Luke Connolly
PhD student

Research

Research projects

Project title: The effects of exercise training interventions on the health profile of inactive premenopausal women

PhD supervisiors: Professor Andrew Jones, Dr Stephen Bailey and Professor Peter Krustrup

Publications

Connolly L. J, Bailey S. J, Krustrup P, Fulford J, Smietanka C, Jones A. M. (2017). Effects of self-paced interval and continuous training on health markers in women. European Journal of Applied Physiology. doi:10.1007/s00421-017-3715-9. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00421-017-3715-9 

Nordsborg NB, Connolly LJ, Weihe P, Iuliano E, Krustrup P, Saltin B, Mohr M. (2015) Oxidative capacity and glycogen content increase more in arm than leg muscle in sedentary women after intense training. J Appl Physiol  View online

Connolly LJ, Scott S, Mohr M, Ermidis G, Julian R, Bangsbo J, Jackman SR, Bowtell JL, Davies RC, Hopkins SJ, Seymour R, Knapp KM, Krustrup P, Fulford J. (2014) Effects of small-volume soccer and vibration training on body composition, aerobic fitness, and muscular PCr kinetics for inactive women aged 20-45, Journal of Sport and Health Science 3(4):284-292 View online

Krustrup P, Bradley PS, Christensen JF, Castagna C, Jackman S, Connolly L, Randers MB, Mohr M, Bangsbo J. (2014) The Yo-Yo IE2 Test: Physiological Response for Untrained Men vs Trained Soccer Players. Med Sci Sports Exerc View online

Connolly, L. J., Nordsborg, N. B., Nyberg, M., Weihe, P., Krustrup, P., & Mohr, M. (2016). Low-volume high-intensity swim training is superior to high-volume low-intensity training in relation to insulin sensitivity and glucose control in inactive middle-aged women. European journal of applied physiology, 116(10), 1889-1897 http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00421-016-3441-8

Bowtell, J. L., Jackman, S. R., Scott, S., Connolly, L. J., Mohr, M., Ermidis, G., . . . Krustrup, P. (2016). Short Duration Small Sided Football and to a Lesser Extent Whole Body Vibration Exercise Induce Acute Changes in Markers of Bone Turnover. Biomed Res Int, 2016, 3574258. https://www.hindawi.com/journals/bmri/2016/3574258/

Reddy, P., Dias, I., Holland, C., Campbell, N., Nagar, I., Connolly, L., . . . Hubball, H. (2017). Walking football as sustainable exercise for older adults – A pilot investigation. Eur J Sport Sci, 1-8. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/17461391.2017.1298671

Conference presentations

Connolly, L. J., Mohr, M., & Krustrup, P. (2017). Football for health. 1st International Academic Forum on Sports Medicine and Health, Chengdu, Sichuan, China.

Connolly LJ, Scott S, Mohr M, Ermidis G, Julian R, Bangsbo J, Jackman SR, Bowtell JL, Davies RC, Hopkins SJ, Seymour R, Knapp KM, Krustrup P, Fulford J (2014) Effects of small-volume soccer and vibration training on body composition, aerobic fitness, and muscular PCr kinetics for inactive women aged 20-45. Oral presentation at the Team Sports and Physiology PhD course, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Connolly LJ, Scott S, Mohr M, Ermidis G, Julian R, Bangsbo J, Jackman SR, Bowtell JL, Davies RC, Hopkins SJ, Seymour R, Knapp KM, Krustrup P, Fulford J (2014) Effects of small-volume soccer and vibration training on body composition, aerobic fitness, and muscular PCr kinetics for inactive women aged 20-45. Oral presentation at the 2014 BASES Student Conference.

Connolly L. J., Scott S, Mohr M, Ermidis G, Julian R, Bangsbo J, Jackman SR, Bowtell JL, Davies RC, Hopkins SJ, Seymour R, Knapp KM, Krustrup P, Fulford J (2015) Effects of small-volume soccer and vibration training on body composition, aerobic fitness, and muscular PCr kinetics for inactive women aged 20-45. 8th World Congress on Science & Football, Copenhagen, Denmark.

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