Matt Wood

Lecturer, Sport and Exercise Science, Human Potential Clinic Manager

Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext. 7848

Email: mwood@aut.ac.nz

Physical Address:

AUT Millennium
Level SA232
17 Antares Place
Rosedale
Auckland 0632
New Zealand

 



Postal Address:
School of Sport and Recreation P1
AUT University
Private Bage 92006
Auckland 1142
New Zealand

Qualifications:

MHSc (Exercise Science and Rehabilitation), BSR (Exercise Science), Dip S&R Mngt

Teaching Areas:

Exercise Science
Athletic Conditioning
Exercise Assessment and Prescription
Exercise Foundations

Research Areas:

Optimising exercise prescription to improve health outcomes in people living with chronic disease.

Enhancing athletic performance

Current Research Projects:

ACCERT: Auckland's Cancer Cachexia Evaluating Resistance Training Study

Publications:

Kilding A.E., Wood M., Sequeira G., Bonetti D.L. (2012) Effect of hyperoxic-supplemented interval training on endurance performance in trained cyclists. International Journal of Sports Medicine. 33(5):359-63.

Beaven M.C., Hopkins W.G., Hansen K.T., Wood M.R., Cronin J.B., Lowe T.E. (2008). Dose effect of caffeine on testosterone and cortisol responses to resistance exercise. International Journal of Sport Nutrition & Exercise Metabolism. 18(2): 131-141.

Hamlin M.J., Hinckson E.A., Wood M.R., Hopkins W.G. (2008). Simulated rugby performance at 1550-m altitude following adaptation to intermittent normobaric hypoxia. Journal of Science & Medicine in Sport. Nov 11 (6):593-599.

Hinckson E.A., Hamlin M.J., Wood M.R., Hopkins WG. (2007). Game performance and intermittent hypoxic training. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 41 (8): 537-539.

Wood M.R., Hamlin M.J., Hinckson E.A., Hopkins W.G. (2006). Physical performance after adaptation to different protocols of intermittent hypoxia. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 38 (5):S525

Hamlin M.J., Hinckson E.A., Wood M.R., Hopkins W.G. (2006). Effect of intermittent normobaric hypoxic exposure at rest on rugby players' performance at 1650 m. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 38 (5):S525

Hinckson E.A., Hamlin M.J., Hopkins W.G., Wood M.R. (2006). Effect of intermittent normobaric hypoxic exposure on sea-level performance in rugby players. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 38 (5):S77

Wood M.R., Hopkins W.G., Dowson M.N. (2006). Running performance after adaptation to acutely intermittent hypoxia. European Journal of Sport Science. 6 (3), 163-172.

Wood M.R., Croft J., Kilding A.E., Cronin J.B. and Hopkins W.G. (2009). Training benefits of ten weeks of the BODYBALANCETM program. Report for Les Mills International. May 2009, 55 pages. Sports Performance Research Institute New Zealand, Auckland University of Technology: Auckland.

Wood M.R., Croft J., Kilding A.E., Cronin J.B. and Hopkins W.G. (2009). Training benefits of ten weeks of the BODYVIVETM program. Report for Les Mills International. May 2009, 56 pages. Sports Performance Research Institute New Zealand, Auckland University of Technology: Auckland.

Kiding A.E., Croft J., Tunstall H., Wood M.R. (2007). A Review of the Physical and Medical Demands of Correction Officers in NZ. Independent Report for: Department of Corrections. September 2007. 97 pages. Sports Performance Research Institute New Zealand, Auckland University of Technology: Auckland.

Wood M.R. & Cronin J.B., Hopkins W.G. 2005. NZ Police Special Tactical Group Physical Assessment Battery: Issues and Recommendations. Confidential Report. Sports Performance Research Institute New Zealand, Auckland University of Technology: Auckland.

Wood M.R. & Cronin J.B. 2004. NZ Police Special Tactical Group Physical Assessment Battery: Issues, Controversies and Challenges. Confidential Report. Sports Performance Research Institute New Zealand, Auckland University of Technology: Auckland.