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My name is Freya Bayne and I am a Research Fellow in the Sport and Exercise Science Department which sits within the School of Applied Sciences. My research interests are in Environmental Psychophysiology, specifically using heat alleviation strategies to minimize performance impairments and heat-related illnesses.

More recently I have moved to recovery strategies, specifically heat therapy (i.e. hot water immersion) to improve recovery speed after different severities of skeletal muscle injuries.

Research:

Bayne, F., Racinais, S., Mileva, K.N., Hunter, S. and Gaoua, N., 2022. The Type of Per-Cooling Strategies Currently Employed by Competitive and Professional Cyclists-Triathletes During Training and Competition Are Condition (Dry vs. Humid) Dependant. Frontiers in Sports and Active Living, 4.

Bayne, F., Racinais, S., Mileva, K., Hunter, S., and Gaoua, N., 2020. Less Is More—Cyclists-Triathlete’s 30 min Cycling Time-Trial Performance Is Impaired With Multiple Feedback Compared to a Single Feedback. Frontiers in Psychology, 11.

Moss, J.N., Bayne, F.M., Castelli, F., Naughton, M.R., Reeve, T.C., Trangmar, S.J., Mackenzie, R.W. and Tyler, C.J., 2020. Short-term isothermic heat acclimation elicits beneficial adaptations but medium-term elicits a more complete adaptation. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 120(1), pp.243-254.

Enterprise:

Performance Consultant at the Human Performance Centre at LSBU.

External Activities:

Basketball Level 2 Coach and National League player for Cobham Cobras.

Courses taught

Sport and Exercise Science - BSc (Hons)

Postgraduate Research Supervision
Current
Miss Maria NagyovaDoctoral Research ProjectMRes
PhD

London South Bank University

2018
2023
Level 2 Basketball Coach

Basketball England

2021
FunderYear wonProjectRole
Miscellaneous2024APS_HPC Services_Misc.Co-Investigator
ProposalProjectRoleFunderStatusStatus last updated
The effect of heat therapy on recovery speedThe effect of heat therapyon recovery speedPrincipal InvestigatorWellcome Trust OPEN SubmittedFeb 2024

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The Type of Per-Cooling Strategies Currently Employed by Competitive and Professional Cyclists-Triathletes During Training and Competition Are Condition (Dry vs. Humid) Dependant
Bayne, F., Racinais, S., Mileva, K.N., Hunter, S. and Gaoua, N. (2022). The Type of Per-Cooling Strategies Currently Employed by Competitive and Professional Cyclists-Triathletes During Training and Competition Are Condition (Dry vs. Humid) Dependant. Frontiers in Sports and Active Living. 4, p. 845427. https://doi.org/10.3389/fspor.2022.845427

Less Is More—Cyclists-Triathlete’s 30 min Cycling Time-Trial Performance Is Impaired With Multiple Feedback Compared to a Single Feedback
Bayne, F., Racinais, Sebastien, Mileva, Katya, Hunter, Steve and Gaoua, Nadia (2020). Less Is More—Cyclists-Triathlete’s 30 min Cycling Time-Trial Performance Is Impaired With Multiple Feedback Compared to a Single Feedback. Frontiers in Psychology. 11, p. 608426. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2020.608426

Short-term isothermic heat acclimation elicits beneficial adaptations but medium-term elicits a more complete adaptation
Moss, J.N., Bayne, F., Castelli, F., Naughton, M.R., Reeve, T.C., Trangmar, S.J., Mackenzie, R.W.A. and Tyler, C.J. (2020). Short-term isothermic heat acclimation elicits beneficial adaptations but medium-term elicits a more complete adaptation. European Journal of Applied Physiology. 120 (1). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00421-019-04269-5