Research Output per year
Current PhD project evaluating the effects of Whole Body Cryotherapy treatment for sport and exercise recovery. Particular study focuses include effect on damage and recovery post downhill run, influence of age and body fat content, influence of treatment timings, comparisons with cold water immersion, effect on sleep and impact of repetitive treatments on training adaptations.
Generally interested in a variety of sports science topics with emphasis on exercise physiology, including exercise-induced muscle damage, thermoregulation and response to extreme environments, as well as recovery methods post exercise.
Master, Bangor University
Sep 2012 → Oct 2013
Award Date: 15 Oct 2013
Bachelor, Cardiff University
Sep 2008 → Jul 2011
Award Date: 15 Jul 2011
D1.S4.5(4). The effects of age and body fat content on post downhill run recovery following whole body CryotherapyHaq, A., Ribbans, B. & Baross, A., 8 Nov 2019.
Research output: Contribution to Conference › Abstract
Enhancing the Physiology and Effectiveness of Whole-Body Cryotherapy Treatment for Sports Recovery by Establishing an Optimum Protocol: A Review of Recent PerspectivesHaq, A., Baross, A. & Ribbans, B., 28 Nov 2018, In : Journal of Physical Medicine. 1, 1, p. 41-52 12 p.
Research output: Contribution to Journal › Article