BSc. MSc. PGCE. FHEA.
Current BASES Supervised Experience Students:
UCLan (Myerscough College) FDA Football Coaching
EL. Bostock, CM. Pheasey, CI. Morse, K. Winwood, GL. Onambélé-Pearson (2013). Effects of Essential Amino Acid Supplementation on Muscular Adaptations to 3 Weeks of Combined Unilateral Glenohumeral & Radiohumeral Joints Immobilisation. Journal of Athletic Enhancement. 02(2),
CGM. Pheasey, F. Houston (2012). The Effect Of high and low intensity Half Time Re-warm-up Strategies On Second Half Sprint Performance In Soccer. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 44(S4), pp.114-114.
CGM. Smith, AM. Jones (2001). The relationship between critical velocity, maximal lactate steady-state velocity and lactate turnpoint velocity in runners. European Journal of Applied Physiology. 85(1-2), pp.19-26.
A. Harris, S. Pinner, G. Pheasey, C. Pheasey (2016). Investigating the physiological responses to the use of hiking poles during ultra-marathon trail running. Nottingham University, 29/11/2016.
CGM. Pheasey, S. Pinner, J. Newton (2015). Planning the training zones for junior international orienteers: a sport science-coaching partnership. MMU Cheshire, 9/9/2015.
C. Pheasey, D. Pledge, JF. Grosset, GL. Onambele-Pearson (2010). Determination of any impact of Time-of-Day on the Inflammatory Response to Acute Exercise. Antalya, Turkey.,
C. Pheasey, M. Halliwell, JF. Grosset, GL. Onambele-Pearson (2010). Time-of-Day influences the acute IGFBP-3 response to resistance exercise. Antalya, Turkey,
L. Hayes, CGM. Pheasey The effect on hydration of consuming hypotonic, isotonic and water beverages during an 18-hole round of golf. Hull, UK, 1/4/2009.
D. Sims, CGM. Pheasey (2009). The use of facemask or mouthpience-nose clip fixtures for the assessment of VO2 max: an examination of limits of agreement. Hull, UK, 1/4/2009.
J. Baxter, CGM. Pheasey (2009). Effects of protein inclusion in carbohydrate drinks when consumed 50 minutes prior to a cycle to exhaustion. Hull, UK, 1/4/2009.
K. Bennett, A. Moss, CGM. Pheasey The effect of a crash training protocol on maximal oxygen uptake and lactate threshold in middle distance runners. Hull, UK, 31/3/2009.
F. Houston, CGM. Pheasey (2018). The effect of high and low intensity half-time re-warm-up strategies on second half sprint performance in soccer. Bedfordshire, UK, 1/1/2008.
CGM. Pheasey, AD. Jones (2001). The Relationship between Maximal Lactate Steady State Velocity, Critical Velocity, and the Velocity at the Lactate Turn-point. In: European Journal of Applied Physiology. Jyvaskylia, Finland, 19/7/2000. pp.19-26.
CGM. Pheasey, A. Donnelly, J. Brewer, J. Davies (1994). An investigation of the Specific Aspects of Fitness in Professional and Amateur Footballers. In: Journal of Sports Sciences. Didsbury, Manchester, pp.165-166.
CGM. Pheasey, L. Booth (2000). The impact of a regional sport science and medicine support project: the final report. Sport England (NW), Sport England (NW).
Bostock E.L., Pheasey C., Morse C., Winwood K. and Onambélé-Pearson G.L. (2013) Effects of essential amino acid supplementation on muscular adaptations to 3 weeks of combined unilateral glenohumeral & radiohumeral joints immobilisation. Journal of Athletic Enhancement, 2:3 http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2324-9080.1000116
Pheasey, C. (2005) Sport Science and Medicine Support for British Paralympic Swimmers. SportEX Medicine, (25), 6-8.
Smith, C. and Jones, A. (2001 )The Relationship between Maximal Lactate Steady State Velocity, Critical Velocity, and the Velocity at the Lactate Turn-point. European Journal of Applied Physiology, (85), 19-26.
Smith, C., Donnelly, A., Brewer, J., Davies, J. (1994) An investigation of the Specific Aspects of Fitness in Professional and Amateur Footballers. Journal of Sport Sciences, 2, (12), 165-166.
BASES Accreditied Physiologist since 2000