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Saul Cuttell

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  • Senior Lecturer in Sports & Exercise Science, Science
20172017
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Personal profile

Research Interests

Broad research interests

  • Practical cooling methods used to enhance exercise capacity and performance in heat stressed environments.
  • Anthropometric factors that influence how the body cools and rewarms in extreme environments.

Teaching Interests

Module Tutor

  • SPO1008 Anatomy and Human Movement
  • SPO1003 Physiological Function and Response
  • SPO1012 Introduction to Fitness Training Methods
  • SPO3025 Introduction to Strength & Conditioning

Biography

Saul Cuttell was appointed as Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Northampton in December 2015. Saul achieved his Bachelors (Hons) degree in Sport Studies from Bedfordshire University and completed his master’s degree in Sport and Exercise Physiology from Roehampton University. Saul’s research focuses on mainly environmental physiology and thermal influences on exercise / performance. More recently Saul’s research has been centred on Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC) and anthropometric factors that influence skin and core cooling. Saul has developed a research profile and has published in a number of peer reviewed international journals. Saul welcomes any enquiries with regards to research collaborations.

Education/Academic qualification

Master, Roehampton University

Bachelor, University of Bedfordshire

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Cryotherapy Medicine & Life Sciences
Skin Temperature Medicine & Life Sciences
cryosurgery Agriculture & Biology
Sex Characteristics Medicine & Life Sciences
Hot Temperature Medicine & Life Sciences
Torso Medicine & Life Sciences
Body Composition Medicine & Life Sciences
Skin Medicine & Life Sciences

Research Output 2017 2017

Individualising the exposure of −110°C whole body cryotherapy: the effects of sex and body composition

Cuttell, S., Hammond, L., Langdon, D. & Costello, J., 27 Jan 2017, In : Journal of Thermal Biology. 65

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Open Access
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Cryotherapy
Body Composition
Skin Temperature
Thigh
Sex Characteristics