Stephen Mears
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Chronic ingestion of a low dose of caffeine induces tolerance to the performance benefits of caffeine
R Beaumont, P Cordery, M Funnell, S Mears, L James, P Watson
Journal of sports sciences 35 (19), 1920-1927, 2017
Mild hypohydration increases the frequency of driver errors during a prolonged, monotonous driving task
P Watson, A Whale, SA Mears, LA Reyner, RJ Maughan
Physiology & behavior 147, 313-318, 2015
Hypohydration impairs endurance performance: a blinded study
LJ James, J Moss, J Henry, C Papadopoulou, SA Mears
Physiological reports 5 (12), e13315, 2017
Does hypohydration really impair endurance performance? Methodological considerations for interpreting hydration research
LJ James, MP Funnell, RM James, SA Mears
Sports Medicine 49, 103-114, 2019
The effect of 1, 3-butanediol and carbohydrate supplementation on running performance
BE Scott, PB Laursen, LJ James, B Boxer, Z Chandler, E Lam, ...
Journal of science and medicine in sport 22 (6), 702-706, 2019
Blinded and unblinded hypohydration similarly impair cycling time trial performance in the heat in trained cyclists
MP Funnell, SA Mears, K Bergin-Taylor, LJ James
Journal of Applied Physiology, 2019
Perception of breakfast ingestion enhances high-intensity cycling performance
SA Mears, K Dickinson, K Bergin-Taylor, R Dee, J Kay, LJ James
International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance 13 (4), 504-509, 2018
Electrolyte supplementation during severe energy restriction increases exercise capacity in the heat
LJ James, SA Mears, SM Shirreffs
European Journal of Applied Physiology 115, 2621-2629, 2015
Viscous placebo and carbohydrate breakfasts similarly decrease appetite and increase resistance exercise performance compared with a control breakfast in trained males
MN Naharudin, J Adams, H Richardson, T Thomson, C Oxinou, ...
British Journal of Nutrition 124 (2), 232-240, 2020
Thirst responses following high intensity intermittent exercise when access to ad libitum water intake was permitted, not permitted or delayed
SA Mears, P Watson, SM Shirreffs
Physiology & Behavior 157, 47-54, 2016
The effects of high-intensity intermittent exercise compared with continuous exercise on voluntary water ingestion
SA Mears, SM Shirreffs
International journal of sport nutrition and exercise metabolism 23 (5), 488-497, 2013
Effects of exercise on acute kidney injury biomarkers and the potential influence of fluid intake
LA Juett, LJ James, SA Mears
Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism 76 (Suppl. 1), 53-59, 2021
IIRM medical care manual
S Mears, P Watson
Norfolk: International Institute for Race Medicine, 2015
Serum sodium changes in marathon participants who use NSAIDs
S Whatmough, S Mears, C Kipps
BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine 4 (1), e000364, 2018
The impacts of sport emissions on climate: Measurement, mitigation, and making a difference
RL Wilby, M Orr, D Depledge, R Giulianotti, G Havenith, JA Kenyon, ...
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1519 (1), 20-33, 2023
Assessing hydration status and reported beverage intake in the workplace
SA Mears, SM Shirreffs
American journal of lifestyle medicine 9 (2), 157-168, 2015
Ecologically valid carbohydrate intake during soccer-specific exercise does not affect running performance in a fed state
MP Funnell, NR Dykes, EJ Owen, SA Mears, I Rollo, LJ James
Nutrients 9 (1), 39, 2017
Voluntary water intake during and following moderate exercise in the cold
SA Mears, SM Shirreffs
International journal of sport nutrition and exercise metabolism 24 (1), 47-58, 2014
Sports drink intake pattern affects exogenous carbohydrate oxidation during running
S Mears, B Boxer, D Sheldon, H Wardley, CA Tarnowski, L James, ...
Loughborough University, 2020
Competency, Capability and Professional Identity: The Case for Advanced Practice.
LC Fergusson, A Brömdal, M Gough, S Mears
Work Based Learning e-Journal International 9 (1), 95-131, 2020
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