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Dr Katharine Reed

Lecturer
School of Sport, Rehabilitation and Exercise Sciences
Dr Katharine Reed
  • Email

  • Telephone

    +44 (0) 1206 873326

  • Location

    ESA.3.11, Colchester Campus

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • Professional Skills and Development 1 (SE101)

  • Principles of Nutrition and Metabolism (SE103)

  • Introduction to Sports and Exercise Science (SE106)

  • Professional Skills and Development 2 (SE201)

  • Metabolism in Exercise (SE202)

  • Research Project and Skills in Sports Science (SE309)

  • Research Project (SE740)

Publications

Journal articles (10)

Schoenmakers, PPJ. and Reed, KE., (2019). The Effects of Recovery Duration on Physiological and Perceptual Responses of Trained Runners during four Self-Paced HIIT Sessions. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 22 (4), 462-466

Schoenmakers, P., Hettinga, F. and Reed, K., (2019). The Moderating Role of Recovery Durations in High-Intensity Interval-Training Protocols. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. 14 (6), 859-867

Reed, K. and Porter, M., (2019). The effects of Hyperoxia on Repeated Sprint Cycle Performance and Muscle Fatigue. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport

Messina, M., Lynch, H., Dickinson, J. and Reed, KE., (2018). No Difference Between the Effects of Supplementing With Soy Protein Versus Animal Protein on Gains in Muscle Mass and Strength in Response to Resistance Exercise. International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism. 28 (6), 674-685

Schoenmakers, P. and Reed, KE., (2018). The physiological and perceptual demands of running on a curved non-motorised treadmill: Implications for self-paced training. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 21 (12), 1293-1297

Chaikhot, D., Reed, K., Petroongrad, W., Athanasiou, F., van Kooten, D. and Hettinga, FJ., (2018). Effects of an Upper-Body Training Program Involving Resistance Exercise and High-Intensity Arm Cranking on Peak Handcycling Performance and Wheelchair Propulsion Efficiency in Able-Bodied Men. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 1-1

Reed, KE., White, AL., Logothetis, S., McManus, CJ. and Sandercock, G., (2017). The effects of lower-body compression garments on walking performance and perceived exertion in adults with CVD risk factors. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 20 (4), 386-390

Reed, KE., Parry, DA. and Sandercock, GRH., (2017). Maturational and social factors contributing to relative age effects in school sports: Data from the London Youth Games. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports. 27 (12), 2070-2079

Schoenmakers, P., Reed, KE., van der Woude, L. and Hettinga, FJ., (2016). High intensity interval training in handcycling: The effects of a 7 week training intervention in able-bodied men. Frontiers in Physiology. 7 (638), 638-

Reed, KE., Wood, C., Pretty, JN., Cohen, D., Barton, JL. and Sandercock, G., (2013). A Repeated Measures Experiment of Green Exercise to Improve Self-Esteem in UK School Children.. PLoS ONE. 8 (7)

Book chapters (1)

Reed, KE., (2017). Environmental awareness and concern of the "carbon cost" of activities and food choice in male university gym users, with particular reference to protein consumption.. In: Sustainable Development Research at Universities in the United Kingdom. Editors: Leal Filho, W., . Springer. 147- 157. 978-3-319-47882-1

Contact

reedk@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 873326

Location:

ESA.3.11, Colchester Campus