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Dr Harris' research activities are centred on the assessment and improvement of metabolic health through exercise, with an emphasis on resistance training and high intensity intermittent exercise. The additive effects of such exercise with a nutritional approach emphasising whole food that is nutrient dense, low in refined carbohydrate, and high in healthy fats and protein is an additional area of research interest.
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Harris, N., Dulson, D., Logan, G., Warbrick, I., Merien, F., & Lubans, D. (2016). Acute responses to resistance and high intensity interval training in adolescents. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.
Harris, N., Woulfe, C. J., Wood, M., Dulson, D., Gluchowski, A., & Keogh, J. (2016). The acute physiological responses to strongman training compared to traditional strength training. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 30(5), 1397-1408.
Logan, G. R. M., & Harris, N. (2016). Response. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 48(10), 2072.
Logan, G., Harris, N., Duncan, S., Hinckson, E., & Schofield, G. (2016). Exploring the relationship between adolescent physical activity and anthropometric parameters. Sport Sciences for Health, 1-4.
Logan, G. R. M., Duncan, S., Harris, N., Hinckson, E. A., & Schofield, G. (2016). Adolescent physical activity levels: Discrepancies with accelerometer data analysis. Journal of Sports Sciences, 1-7.
Logan, G. R. M., Harris, N., Duncan, S., Plank, L. D., Merien, F., & Schofield, G. (2016). Low-active male adolescents: A dose response to high-intensity interval training. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 48(3), 481-490.
Logan, G. R., Harris, N., Duncan, S., & Schofield, G. (2014). A review of adolescent high-intensity interval training. Sports Medicine, 44(8), 1071-1085. doi:10.1007/s40279-014-0187-5
Wood, M., & Harris, N. (2015). How I treat: Healthy living. NZ Journal of Sports Medicine, 42(2), 80-81.
Gluchowski, A., Harris, N., Dulson, D., & Cronin, J. (2015). Chronic eccentric exercise and the older adult. Sports Medicine, 45(10), 1413-1430.
Woulfe, C., Harris, N., Keogh, J., & Wood, M. (2014). The physiology of strongman training. Strength and Conditioning Journal, 36(6), 84-95.
Bowerman, EA., Whatman, C., Harris, N. K., & Bradshaw, E. (2015). A review of the risk factors for lower extremity overuse injuries in young elite female ballet dancers. Journal of Dance Medicine and Science, 19(2), 51-56.
Bowerman, E., Whatman, C. S., Harris, N., & Bradshaw, E. (2014). Reliability of 2D lower extremity alignment measures in elite adolescent ballet dancers. New Zealand Journal of Sports Medicine, 40(2), 70-73.
Bowerman, E., Whatman, C., Harris, N., Bradshaw, E., & Karin, J. (2014). Are maturation, growth and lower extremity alignment associated with overuse injury in elite adolescent ballet dancers?. Phys Ther Sport, 15(4), 234-241.
Harris, N. K., Dalleck, L., Wood, M., & Gacsal, S. (2015). The New Zealand Register of Exercise Professionals (NZ REPs). New Zealand Medical Journal, 128(1413), 77-78.
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