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Research Study


Jessica Coulson a researcher at Manchester Metropolitan University is currently undergoing a research project looking at bone health in Master Athletes above the age of 60 years old.

For the study they require 300 master athletes aged 60 and over competing in sprints/middle or distance events. The study does not involve the athletes having to travel or change anything only to wear a small monitor known as an accelerometer for 7 consecutive days, not at night, and then they send it back in the free postage envelope which is provided.

Anyone interested should contact Jessica for further information either by telephone on

01612471207 or email at j.coulson@mmu.ac.uk

Benefits of Supplements to Master Athletes


Hello,
My name is Paul Astles I am a post graduate student at Leeds Metropolitan University, England. I am currently studying for an MSc in Sport and Exercise Psychology and I am planning on undertaking my thesis around Masters Athletes. Specifically, the aim of my research would be to investigate attitudes towards supplement use (for example, the research asks questions about what supplements are taken, perceived health or performance benefits of supplements and sources of advice regarding supplementation).
The data collection for this research is going to be an online questionnaire. The link to the questionnaire pack is beneath this text, simply click on it or copy and paste into your browser to go straight to the questionnaire pack and begin. It is important that you read the first page of the questionnaire pack as this will hopefully answer any questions that you have regarding the benefits of the research. There are contact details on that first page should you have any further questions regarding the questionnaires or the research.
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JN9QJFL
Thank you for your time
Paul Astles
PS from Tom…. You may find it’s best to copy and paste the link into your browser address bar NOT search bar.

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