Dr Richard Winsley
Associate Professor and Associate Dean Education (CLES)

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Key publications



Winsley RJ (2017). Overtraining syndrome. In Armstrong N, Van Mechelen W (Eds.) Children's Sport and Exercise Medicine, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 519-526.
Winsley RJ, Tong R (2014). Teaching and learning in the disciplines: Sports-related subjects. In Fry H, Ketteridge S, Marshall S (Eds.) A Handbook for Teaching & Learning in Higher Education, London: Routledge, 376-390.
Croft L, Gracia-Marco L, Hargadon J, Winsley R (2012). Should we be giving children choices about their health?. Education and Health, 30(4), 113-115.
Winsley R, Matos N (2011). Overtraining and elite young athletes. Med Sport Sci, 56, 97-105. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Matos NF, Winsley RJ, Williams CA (2011). Prevalence of nonfunctional overreaching/overtraining in young English athletes. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 43(7), 1287-1294. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Winsley R, Fulford J, Roberts A, Welsman J, Armstrong N (2009). Sex difference in Peak Oxygen Uptake in Prepubertal Children. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 12, 647-651.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Williams CA, Winsley RJ, Pinho G, de Ste Croix M, Lloyd RS, Oliver JL (2017). Prevalence of non-functional overreaching in elite male and female youth academy football players. Science and Medicine in Football, 1(3), 222-228. Full text. DOI.
Winsley RJ, Gracia-Marco L, Croft L (2013). Should we be giving children choices about their health: Engaging University students in complex health questions?. Education and Health: a quarterly journal, 31(3), 91-94.
Croft L, Gracia-Marco L, Hargadon J, Winsley R (2012). Should we be giving children choices about their health?. Education and Health, 30(4), 113-115.
Winsley R, Matos N (2011). Overtraining and elite young athletes. Med Sport Sci, 56, 97-105. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Matos NF, Winsley RJ, Williams CA (2011). Prevalence of nonfunctional overreaching/overtraining in young English athletes. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 43(7), 1287-1294. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Ramos-Ibanez N, Winsley RJ, Armstrong N (2009). Relationship Among Diet and Energy Expenditure and Intra-abdominal Adipose Tissue in Young Girls. Ann Nutr Metab(55), 529-530.
Winsley RJ, Fulford J, Roberts A, Welsman JR, Armstrong N (2009). Sex difference in Peak Oxygen Uptake in Prepubertal Children. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 12, 647-651.
Winsley R, Fulford J, Roberts A, Welsman J, Armstrong N (2009). Sex difference in Peak Oxygen Uptake in Prepubertal Children. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 12, 647-651.
Nelson MT, Biltz G, Winsley R, Armstrong N, Fawkner S, Bywater K, Dengel DR (2008). Reliability of Heart Rate Variability by Sample Entropy at Rest and During Light Exercise in Children. MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE, 40(5), S282-S282. Author URL. DOI.
Matos N, Winsley RJ (2007). Trainability of young athletes and overtraining. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 6(3), 353-367. Abstract.
Winsley RJ, Armstrong N, Middlebrooke AR, Ramos-Ibanez N, Williams CA (2006). Aerobic fitness and visceral adipose tissue in children. Acta Paediatr, 95(11), 1435-1438. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Winsley RJ, Battersby GL, Cockle HC (2005). Heart rate variability assessment of overreaching in active and sedentary females. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 26(9), 768-773. DOI.
Winsley RJ, Fulford J, Macleod KM, Ramos-Ibanez N, Williams CAP, Armstrong N (2005). Prediction of Visceral Adipose Tissue Using Air Displacement Plethysmography in Children. Obesity Research, 13(12), 2048-2051.
Winsley RJ, Fulford J, Macleod KM, Ramos-Ibanez N (2005). Prediction of visceral adipose tissue using Air Displacement Plethysmography in young people. Obesity Research, 13(11), 2048-2051.
Spamer EJ, Winsley RJ (2003). A comparative study of British and South African 12yr old rugby players, in relation to game-specific, physical, motor and anthropometric variables. J HUM MOVEMENT STUD, 44(1), 37-45. Abstract.
Spamer EJ, Winsley RJ (2003). A comparative study of British and South African 12yr old rugby players, in relation to game-specific, physical, motor and anthropometric variables. Journal of Human Movement Studies, 44(1), 037-045. Abstract.
Spamer, EJ, Winsley RJ (2003). Comparative characteristics of elite English and South African 18-year-old rugby players with reference to game-specific skills, physical abilities and anthropometric data. J HUM MOVEMENT STUD, 45, 187-196.
Winsley RJ, Armstrong N, Bywater K, Fawkner SG (2003). Reliability of heart rate variability measures at rest and during light exercise in children. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 37(6), 550-552. DOI.
Winsley RJ (2003). Suitability of the multistage fitness test to assess children’s aerobic fitness. European Journal of Physical Education, 8, 19-28.
Winsley RJ (2002). Acute and chronic effects of exercise on heart rate variability in adults and children: a review. Pediatric Exercise Science, 14(4), 328-344.
Welsman JR, Armstrong N, Kirby BJ, Winsley RJ, Parsons G, Sharpe P (1997). Exercise performance and magnetic resonance imaging-determined thigh muscle volume in children. Eur J Appl Physiol Occup Physiol, 76(1), 92-97. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Armstrong N, Welsman J, Winsley R (1996). Is peak VO2 a maximal index of children's aerobic fitness?. Int J Sports Med, 17(5), 356-359. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

Chapters

Winsley RJ (2017). Overtraining syndrome. In Armstrong N, Van Mechelen W (Eds.) Children's Sport and Exercise Medicine, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 519-526.
Winsley RJ (2015). Why study sport & exercise sciences?. In Viadya K (Ed) Exercise and Sports for the Curious, Canberra: the Curious Academic Publishing, 25-35.
Winsley RJ, Tong R (2014). Teaching and learning in the disciplines: Sports-related subjects. In Fry H, Ketteridge S, Marshall S (Eds.) A Handbook for Teaching & Learning in Higher Education, London: Routledge, 376-390.
Winsley RJ, Matos N (2011). Overtraining and the elite young athlete. In Armstrong N, McManus AM (Eds.) The Elite Young Athlete, Basel: Karger: Medicine and Sports Science, 97-105.
Winsley RJ (2006). Cardiovascular function. In Armstrong N (Ed) Paediatric Exercise Physiology, Oxford: Churchill Livingstone Elsevier, 139-160.
Winsley RJ, Armstrong N (2004). Physical Activity, Physical Fitness, Health and Young People. In Green, K, Hardman K (Eds.) Physical Education: Essential Issues, London: Sage, 65-77.
Winsley R, Armstrong N (2004). Physical Activity, Physical Fitness, Health and Young People. In Green K, Hardman K (Eds.) Physical Education Essential Issues, Sage, 65-77.

Publications by year



2017

Winsley RJ (2017). Overtraining syndrome. In Armstrong N, Van Mechelen W (Eds.) Children's Sport and Exercise Medicine, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 519-526.
Williams CA, Winsley RJ, Pinho G, de Ste Croix M, Lloyd RS, Oliver JL (2017). Prevalence of non-functional overreaching in elite male and female youth academy football players. Science and Medicine in Football, 1(3), 222-228. Full text. DOI.

2015

Winsley RJ (2015). Why study sport & exercise sciences?. In Viadya K (Ed) Exercise and Sports for the Curious, Canberra: the Curious Academic Publishing, 25-35.

2014

Winsley RJ, Tong R (2014). Teaching and learning in the disciplines: Sports-related subjects. In Fry H, Ketteridge S, Marshall S (Eds.) A Handbook for Teaching & Learning in Higher Education, London: Routledge, 376-390.

2013

Winsley RJ, Gracia-Marco L, Croft L (2013). Should we be giving children choices about their health: Engaging University students in complex health questions?. Education and Health: a quarterly journal, 31(3), 91-94.

2012

Croft L, Gracia-Marco L, Hargadon J, Winsley R (2012). Should we be giving children choices about their health?. Education and Health, 30(4), 113-115.

2011

Winsley R, Matos N (2011). Overtraining and elite young athletes. Med Sport Sci, 56, 97-105. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Winsley RJ, Matos N (2011). Overtraining and the elite young athlete. In Armstrong N, McManus AM (Eds.) The Elite Young Athlete, Basel: Karger: Medicine and Sports Science, 97-105.
Matos NF, Winsley RJ, Williams CA (2011). Prevalence of nonfunctional overreaching/overtraining in young English athletes. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 43(7), 1287-1294. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

2009

Ramos-Ibanez N, Winsley RJ, Armstrong N (2009). Relationship Among Diet and Energy Expenditure and Intra-abdominal Adipose Tissue in Young Girls. Ann Nutr Metab(55), 529-530.
Winsley RJ, Fulford J, Roberts A, Welsman JR, Armstrong N (2009). Sex difference in Peak Oxygen Uptake in Prepubertal Children. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 12, 647-651.
Winsley R, Fulford J, Roberts A, Welsman J, Armstrong N (2009). Sex difference in Peak Oxygen Uptake in Prepubertal Children. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 12, 647-651.

2008

Nelson MT, Biltz G, Winsley R, Armstrong N, Fawkner S, Bywater K, Dengel DR (2008). Reliability of Heart Rate Variability by Sample Entropy at Rest and During Light Exercise in Children. MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE, 40(5), S282-S282. Author URL. DOI.

2007

Matos N, Winsley RJ (2007). Trainability of young athletes and overtraining. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 6(3), 353-367. Abstract.

2006

Winsley RJ, Armstrong N, Middlebrooke AR, Ramos-Ibanez N, Williams CA (2006). Aerobic fitness and visceral adipose tissue in children. Acta Paediatr, 95(11), 1435-1438. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Winsley RJ (2006). Cardiovascular function. In Armstrong N (Ed) Paediatric Exercise Physiology, Oxford: Churchill Livingstone Elsevier, 139-160.

2005

Winsley RJ, Battersby GL, Cockle HC (2005). Heart rate variability assessment of overreaching in active and sedentary females. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 26(9), 768-773. DOI.
Winsley RJ, Fulford J, Macleod KM, Ramos-Ibanez N, Williams CAP, Armstrong N (2005). Prediction of Visceral Adipose Tissue Using Air Displacement Plethysmography in Children. Obesity Research, 13(12), 2048-2051.
Winsley RJ, Fulford J, Macleod KM, Ramos-Ibanez N (2005). Prediction of visceral adipose tissue using Air Displacement Plethysmography in young people. Obesity Research, 13(11), 2048-2051.

2004

Winsley RJ, Armstrong N (2004). Physical Activity, Physical Fitness, Health and Young People. In Green, K, Hardman K (Eds.) Physical Education: Essential Issues, London: Sage, 65-77.
Winsley R, Armstrong N (2004). Physical Activity, Physical Fitness, Health and Young People. In Green K, Hardman K (Eds.) Physical Education Essential Issues, Sage, 65-77.

2003

Spamer EJ, Winsley RJ (2003). A comparative study of British and South African 12yr old rugby players, in relation to game-specific, physical, motor and anthropometric variables. J HUM MOVEMENT STUD, 44(1), 37-45. Abstract.
Spamer EJ, Winsley RJ (2003). A comparative study of British and South African 12yr old rugby players, in relation to game-specific, physical, motor and anthropometric variables. Journal of Human Movement Studies, 44(1), 037-045. Abstract.
Spamer, EJ, Winsley RJ (2003). Comparative characteristics of elite English and South African 18-year-old rugby players with reference to game-specific skills, physical abilities and anthropometric data. J HUM MOVEMENT STUD, 45, 187-196.
Winsley RJ, Armstrong N, Bywater K, Fawkner SG (2003). Reliability of heart rate variability measures at rest and during light exercise in children. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 37(6), 550-552. DOI.
Winsley RJ (2003). Suitability of the multistage fitness test to assess children’s aerobic fitness. European Journal of Physical Education, 8, 19-28.

2002

Winsley RJ (2002). Acute and chronic effects of exercise on heart rate variability in adults and children: a review. Pediatric Exercise Science, 14(4), 328-344.

1997

Welsman JR, Armstrong N, Kirby BJ, Winsley RJ, Parsons G, Sharpe P (1997). Exercise performance and magnetic resonance imaging-determined thigh muscle volume in children. Eur J Appl Physiol Occup Physiol, 76(1), 92-97. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

1996

Armstrong N, Welsman J, Winsley R (1996). Is peak VO2 a maximal index of children's aerobic fitness?. Int J Sports Med, 17(5), 356-359. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.