Sport, Exercise and Health research submissions


Our Master of Applied Science students specialise in Performance Analysis, Physical Conditioning, or Exercise and Health.  

Master of Applied Science theses

 Student name

Title of thesis

Date of award

Ellis, Brianna

Athletes’ perceptions of performance

2022-02-24

Hogue, Laura

Exercise classes for falls prevention: Older men’s participation and perspectives

2022-02-10

Kelly, Lauren

Developing a protocol for an online exercise program for
cerebral palsy clients using 'Physitrack'

2021-11-19

Matapo-Kolisko, Martine

Experiences of physical activity and exercise in cancer
patients and survivors using Te Whare Tapa Whā

2021-09-27

Armfield, Mackenzie

Exploring barriers and motivators to exercise for people with pre-diabetes and Type 2 diabetes

2021-08-13

Purdon, Lily

Inter-rater reliability using a modified Balance Error Scoring System

2021-08-13

Spenceley, Kate

Exploring their dark side or death before DNF: Ultra-athletes' motivation to compete in and complete ultra-distance races

2021-06-14

Armstrong, Andrew Clarifying the role of the strength and conditioning coach in athlete rehabilitation 2021-03-31
Abernethy, Bryce Performance benefit of DYNO machine v compound resistance training for semi-professional rowers 2020-09-23

Al-Attar, Jay

Training load and its progression from an amateur to semi-professional environment in rugby union

2020-09-23

Persico, Ricci The effect of Fast Eccentric Squats on measures of strength, power and speed 2020-09-08

Dickey, Leaha

Working conditions of performance analysts in Oceania

2020-01-31
Jones, Bennett Working conditions of strength and conditioning coaches in New Zealand and the Pacific Islands  2020-01-31

Moffatt, Stuart

Factors influencing player engagement with performance analysis in a New Zealand national league football club

2020-01-31

Blakely, Caitlin Athlete, coach and staff perceptions of critical moments in elite New Zealand women's field hockey games

2019-11-27

Higgins, Anna

An investigation into the use of video and performance analysis systems and design in Cycling New Zealand and the team pursuit discipline

2019-11-27

 

Waugh, David

Musculoskeletal pain among New Zealand-based veterinarians: How the physical performance of veterinary work and mental wellbeing influence this experience

2019-11-23

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