In this episode of the Swimming Science Podcast, Dr. John chats with World-Renowned swimming researcher Henrique Neiva. If you have a question for Henrique, post it in the comments below to have it answered
Henrique Pereira Neiva concluded his degree in Sport and Physical Education in the Faculty of Sport of University of Porto (2008).In 2015 finished Ph.D in in Sport Sciences at the University of Beira Interior and Research Center in Sport Sciences, Health Sciences and Human Development, with the thesis entitled “The effect of warm-up on swimming performance: the impact of volume, intensity and post warm-up recovery in elite swimmers”. Neiva, H. is a member of Research Centre in Sports, Health and Human Development and collaborates with University of Beira Interior. Working mainly on reseach about the effects of warm-up (individual and team-sports performances), concurrent training on children and adults, and the use of wearables/technology in aquatic activities.
With over 100 publications, there is a lot to discuss, so Dr. John and Henrique focus on the ideal warm-up for swimmers.