Attend the BASES 2023 Student Conference at Anglia Ruskin University

Ticket sales for the BASES 2023 Student Conference at Anglia Ruskin University will go live on 14 November 2022. Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge campus) is hosting the 2023 BASES Student Conference on 24 and 25 April 2023. Ticket sales will be going live on Monday 14 November 2022. A link to purchase your ticket can be found here on Monday […]

Want to contribute to the next issue of The Sport and Exercise Scientist

Have you engaged with an article in the recent issue of The Sport and Exercise Scientist? Have your say by writing a ‘Letter of the issue’, be published in The Sport and Exercise Scientist (Spring 2023) and receive a £25 discount off BASES membership renewal. To be eligible to win the prize: Letters may be edited or shortened for reasons […]

BASES News: 14th November 2022

BASES is extremely sad to learn of the passing of Prof Louis Passfield FBASES. Colleagues will remember Louis as a lovely individual who made a significant contribution to sport and exercise sciences, not only in research, but as an applied scientist, mentor and all-round font of knowledge.  Louis was made a Fellow of BASES in […]

ESSA releases new COVID-19 guidelines for clinical care

Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) has launched new treatment guidelines for people who are recovering after COVID, called ‘Safe Exercise Across the Clinical Course of COVID-19’. The guidelines have been designed from the practitioner’s perspective, to provide exercise physiologist guidance regarding the treatment of people who have contracted COVID-19, and the practicum environment where supervisors oversee […]

Evidence Based Management of OA: GLA:D™ Virtual Certification Courses 2021

GLA:D™ Canada is an 8-week education and exercise program for individuals with knee and/or hip osteoarthritis or symptoms of osteoarthritis. The program was developed in Denmark, where it has shown to reduce the progression of pain symptoms by 27%, reduce use of painkillers, time off sick leave, and improve physical activity levels at 1-year post […]

Australian Combat & Exercise: Technical Lifting Course

Designed for the new and experienced, Technical Lifting was developed to address a gap in the provision of fitness and strength and conditioning courses. It focuses purely on the technical aspects of the squat, bench press and deadlift as well as shoulder and upper-back exercises. With up to 12 months to complete the course (you’ll […]

COPD Management for Exercise Professionals

Learn how to help individuals to live better with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). This course targets exercise professionals who want to gain expertise in an exercise-based approach to managing COPD.

BASES Webinar – Building strong foundations in youth through resistance training: time to focus on the forgotten guidelines?

Resistance training is predominantly viewed as an activity for youth who are involved in sport. In a growing area of research and applied practice, countless benefits of resistance training are emphasised and the mythology is constantly challenged. Substantial supporting research regarding the health benefits alongside the UK physical activity guidelines recommending muscle and bone strengthening […]

ACSM Publishes New Recommendations on Type 2 Diabetes and Exercise

(Indianapolis)- Diabetes is a chronic disease that affects more than 463 million people worldwide, and type 2 diabetes accounts for 90-95% of all cases. Research in exercise science confirms that physical activity can help prevent type 2 diabetes, as well as help patients manage its effects. To assist consumers and exercise professionals in fighting type […]