Principal Investigator

Dr BeedieDr Chris Beedie is the Principal Investigator at the Research Institute.  He is Reader in Clinical Exercise Science at Canterbury Christ Church University. 

Dr Beedie holds a Ph.D. in Psychology (2004), a BSc in Sport & Exercise Sciences (1998), both from Brunel University, as well as several professional accreditations and certifications. His research interests lie in various aspects of psychology and human performance in which area he has published over 50 peer-reviewed scientific papers and several book chapters.

Over and above 15 years in the University sector, Chris’s career spans senior managerial posts in the UK Health and Fitness sector, sports psychological support with elite endurance athletes, and the delivery of continuing professional development programmes to health professionals in the UK and overseas.

Research Publications

Beedie, Jimenez, Domone, Wade, and Mann (2016).  Effects of three modes of GP exercise referral on cardiovascular risk among overweight patients. Translational Journal of The American College of Sports Medicine (submitted). 

Mann, Jimenez, Domone, Wade, and Beedie (2016). Programming and Supervision Of Resistance Training Leads To Positive Effects On Body Composition In Two Community Fitness Programmes. Translational Journal of The American College of Sports Medicine (submitted). 

Beedie, C., Domone, S., Wade, M., & Mann, S. (2016). Effects Of Community-based Physical Activity Counselling Among At-risk Individuals. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 48(5S), 81.

Domone, S., Mann, S., Wade, M., & Beedie, C. (2016). The Feasibility, Scalability And Outcomes Of Cardiorespiratory Fitness Testing In Primary School Children. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 48(5S), 298.

Jimenez, A., Mann, S., Domone, S., Wade, M., & Beedie, C. (2016). Effects On Aerobic Capacity Of Three 48-week Community-based Exercise Interventions. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 48(5S), 596.

Mann, S., Domone, S., Wade, M., & Beedie, C. (2016). Combining Supervised Exercise And Physical Activity Counselling Might Increase Retention To GP Exercise Referral Programmes. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 48(5S), 79–80.

Mann, S., Jimenez, A., Domone, S., Wade, M., & Beedie, C. (2016). Programming Resistance Training Required For Positive Effects On Body Composition In Community Programmes. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 48(5S), 543.

Wade, M., Mann, S., Jimenez, A., Domone, S., & Beedie, C. (2016). Effects On Cardiovascular Risk Factors Of Three 48-week Community-based Exercise Interventions. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 48(5S), 593–594.

Domone, S. Mann, S., Sandercock, G. Wade, M. and Beedie, C. (2016). A Method by Which to Assess the Scalability of Field-Based Fitness Tests of Cardiorespiratory Fitness Among Schoolchildren. Sports Medicine Volume 1 / 1984 - Volume 46 / 2016 DOI: 10.1007/s40279-016-0553-6

Mann, S., Jimenez, A., Domone S,. and Beedie,C. (2016). Comparative effects of three 48-week community-based physical activity and exercise interventions on aerobic capacity, total cholesterol and mean arterial blood pressure. BMJ Open Sport Exerc Med 2016;2:e000105 doi:10.1136/bmjsem-2015-000105

Beedie, C., Mann, S., Jimenez, A., Kennedy, L., Lane, A. M., Domone, S., Wilson, S., & Whyte, G. (2015). Death by effectiveness: exercise as medicine caught in the efficacy trap! British Journal of Sports Medicine. doi:10.1136/bjsports-2014-094389

Public Health England, The National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medincine, ukactive Research Institute (2014). Identifying 'what works' for local physical inactivity interventions. Public Health England, 2014. 

Mann, S., C. Beedie, S. Balducci, S. Zanuso, J. Allgrove, F. Bertiato, and A. Jimenez. (2014). Changes in Insulin Sensitivity in Response to Different Modalities of Exercise: a review of the evidence." Diabetes/metabolism research and reviews 30(4), 257-268.

Mann, S., Beedie, C., & Jimenez, A. (2014). Physical activity counselling based in fitness centres and delivered by exercise professionals might be as effective as both structured and unstructured gym use among untrained individuals.

Mann, S., Beedie, C., & Jimenez, A. (2014). Differential effects of aerobic exercise, resistance training and combined exercise modalities on cholesterol and the lipid profile: review, synthesis and recommendations. Sports Medicine, 44(2), 211-221.

Mann, S., Beedie, C., & Jimenez, A. (2014) Community fitness centre-based physical activity interventions: a brief review. Current Sports Medicine Reports, 13(4), 26 -274

Jimenez, A., Mann, S., & Beedie, C. (2014, May). Changes In Body Composition Of Previously Sedentary Individuals Resulting From Four Gym-based Exercise Programmes. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise Vol. 46, No. 5, pp. 615-615

Mann, S., Beedie, C., & Jimenez, A. (2014, May). Changes In Cardiovascular Risk Of Previously Sedentary Individuals Resulting From Four Gym-based Exercise Programmes. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise Vol. 46, No. 5, pp. 104-104

 

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