interest in sport and exercise sciences and to support excellence in the delivery of sport and exercise science practice, teaching and learning, and research.

Current Issue

TSES SPRING 2016 ISSUE 48 COVER MASTER 

Issue 48 Summer 2016

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Please note that hard copies of The SES can no longer be posted to overseas addresses.  All overseas members can access a pdf version of the publication in the member area.

Back Issues

TSES SPRING 2016 COVER (ONLINE) 3 Issue 47 Spring 2016
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Issue 46 Winter 2015

  • Athena SWAN or ugly duckling?
  • BASES Conference 2015 overview
  • The BASES Expert Statement on the Effect of Aerobic Exercise on Body Mass Regulation:Individual Variability and Compensatory Responses
  • Editor's Choice: Editor's edicts
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TSES COVER SUMMER ISSUE 1  Issue 44 Summer 2015
  • Road to Rio - supporting the whole human being and not just the athlete
  • BASES Conference 2015 updates
  • BASES Applied Practitioner of the Year
  • Exercise as medicine
  • Editor's Choice: Murphy's laws of physical activity and health
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Issue 43 Spring 2015

  • Animals as a source of inspiration for human athletes
  • Interview with Prof Nanette Mutrie: The leading lady of physical activity in Scotland is awarded an MBE
  • BASES Conference 2015 updates
  • Fat oxidation during exercise
  • BASES Heads of Department Forum
  • Editor's Choice: Applied sport psychology: An expert panel discussion 
TSES ISSUE 42 WINTER COVER 1 Issue 42 Winter 2014

  • Pushing the limits of polar exploration and science - an interview with Alan Chambers MBE
  • BASES Student Conference 2015 at Liverpool John Moores University, 31 March - 1 April
  • Editor's Choice: A Whyte Christmas
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Issue 41 Autumn 2014

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Issue 40 Summer 2014

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Issue 39 Spring 2014

 

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Issue 37 Autumn 2013

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  • BASES Position Stand on Graduate Internships
  • High-intensity exercise:Evidence summary and relevance to public health
  • Gaining Chartered Scientist status
  • Carbohydrate restriction in modulating training adaptation
  • Editor's Choice: BASES Position Stand on Graduate Internships
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 Issue 35 Spring 2013

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Issue 34 Winter 2012

  • London 2012 Paralympic Games Special
  • The science behind ParalympicsGB
  • The 'blade runners': Disabled or more-abled?
  • What it takes to win Gold - Q&A with gold medal winner Dave Smith
  • The role of sport psychology practitioners working at the Games
  • Editor's Choice: Compression Garments

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Issue 33: Autumn 2012

  • From national pride to public health - The London legacy
  • Higher education and the emplyability agenda
  • Vitamin D supplementation for athletes
  • The coach-athlete relationship
  • Editor's Choice: Vitamin D
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Issue 32: Summer 2012

  • Sport science and medicine in the final weeks of team preparation and during 2012
  • Sport science support in Great Britain Handball
  • Olympic nutrition support - British Swimming and British Triathlon
  • Supporting the GB Para-Cyling Team - A no compromise approach
  • Editor's Choice: The Whyte Answer
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Issue 31: Spring 2012

  • The management of chronic knee pain in the elite athlete ~ case study
  • BASES experts statements on:
  • Measurement of Muscle Strength with Isokinetic Dynamometry
  • Genetic Research and Testing in Sport and Exercise Science
  • The Importance of Young People's Aerobic Fitness for Health
  • Editor's Choice: Legacy
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Issue 30: Winter 2011

  • Sport psychology at the Rugby World Cup
  • Fatigue - Interview with Prof Roger Enoka
  • The final push - winter's training priorities for 2012 athletes
  • BASES Expert Statement - Human Performance in Hypoxia Inducing Environments: Natural and Simulated Altitude
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Issue 29: Autumn 2011

  • Considerations for technical modification ~ archery case study
  • BASES experts statements on:
  • Ethics and participation in research of young people
  • Emotion regulation in sport
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Issue 28: Summer 2011

Issue 27: Spring 2011

Issue 26: Winter 2010

  • Commonwealth Games Diary
  • BASES Conference Highlights
  • Exercise to Avoid
  • Seminal Papers

Issue 25 : Autumn 2010

  • Human Lives - Dr Richard Godfrey
  • Performance Nutrition
  • Dissertation Tips
  • Accreditation Advice

Issue 24 : Summer 2010

  • World Cup 2010 - Will the best team win?
  • Inside the mind of Phil Neville
  • Team Psychology - what makes a winning team?
  • Performing under pressure in sport

Issue 23 Spring 2010 

  • Applied Sport Science
  • Health and Exercise Update
  • Olympic and Paralympic Diaries

Issue 22 December 2009

  • 2009 BASES Annual Conference Highlights
  • The revised BASES Accreditation and SE schemes explained
  • How to imptove the public's health-related behaviours

 Issue 21 September 2009

  • Endurance Performance: Three perspectives
  • Get your sandshoes on !
  • Profiling the elite student athlete 
  • Self-love: Understanding the narcissistic sport performer
  • Reflections of a novice sport - science lecturer

Issue 20 June 2009

  • Highlights from Hull
  • Performance enhancement as a bad start and a dead end
  • Helping to alleviate the fatigue experienced after breast cancer with exercise
  • What being a BASES member means
  • A student's perspective
  • Final year undergraduates - what next? to MRES or not to MRES?

Issue 19 March 2009

  • Research:RAE and Funding Successes
  • Paralympic Reports
  • Are You Sitting Comfortably? Then I will stand up to begin
  • Discussion and Debates
  • Red Nose Climb where science meets celebrities

Issue 18 December 2008

  • Olympic Reports
  • The Student Athlete
  • "Comments from Members" Click here for survey

Issue 17 September 2008

  • Question and Answer Session
  • Comments from members
  • Exercise and Multiple Sclerosis
  • Views from the Chair

Issue 16 June 2008

  • Performance Science & Innovation in Olympic and Paralympic Sport
  • Why "Participants" rather than "Subjects"?
  • 10-Page Strictly for Students Special
  • 2008 BASES Annual Conference

Issue 15 March 2008

  • Exercise and Sleep
  • Physical Inactivity: A Real Issue in Mental Illness
  • America's Cup Yacht Racing
  • Conference Updates

Issue 14 December 2007

  • Annual Conference Highlights
  • BASES High Performance Sport Accreditation: One Year On
  • BASES International Travel Grant Winners

 

Issue 13 September 2007

  • Applied Papers from the Annual Conference
  • Patients with Chronic Heart Failure
  • Strictly for Students
  • Handcycling

Issue 12 June 2007

  • Strictly for Students
  • Prevention of Cardivascular Disease
  • Highlights from the BASES Annual Student Conference
  • Making the Weight: But How Much Is Lost?

Issue 11 March 2007

  • Providing Gold Medal Biomechanical Support at World Swimming Championships
  • Opportunities for Sport and Exercise Scientists in Ghana
  • Conference Updates
  • Qualification and Training Routes to becoming a practising Sport and Exercise Psychologist

Issue 10 Dec 2006

  • BASES Workshop Reviews
  • Case Studies from Applied Physiology
  • Debates from the Annual Conference
  • BASES High performance Sport Accreditation Launched

Issue 9 Sept 2006

  • Walking Towards Health and Wellbeing
  • The Rise of Applied Sport Science Research in Australia
  • What's It Like Out There? Making The Terra Incognita More Firma
  • Saturday Night with Whyte! Sport and Exercise Science in the Media

Issue 8 June 2006

  • Ethics-Ethics-Ethics
  • Experiential Learning in Sport
  • Annual Conference Programme
  • Highlights from the Student Conference

Issue 7 March 2006

  • Who is your Client?-The Athlete? The Coach? The Performance Director?
  • The Commonwealth Games
  • Comrades Ultra-Marathon Heart Study
  • BASES Welfare Policy

Issue 6 December 2005

  • Inaugural Divisional Chairs Set Out Their Stalls
  • Interview with Mary Nevill
  • English Cricket: A Phoenix from the Ashes?
  • Preparing Students for the Real World
Issue 5 September 2005
  • What makes a good sport and exercise science conference
  • Work experience placements
  • Sample size in research
  • Physical activity and type 2 diabetes
Issue 4 June 2005
  • Choosing Activity: A physical activity action plan
  • Community-Based Exercise Programmes
  • Research in the Applied Setting
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Coaching Interest Group Special

Issue 3 March 2005

  • Carbohydrate: Fuelling physical activity
  • Using motivational interviewing
  • How to make research methods exciting
  • Evaluating your practice
  • Student special

Issue 2 Dec 2004

  • Obesity: A growing problem
  • Understanding muscle growth
  • Reflective practices
  • Dr John Buckley interviewed
  • BASES reponses to UK Sport's plans

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Issue 1 Sept 2004
  • UK Sport's vision for sports science
  • Present and future BASES Chairs share views
  • E-learning in sport and exercise science
  • Prof Craig Sharp interviewed
  • CMO report