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Alan Batterham
Professor of Exercise Science in the School of Health and Social Care at Teesside University.
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Alan Batterham Apr 9
Replying to @learnfromerror
Terence Trent D'Arby: "How can I compensate for my indiscretions, Dear, tell me it's not too late, that I'd love to hear, 'Cause if you walk out on me, you will see a grown man cry, I didn’t miss my water, ‘til my well ran dry. But if you let me stay...".
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Alan Batterham Apr 9
Fantastic - brilliant last time. UTB!
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Alan Batterham Apr 5
Replying to @learnfromerror
Just in the spirit of entering the competition, how about :-)
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Alan Batterham Apr 5
Replying to @JulieEBayley
Incredibly useful, and a catalyst for action/ change - thanks again, Julie.
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Alan Batterham Apr 5
Excellent session this morning on embedding impact across the institution, led by the peerless Plenty of food for thought and much exciting work to be done.
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Alan Batterham Apr 4
Congrats, Ryan.
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Alan Batterham Apr 2
Well done, Soph
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Alan Batterham Apr 2
Egg decorating project at my daughter’s school - Bercow is my favourite
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Alan Batterham Mar 29
Wow, what a talent is. And you, Rob, obviously - a stellar career. Glad it’s going so well for you down there.
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Alan Batterham Mar 28
Replying to @DurhamLanePri
Fantastic - have a great day 😍
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Alan Batterham Mar 27
Replying to @DurhamLanePri
Thanks for the update - very much appreciated. Have a great time everyone.
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Greg Atkinson Mar 24
Replying to @GregTees
The PhD programme will focus on the topic of training loads and injuries in Professional Football
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Alan Batterham Mar 22
Congratulations - very well deserved!
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Greg Atkinson Mar 19
Nice to get this submitted today. Many thanks to & for their fantastic work on this project. Exercise training response heterogeneity may or may not end up being important for public health and clinical practice. But let’s know what we’re counting first.
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Alan Batterham Mar 12
Replying to @RFMacDonald
I bet you enjoyed that 👍
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Alan Batterham Mar 12
Replying to @RFMacDonald
🤣 7-0 Rob - you took it easy on them!
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Alan Batterham Mar 8
Awesome - I shall show that to my daughter.
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Alan Batterham Mar 7
Replying to @dr_ross1976
No fundamental disagreement with methods as he didn’t read the paper. Findings totally misinterpreted/ misrepresented, and our conclusions massaged to enable him to say that we’d over-egged the pudding. And the standard ‘offer’ to transfer paper to cash-cow sister journal 😱
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Alan Batterham Mar 7
Replying to @GregTees
Brilliant, Greg 😀
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Steve Atkins Mar 7
Replying to @Alan_Batterham
That's amazing. Is sub 40 minutes now the 'Breaking 2' of peer review?
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