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John Owen Osborne
Postdoctoral Fellow on the FENDURA project & Associate Professor (Exercise Physiology)
Postdoctoral Research Fellow for the The Female Endurance Athlete (FENDURA) project and Associate Professor at UiT - School of Sports Science. Researching the effects of the menstrual cycle and hormonal contraceptives on the performance of female endurance athletes.
Hanne Cesilie Staff, Guro Strøm Solli, John Owen Osborne, Øyvind Bucher Sandbakk :Long-Term Development of Training Characteristics and Performance-Determining Factors in Elite/International and World-Class Endurance Athletes: A scoping review
Sports Medicine 31. March 2023 DOI
John Owen Osborne, Geoffrey Minett, Ian Stewart, Stewart Trost, Christopher Drovandi, Joseph Costello et al.:Evidence that heat acclimation training may alter sleep and incidental activity
Erik P Andersson, Thomas Leonhard Stöggl, Philipp Bach, John Owen Osborne :The effect of exercise hyperpnea on gross efficiency and anaerobic capacity estimates during a 3-min cycle time trial
John Owen Osborne, Ian Stewart, David Borg, Kenneth Beagley, Robert Buhmann, Geoffrey Minett :Short-term heat acclimation preserves knee extensor torque but does not improve 20 km self-paced cycling performance in the heat
David Borg, John Owen Osborne, Sean Tweedy, Johanna Liljedahl, Carla Nooijen :Bicycling and Tricycling Road Race Performance in International Para-Cycling Events between 2011 and 2019
American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 2021 DOI
John Owen Osborne :FENDURA: The Female Endurance Athlete
John Owen Osborne, Madison Taylor, Boye Welde, Bente Morseth, Erik P Andersson, Ole Martin Fuskevåg et al.:The effect of serum hormone concentrations on double poling sprint and countermovement jump performance: The Female Endurance Athlete (FENDURA) project
John Owen Osborne :Overview of the FENDURA project and descriptive training of Norwegian female cross-country skiers and biathletes
John Owen Osborne :Current and future direction of FENDURA post-doctoral research.
John Owen Osborne :Gi idrettsutøverne nok mat: betydningen av tilstrekkelig næringsinntak når du trener
Øyvind Bucher Sandbakk, John Owen Osborne, Tina Pettersen Engseth :Kan kunnskap om mensen bidra til at flere kvinner lykkes i toppidretten?
13. December 2022
John Owen Osborne, Erik P Andersson, Tina Pettersen Engseth, Bente Morseth, Boye Welde, Øyvind Sandbakk et al.:Annual training characteristics of competitive Norwegian female cross-country skiers and biathletes: the FENDURA project
John Owen Osborne :FENDURA - purpose, objectives and outcomes (May 2022)
John Osborne, Ian Stewart, David Borg, Kenneth Beagley, Robert Buhmann, Geoffrey Minett :Short-term heat acclimation preserves knee extensor torque but does not improve 20 km self-paced cycling performance in the heat.
John Owen Osborne, Erik P Andersson :FENDURA - Postdoctoral Research Projects
Ellen Kathrine Bludd, Tina Pettersen Engseth, John Osborne, Boye Welde :Kan trening lagt opp etter menstruasjonssyklus gi bedre prestasjon?
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- Environmental exercise physiology;
- Female athletes and physiology;
- Influence of hormonal contraceptives on exercise performance;
- Neuromuscular performance and fatigue (central and peripheral);
- Sports nutrition and supplementation.
- IDR-1143: Sports Medicine and Sports Nutrition
- IDR-2350 Exercise Physiology and Training
- ERN-2008 Nutrition, Health and Disease (Eating disorders in sport)
- IDR-3901 Masters of Sport Science - thesis
- IDR-3914: Analysis of physical activity and sport performance
- IDR-3920 Scientific Theory, Statistics and Research Methods 2
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