Bernardo Norte

Sport and Exercise Sciences

PhD candidate in Exercise Metabolism and Nutrition at Liverpool John Moores University, researching the magnitude of deterioration in physiological profiling variables (i.e., 'durability') during prolonged endurance exercise, with a key focus on cycling performance. Variables of interest include the mechanistic underpinnings of biological sex, training status and carbohydrate feeding on endurance athlete durability.

Degrees

2022, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, MSc Exercise Physiology
2021, Southampton Solent University, United Kingdom, BSc (Hons) Applied Sport Science

Certifications

Portuguese Institute of Sport and Youth, Portugal, Level III Cycling Coach
Spanish Cycling Federation (RFEC), Spain, Level III Cycling Coach
The Football Association, United Kingdom, Level I Award in Coaching Football

preprint

Norte B, Steele J, Wright J. 2023. Physiological and Performance Adaptations to Interval Training in Endurance-Trained Cyclists Society for Transparency, Openness, and Replication in Kinesiology DOI Publisher Url

Journal article

Norte B, Steele J, Wright J. Physiological and Performance Adaptations to Interval Training in Endurance-Trained Cyclists: An Exploratory Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis International Journal of Strength and Conditioning, 4 DOI Publisher Url

Award:

Dr Vaughan Lancaster-Thomas Award - Highest overall degree mark across all MSc programmes in the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences at LJMU., Liverpool John Moores University. 2022

Ede & Ravenscroft Prize - Highest degree mark in BSc (Hons) Applied Sport Science, Solent University. 2021

Conference presentation:

Physiological and Performance Adaptations to High-Intensity Interval Training in Trained Cyclists: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis, BASES Student Conference, Online (UK), Oral presentation. 2021

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