People

Dr James Pethick

Lecturer
School of Sport, Rehabilitation and Exercise Sciences
Dr James Pethick

Research and professional activities

Research interests

Exercise physiology

Neuromuscular fatigue

Complexity

Fractal scaling

Electromyography

Publications

Journal articles (8)

Pethick, J., Winter, SL. and Burnley, M., (2020). Physiological Evidence that the Critical Torque Is a Phase Transition Not a Threshold. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 1-1

Pethick, J., Winter, SL. and Burnley, M., (2019). Fatigue reduces the complexity of knee extensor torque during fatiguing sustained isometric contractions. European Journal of Sport Science. 19 (10), 1349-1358

Pethick, J., Whiteaway, K., Winter, SL. and Burnley, M., (2019). Prolonged depression of knee-extensor torque complexity following eccentric exercise. Experimental Physiology. 104 (1), 100-111

Pethick, J., Winter, SL. and Burnley, M., (2019). Relationship between muscle metabolic rate and muscle torque complexity during fatiguing intermittent isometric contractions in humans. Physiological Reports. 7 (18)

Pethick, J., Winter, SL. and Burnley, M., (2018). Effects of ipsilateral and contralateral fatigue and muscle blood flow occlusion on the complexity of knee-extensor torque output in humans. Experimental Physiology. 103 (7), 956-967

PETHICK, J., WINTER, SL. and BURNLEY, M., (2018). Caffeine Ingestion Attenuates Fatigue-induced Loss of Muscle Torque Complexity. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 50 (2), 236-245

Pethick, J., Winter, SL. and Burnley, M., (2016). Loss of knee extensor torque complexity during fatiguing isometric muscle contractions occurs exclusively above the critical torque. American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 310 (11), R1144-R1153

Pethick, J., Winter, SL. and Burnley, M., (2015). Fatigue reduces the complexity of knee extensor torque fluctuations during maximal and submaximal intermittent isometric contractions in man. The Journal of Physiology. 593 (8), 2085-2096

Contact

jp20193@essex.ac.uk

Location:

Colchester Campus