Sorry, you cannot view this page.

Please make sure you are logged in and subscribed to this content.
To find out more please visit Get Back To Sport Masterclasses.

Topic: populations
The Female Athlete / Patient
Females are not small men. Historically performance- and conditioning-based research has predominately derived data from experimental research using male populations. This is due in part for ease; females have a menstrual cycle. The associated fluctuations in hormones make it more difficult and time consuming to standardise measurement conditions. However, precisely because of the physiologic sex-differences it may not be appropriate to blanket extrapolate findings from male to female populations. We need to better understand the female athlete and patient.
Here are your videos.
Check the resources section for the documents and worksheets.
Dr.Kirsty Elliot-Sale
Download audio for Dr Kirsty Elliott-Sale
Here are your videos.
Check the resources section for the documents and worksheets.
Dr.Kirsty Elliot-Sale
Download audio for Dr Kirsty Elliott-Sale

Complete the quiz after you’ve finished the Masterclass to get your certificate.

Masterclass Quiz

This masterclass was brought to you by
Ass Prof Kirsty Elliott-Sale

If you wish to contact the tutor please reach out via

@ElliottSale or @fairaclproject