R.C.Richard Davison
R.C.Richard Davison
Professor of Exercise Physiology, University of the West of Scotland
Verified email at uws.ac.uk
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Science and cycling: current knowledge and future directions for research
G Atkinson, R Davison, A Jeukendrup, L Passfield
Journal of sports sciences 21 (9), 767-787, 2003
Caffeine lowers perceptual response and increases power output during high-intensity cycling
M Doherty, PM Smith, MG Hughes, RCR Davison
Journal of sports sciences 22 (7), 637-643, 2004
Peak power predicts performance power during an outdoor 16.1-km cycling time trial
J Balmer, RR Davison, SR Bird
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 32 (8), 1485-1490, 2000
Sport and Exercise Physiology Testing Guidelines: Volume I–Sport Testing: The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences Guide
EM Winter, AM Jones, RCR Davison, PD Bromley, TH Mercer
Routledge, 2006
Reliability of mean power recorded during indoor and outdoor self-paced 40 km cycling time-trials
MF Smith, RCR Davison, J Balmer, SR Bird
International journal of sports medicine 22 (04), 270-274, 2001
Caffeine is ergogenic after supplementation of oral creatine monohydrate
M Doherty, PM Smith, RCR Davison, MG Hughes
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 34 (11), 1785-1792, 2002
The efficacy of accumulated short bouts versus single daily bouts of brisk walking in improving aerobic fitness and blood lipid profiles
K Woolf-May, EM Kearney, A Owen, DW Jones, RCR Davison, SR Bird
Health education research 14 (6), 803-815, 1999
Is walking sufficient exercise for health?
RCR Davison, S Grant
Sports Medicine 16 (6), 369-373, 1993
Performance characteristics of gas analysis systems: what we know and what we need to know
G Atkinson, RCR Davison, AM Nevill
International journal of sports medicine 26 (S 1), S2-S10, 2005
Ambulatory gas exchange measurements-current status and future options
T Meyer, RCR Davison, W Kindermann
International Journal of Sports Medicine 26 (S 1), S19-S27, 2005
The validity of power output recorded during exercise performance tests using a Kingcycle air-braked cycle ergometer when compared with an SRM powermeter
J Balmer, RCR Davison, DA Coleman, SR Bird
International journal of sports medicine 21 (03), 195-199, 2000
Physiological testing guidelines
S Bird, R Davison
British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences, 1997
The effect of two different 18-week walking programmes on aerobic fitness, selected blood lipids and factor XIIa
K Woolf-May, EM Kearney, DW Jones, RCR Davison, D Coleman, ...
Journal of Sports Sciences 16 (8), 701-710, 1998
Method of lactate elevation does not affect the determination of the lactate minimum
MF Smith, J Balmer, DA Coleman, SR Bird, RCR Davison
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 34 (11), 1744-1749, 2002
Assessment of blood lactate: practical evaluation of the Biosen 5030 lactate analyzer
RCR Davison, D Coleman, J Balmer, M Nunn, S Theakston, M Burrows, ...
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 32 (1), 243, 2000
Influence of temperature and protocol on the calibration of the Computrainer electromagnetically-braked cycling ergometer
RCR Davison, J Corbett, L Ansley
International SportMed Journal 10 (2), 66-76, 2009
Correlates of simulated hill climb cycling performance
RC Richard Davison, D Swan, D Coleman, S Bird
Journal of sports sciences 18 (2), 105-110, 2000
Effects of the rotor pedalling system on the performance of trained cyclists during incremental and constant-load cycle-ergometer tests
A Lucia, J Balmer, RCR Davison, M Perez, A Santalla, PM Smith
International journal of sports medicine 25 (07), 479-485, 2004
Physiological monitoring of the Olympic athlete
RCR Davison, KA Van Someren, AM Jones
Journal of Sports Sciences 27 (13), 1433-1442, 2009
Reliability of an air-braked ergometer to record peak power during a maximal cycling test
J Balmer, RCR Davison, SR Bird
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 32 (10), 1790-1793, 2000
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