If you missed the ISBS conference, you can still read all of the 4-page abstracts here
. If you’re interested in sport science then there should be something in there for everybody, and the length is ideal for a quick read that still contains sufficient detail. Some of my highlights are in this thread
Small Samples: This paper
presents a really useful discussion of the options when dealing with small samples in research. This is particularly prevalent in sports research, such as when investigating elite athletes or very specific populations. There are so many useful references and guides mentioned within there too, so I’ll probably be reading a few this month.
It is now a year since the final lecture of the Sports Biomechanics Lecture Series
. I recently re-watched the final lecture (below), by Walter Herzog on the topic of muscle mechanics. This in-depth presentation should be useful for students and experienced researchers alike. I certainly gained a lot from it, even on the second viewing. The rest of the lectures can be seen here
, so please do use them however you wish and feel free to share with students, etc.