ECU Exercise and Sports Science students were recently guests of the West Coast Eagles at Domain Stadium in Subiaco.
Why does eating a big meal sometimes make you tired? Dr Angus Stewart investigates.
It’s normal to experience muscle pain after exercising if it’s been a while since you were active or performed a certain movement, ECU's Professor Ken Nosaka looks at the facts.
Students from Belridge Senior High School’s Year 11 Physical Education Studies course recently participated in an exercise physiology laboratory run through the School of Exercise and Health Sciences Human Performance Centre.
ECU’s Human Performance Centre is presenting two valuable Physical Education Studies revision workshops to help Year 12 students prepare for the upcoming WACE exams.
Dr Greg Haff explains how athletes get away with doping and what sporting authorities can do to try to stop them.
Dr Haff was named the 14th president of the National Strength and Conditioning Association, the first international president appointment for the organisation.
To win the Tour de France a competitor has to be a rare breed indeed ECU researchers Chris Abbiss and Paolo Menaspà take a look at what's required.
Getting sore after exercise might not be a bad thing after all.
Muscle stretching can make us briefly weaker, but don’t blame the muscle.
Dr Janet Taylor will present her latest neurophysiology-based research at a special presentation on Friday, 13 February 2015 at 2pm at ECU's Joondalup Campus.
Play hard, but study even harder was the message West Coast Eagles legend John Worsfold delivered when he spoke to 300 high school students recently.
Edith Cowan University’s Greg Haff was elected President of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) at their annual conference in Las Vegas.
Even before going down 3-1 against Chile, Australia was given little chance of progressing out of what is being called the “group of death” in the Brazil World Cup.