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  1. Swaine, I and Reilly, T (1983). The Freely-chosen Swim Stroke Rate in a Maximal Swim and on a Bio-kinetic Swim Bench. Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise5: 370-375.
  2. Swaine, IL and Mary, DASG (1989). Quantitative Indices of Cardio-respiratory Fitness Non-invasively Derived During Exercise Training. Medical Science Research. 17: 555-558.
  3. Swaine, IL and Mary, DASG (1989). Early Detection of Changes in Cardio-respiratory Fitness. Medical Science Research. 17: 939-941.
  4. Swaine, IL and Mary DASG (1991). Attenuation of Heart Rate Fitness Effects During Physical Training. Medical Science Research. 19: 365-367.
  5. Swaine, IL, Linden, RJ and Mary, DASG (1992). Indices for Detection of Changes in Cardio-respiratory Fitness During Exercise Training in Man. Experimental Physiology77: 65-78.
  6. Swaine IL, Linden RJ and Mary DASG (1994). Loss of Progress of Exercise Training-Induced Bradycardia with Continued Improvement in Fitness. Journal of Sports Sciences12: 477-481.
  7. Swaine IL (1994) Relationship between Physiological Variables from a Swim Bench Ramp Test and Middle-Distance Swimming Performance. Journal of Swimming Research. 10: 41-48.
  8. Swaine IL, Dickinson C, Murty D, Emmett J and Dudfield M (1995). Rating of Perceived Exertion and Heart Rate Relative to Ventilatory Threshold in Women During Two Modes of Exercise Training. British Journal of Sports Medicine29: 57-60.
  9. Swaine IL (1996) The Relationship Between 1500 m Swimming Performance and Critical Power Using an Isokinetic Swim Bench. In JP.Troup et al. (Eds) Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming VII. E and FN Spon. London pp. 229-234.
  10. Swaine IL and Zanker CL (1996). The Reproducibility of Cardiopulmonary Responses to Exercise Using a Swim Bench. International Journal of Sports Medicine. 17: 140-144.
  11. Winter EM, Brown D, Roberts NKA, Brookes FBC and Swaine IL (1996) Optimised and Corrected Peak Power Output During Cycle Ergometry in Men and Women. Journal of Sports Sciences14: 513-521.
  12. Swaine IL (1997) Cardiopulmonary Responses to Exercise in Swimmers Using a Swim Bench and a Leg-kicking Ergometer. International Journal of Sports Medicine. 18: 359-363.
  13. Zanker CL, Swaine IL, Castell L and Newsholme, EA (1997) The Effects of a Repeated Bout of Endurance Exercise With Intervening Dietary Manipulation Upon Glutamine, Free Tryptophan and Branched-chain Amino Acids. European Journal of Applied Physiology. 75: 543-548.
  14. Swaine IL (1997) Time Course of Changes in Bilateral Arm Power of Swimmers During Recovery from Injury Using a Swim Bench. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 31: 213-216.
  15. Konstantaki M, Trowbridge W and Swaine IL (1998) The Relationship Between Lactate and Heart Rate Responses to Swim Bench Exercise and Women’s Competitive Water Polo. Journal of Sports Sciences. 16: 251-256.
  16. Zanker CL and Swaine IL (1998) The Relationship Between Serum Oestradiol and Energy Balance in Young Women Distance Runners. International Journal of Sports Medicine. 19: 104-108.
  17. Zanker CL and Swaine IL (1998) Relation Between Bone Turnover, Oestradiol and Energy Balance in Women Distance Runners. British Journal of Sports Medicine32: 167-171.
  18. Zanker CL and Swaine IL (1998) Bone Turnover in Amenorrhoeic and Eumenorrhoeic Distance Runners. Scandinavian Medicine and Science in Sports. 8: 20-26.
  19. Swaine IL, Reavell C, Winter EM, Cooke DS & Maycock KM, (1998) A Dry-land Ergometer for Measurement and Manipulation of Power Output During Front Crawl Arm-pulling, Leg-kicking and Whole Body Simulated Swimming. In: Haake S.J. (Ed) Engineering of Sport. Blackwell Science. Oxford. pp 93-98.
  20. Yelling M, Lockwood A and Swaine IL  (1998) A comparison of relative heart rate responses to exercise in girls with differing body fatness levels during the same type of PE lesson. In: Fisher R., Laws C. and Moses J. (eds) Active Living Through Quality Physical Education. St. Mary’s University College Press, London. pp 132-136.
  21. Konstantaki M and Swaine IL (1999) Lactate and Cardiopulmonary Responses to Simulated Front Crawl Arm-pulling and Leg-kicking in Collegiate and Recreational Swimmers. International Journal of Sports Medicine 20, 2: 118-121.In press.
  22. Mitchell AM and Swaine IL (1998) Comparison of Cardio-respiratory Responses to Open-water and Simulated Kayaking. Biology of Sport. 15: 229-236.
  23. Swaine IL and Winter EM (1999) Comparison of cardiopulmonary responses to two types of dry-land upper body exercise testing modes in competitive swimmers. European Journal of Applied Physiology80: 588-590.
  24. Swaine IL and Doyle G (1999). Relationships Between the Mean Arm-pulling and Leg-kicking Power Output of Semi-tethered and Simulated Swimming. In: Keskinen K., Komi P.V. and Hollander A.P. (Eds) Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming VIII. Gummerus. Jyvaskyla. pp 363-369.
  25. * Konstantaki M, Winter EM and Swaine IL (1999). The effects of arms- or legs- only training on indices of swimming performance and dry-land endurance in swimmers. In: Keskinen K. et al. (Eds) Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming VIII. Gummerus press. pp 391-397. * This author was awarded the Archimedes Prize for best contribution from a young investigator for this paper.
  26. Yelling M, Penny D and Swaine IL (2000) Physical Activity in Physical Education: A Case Study. European Journal of Physical Education. 5: 45-66.
  27. Swaine IL (1999) Arm and Leg Power Output in Swimmers During Simulated Swimming. Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise32: 1288-1292.
  28. Zanker CL and Swaine IL (2000) Nitrogen balance, IGF-1 and Bone turnover during exercise-induced negative energy balance. European Journal of Applied Physiology. 83: 434-440.
  29. Swaine IL and Riding WD (2001) Case Report: Anaphylaxis in a 40 year old male athlete after running through a wheat field. International Journal of Sports Medicine. 22: 268-269.
  30. Howden R, Lightfoot T, Brown S and Swaine IL (2001) Reproducibility of tolerance to lower body negative pressure and its quantification. European Journal of Applied Physiology. 84: 462-468.
  31. Howden R, Lightfoot T, Brown S and IL Swaine (2002) Orthostatic tolerance and blood pressure after isometric training in humans. Experimental Physiology. 87 (4): 507-515.
  32. Yelling M, Lamb KL and Swaine IL (2002) Validity of a pictorial perceived exertion scale for estimation and effort production during stepping exercise in adolescent children. European Physical Education Review. 8 (2): 157-175.
  33. Wiles JD, Coleman DA, Dunford M, Swaine IL (2005) A novel method for the performance of isometric exercise in the home. Journal of Sports Sciences23: 795-803.
  34. Wiles JD, Coleman DA, Tegerdine M, Swaine IL (2004) Effects of caffeine ingestion on performance time, speed and power during a laboratory-based 1 km cycling time trial. British Journal of Sports Medicine. (In press).
  35. Howden R, Lightfoot T, Turner MJ, Brown SJ and Swaine IL (2004) A Wide range of baroreflex stimulation does not alter forearm blood flow. European Journal of Applied Physiology 93: 124-129.
  36. Howden R, Lightfoot T, Brown SJ and Swaine IL (2004) Effects of breathing 5% CO2 on human cardiovascular responses and tolerance to orthostatic stress. Experimental Physiology.  89 (4): 465-471.
  37. Konstantaki M, Winter EM and Swaine IL (2004) Peak oxygen uptake responses to free and simulated swimming using different body segments. Journal of Swimming Research16, 18-24.
  38. Perkins GM, Swaine IL, Owen A and Wiles JD. (2006) Relationships between pulse wave velocity and heart rate variability in middle-aged and older men. European Journal of Applied Physiology. 98: 516-523.
  39. Ford P, Bailey RP., Coleman DA., Woolf-May K., Swaine I.L. (2007) Activity levels, dietary energy intake, and body composition children who walk to school. Paediatric Exercise Science 19: 393-407.
  40. Wiles JD, Allum SR, Coleman DA and IL Swaine (2007) Relationship between heart rate, blood pressure and exercise intensity during an incremental isometric exercise test. Journal of Sports Sciences 26(2): 155-162.
  41. Coleman DA., Wiles JD., Davison RCR., Smith MF., Swaine I.L. (2007) Power output measurement during treadmill cycling. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 28: 525-529.
  42. Konstantaki M., Swaine IL and Winter EM. (2008) Effectiveness of arms-only swimming training on swimming performance, movement economy and aerobic power. International Journal of Sport Physiol and Perform 3(3): 294-304.
  43. 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. Br J Sports Med; 43: 136–141.
  44. Wiles JD, Coleman DA, Swaine IL (2010) Effects of performing isometric training at two intensities in healthy young males. Eur J Appl Physiol. 3: 419-428.
  45. Devereux G, Wiles JD, Swaine IL. (2010) Reductions in resting blood pressure after 4 weeks of isometric exercise training.  Eur J Appl Phys; 109(4) 601-606.
  46. Swaine et al. (2010) Reproducibility of Limb power output and cardiopulmonary responses to exercise using a novel swimming training machine. (Int J Sports Med – In press).
  47. Devereux et al. (2010) Markers of isometric training intensity and their relationship with training-induced reductions in resting blood pressure (J Sports Sci – in press).
  48. Baross et al (2010) Effects of double-leg isometric exercise training in older men. (Age and Ageing – In review).
  49. Owen A, Wiles JD and Swaine IL (2010) Isometric Exercise and resting blood pressure: A meta-analysis. J Hum Hypertension. 12: 796-800.
  50. Ford P and Swaine IL. (2010) Energy expenditure, derived substrate metabolism and effort rating for brisk walking in a continuous bout versus accumulated shorter bouts in 8-11 year old children. (Ped Ex Sci – in press).
  51. 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.
  52. Zamparo and Swaine (2012) Mechanical and propelling efficiency in swimming derived from exercise using a laboratory-based whole-body swimming ergometer (Journal of Applied Physiology – In press).
  53. Ford P and Swaine IL (2011) Continuous versus accumulated brisk walking in 8-11 year old children. European Journal of Sport Science, 2012: xx.
  54. Baross et al. (2012) Effects of Isometric Exercise Training on Femoral and Brachial Artery Dimensions and Blood Flow Velocity in Middle-aged Men (Int J Vascular Med – In press).