Conference Presentations

  1. Mary D.A.S.G. and Swaine I.L.(1992) Federation of the American Society for Experimental Biology. Attenuation of the heart rate fitness effects during physical training. Orlando, USA, FASEB 6: A1538.
  2. Swaine I.L. et al. (1992) Submaximal exercise test indices of fitness in age-matched active vs inactive populations. 4th European congress on research in rehabilitation. Newcastle-upon Tyne, UK, Clinical rehabilitation 12: 82.
  3. Oliver S., Lindner P.K. Hawes M.R., Garbutt G., and Swaine I.L. (1992) CAD/CAM shoe last design for manufacture. 4th European congress on research in rehabilitation. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK. Clinical rehabilitation 12: 94.
  4. Oliver S., Taylor R.J. Garbutt G., and Swaine I.L. (1992) Research and development of a finite element model of the human spinal research system for analysing loading. 4th European congress on research in rehabilitation. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK. Clinical rehabilitation 12: 102.
  5. Garbutt G., Minns V., Smith H., Potts A. and Swaine I.L. (1993) A comparison of two methods for determining ventilatory and anaerobic threshold in endurance-trained cyclists. BASES conference. Manchester, UK. Journal of sports sciences 12: 136.
  6. * Swaine I.L. (1994) The use of a computer-linked isokinetic swim bench. Institute of swimming teachers and coaches. Creaton, UK. * In receipt of ISTC research grant.
  7. * Swaine I.L. (1996) The Relationship Between 1500 m Swimming Performance and Critical Power Using an Isokinetic Swim Bench. In J.P.Troup et al. (Eds) Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming VII. Atlanta, USA. Published in book of the proceedings. * In receipt of Sports Council travel grant.
  8. Swaine I.L. and Winter E.M. (1994) Scaling maximal oxygen uptake for differences in body mass in swimmers. VIIth world congress of biomechanics and medicine in swimming. Atlanta, USA.
  9. Swaine I.L. and Sherlock J (1995) The ‘curse’ of overtraining: socio-cultural processes and physiological manifestations. First world congress of sports medicine and social science in athletics. Gothenburg, Sweden.
  10. Swaine I.L. (1995) Arm power of sprint and endurance swimmers on a computerised swim bench. XIth fina world sports medicine congress. Glyfada, Athens.
  11. Swaine I.L. (1995) Bi-lateral arm power of swimmers during recovery from injury using a computerised swim bench. XIth fina world sports medicine congress. Glyfada, Athens.
  12. Zanker C.L., Swaine I.L., Castell L. and Newsholme E.A. (1996) The effects of repeated exercise upon indices of immune function. First congress of the European college of sports medicine. Nice, France.
  13. Zanker C.L., Swaine I.L. and Newsholme E.A. (1996) The effects of repeated exercise upon indices of brain 5-HT metabolism. First congress of the European college of sports medicine. Nice, France.
  14. Zanker C.L. and Swaine I.L. (1997) Reduced bone turnover in amenohhhoeic women distance runners. 25th European symposium on calcified tissues, Harrogate, UK. Bone 20:
  15. Konstantaki M., and Swaine I.L. (1997) The relative lactate responses to dry-land arm-pulling and leg-kicking in swimmers, water-polo players and recreational swimmers. BASES conference, York.
  16. Swaine I.L. and Short H. (1998) Arm and leg power output in swimmers during simulated swimming. BASES conferenc, Worcester.
  17. * Swaine I.L. and Doyle G. (1998) Relationships between the mean arm-pulling and leg-kicking power output of semi-tethered and simulated swimming. Biomechanics and medicine in swimming VIII, Jyvaskyla, Finland. * In receipt of Sports Council travel grant.
  18. * Konstantaki M., Winter E.M. and Swaine I.L. (1998) Effects of arms or legs-only training on indices of swimming performance and dry-land endurance in swimmers. Biomechanics and medicine in swimming VIII, Jyvaskyla, Finland.  * Awarded Archimedes prize for the best contribution from a young investigator.
  19. Swaine I.L., Reavell C., Winter E.M., Cooke D.S. and Maycock K.M. (1998) A dry-land ergometer for measurement and manipulation of power output from arm-pulling, leg-kicking and whole body simulated swimming. 2nd International conference on engineering in sport, Sheffield, UK.
  20. Konstantaki M., Winter E.M. and Swaine I.L. (1999) Comparison of maximal cardiopulmonary responses to simulated and actual swimming. European college of sports science, Rome, Italy.
  21. Howden R., Tranfield P., Lightfoot T., Brown S. and Swaine I.L. (2001) The reproducibility of tolerance to lower body negative pressure and its quantification in man. Physiological society meeting, Birmingham, UK. Journal of Physiology 531P pp 42P.
  22. Howden R., Lightfoot T., Brown S. and Swaine I.L. (2002) Orthostatic tolerance and blood pressure after isometric training of the arms. Physiological society meeting, York, UK. Journal of physiology 539P.
  23. Howden R., Lightfoot T., Brown S. and Swaine I.L. (2002) Orthostatic tolerance and blood pressure after isometric training of the legs. Physiological society meeting, York, UK. Journal of physiology 539P.
  24. Brown S.J., Howden R., Swaine I.L. and Lightfoot T. (2003) Hypercapnic acidosis increases tolerance to orthostatic stress in humans. Journal of physiology 555P, C68.
  25. Swaine I.L., Wiles J., Dunford M., Coleman D. (2004) Effects of three isometric leg exercise protocols on blood pressure and heart rate in healthy subjects. (European College of Sport Science Conference – Clermont-Ferrand, France. 3-6 July, 2004 ).
  26. Wiles J.D., Coleman D.A., Dunford M., Swaine I.L. (2004) A novel method for the performance of isometric exercise in the home. (European College of Sport Science Conference – Clermont-Ferrand, France. 3-6 July 2004).
  27. Scott A., Woolf-May K. and Swaine I.L. (2006) Indices of waist circumference and their relationship with total body fat and subcutaneous abdominal fat in middle-aged men at risk of metabolic syndrome. (European College of Sport Science Conference – Lausanne, Switzerland. 30 June-3 July 2006).
  28. Swaine, I.L., M.J. Dunford, A.M. Hunter*, K.J. Carlton, J.D. Wiles and D.A. Coleman (2006) Peak power output in response to whole-body incremental simulated swimming using a novel ergometer. (European College of Sport Science Conference – Lausanne, Switzerland. 30 June-3 July 2006).
  29. Allum S., Wiles J.D., Swaine I.L. and D.A. Coleman (2006) Relationship between selected cardiovascular variables and exercise intensity during continuous and discontinuous incremental isometric exercise tests. (European College of Sport Science Conference – Lausanne, Switzerland. 30 June-3 July 2006).
  30. Perkins G., Owen A., Wiles J.D. and Swaine I.L. (2006) Relationships between pulse wave velocity and heart rate variability in 40-65 yr old men. (European College of Sport Science Conference – Lausanne, Switzerland. 30 June-3 July 2006).
  31. Ford P., Coleman DA, Woolf-May K., and Swaine IL. (2006) Differences in daily activity levels, dietary energy intake, and body composition in primary school children who walk to and from school compared to those who travel by car. (European College of Sport Science Conference – Lausanne, Switzerland , July 2006).
  32. GM Perkins, A Owen, IL.Swaine. (2008) Are changes in low-frequency heart rate variability related to changes in pulse wave velocity in middle-aged men after exercise training? European College of Sport Science Conference, Estoril, Portugal, July 2008.
  33. IL Swaine, JD. Wiles and DA. Coleman. (2008)The Precision with which isometric exercise training can be performed according to a given heart rate. European College of Sport Science Conference, Estoril, Portugal, July 2008.
  34. Owen, A., Wiles JD. and Swaine, IL. (2009) Effect of isometric exercise training on resting blood pressure: a meta-analysis of controlled trials. European Society of Hypertension, European Meeting on Hypertension, Milan, Italy, 12-16 June 2009.
  35. Devereux G, Wiles JD and Swaine IL (2010) Indices of isometric training intensity and their relationship with training-induced reductions in resting blood pressure, Phys Soc, Manchester, 2010.
  36. Swaine et al (2010) Cardio-pulmonary responses to whole-body simulated swimming using a novel swimming training machine. XIth world congress of biomechanics and medicine in swimming. Oslo, Norway 2010.
  37. Scott AT, Woolf-May K, Swaine IL, Jones DW. (2010) Influence of Baseline Plasma Fibrinogen on Responses to an Accumulative Brisk Walking Intervention. American College of Sports Medicine, 57th Annual Meeting and world congress on exercise is medicine, June 2010, Baltimore, Maryland, USA