Prof Swaine has over 60 journal articles in peer-reviewed journals. A full list of Prof Swaine’s publications can be found in the publication section of this site.
- Ford P and Swaine IL (2012) Continuous versus accumulated brisk walking in 8-11 year old children. European Journal of Sport Science, European Journal of Sport Science, 12: 89-95.
- Devereux et al. (2012) Lactate accumulation following isometric exercise training and its relationship with reduced resting blood pressure. Journal of Sport Sciences, 30 (11): 1141-1148.
- Zamparo P. and Swaine IL. (2012) Mechanical and propelling efficiency in swimming derived from exercise using a laboratory-based whole-body swimming ergometer. Journal of Applied Physiology, 113: 584-594.
- Wiles JD, Coleman DA, Swaine IL. (2010) Effects of performing isometric training at two intensities in healthy young males. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 3: 419-428.
- Devereux G, Wiles JD, Swaine IL. (2010) Reductions in resting blood pressure after 4 weeks of isometric exercise training. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 109(4) 601-606.
- Swaine et al. (2010) Reproducibility of Limb power output and cardiopulmonary responses to exercise using a novel swimming training machine. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 31: 1-6.Devereux et al (2010) Markers of isometric training intensity and reductions in resting blood pressure (Journal of Sports Sciences, 29: 715-724.
- Owen A, Wiles JD and Swaine IL (2010) Isometric Exercise and resting blood pressure: A meta-analysis. Journal of Human Hypertension. 12: 796-800.
- Ford P, Bailey R, Coleman D, Stretch D, Winter E, Woolf-May K, Swaine I (2010) Energy expenditure and perceived effort during brisk walking and running in8-11 year old children, Paediatric Exercise Science,22: 569-580.
- Perkins GM, Owen A, Kearney EM, Swaine IL. (2008) Biomarkers of cardiovascular disease risk in 40–65 year-old men performing recommended levels of physical activity, compared to sedentary men. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 43: 136–141.