Top 5 Publications
- Bird, S.P. Tarpenning, K.M., & Marino, F.E. (2005). Designing resistance exercise programs to enhance muscular fitness: A review of the acute programs variables. Sports Medicine. 35(10):841-851. (ERA; IF = 5.072; H Index: 73; Citations 81) | PubMed |
- Bird, S.P. Tarpenning, K.M., & Marino, F.E. (2006). Independent and combined effects of liquid carbohydrate/essential amino acid ingestion on hormonal and muscular adaptations following resistance training in untrained men. European Journal of Applied Physiology. 97(2):225-238. (ERA; IF= 2.21; H Index: 60; Citations 59) | PubMed |
- Bird, S.P., & Barrington-Higgs, B. (2010). Exploring the deadlift. Strength and Conditioning Journal 32(2), 46-51. (ERA ranking: C; IF= 0.713; H Index: 16). Most viewed online article SCJ April, 2010. Featured article by publisher Lippincott Williams & Wilkins as 'Hot topic your peers are reading'. | Free Access |
- Bird, S.P., & Cannon, J. (2006). The role of resistance exercise in chronic disease: Prescription guidelines and application in clinical practice. Critical Reviews in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine. 18(4):317-342. Invited critical review. (H Index: 11) | Abstract |
- Cannon, J., & Bird, S.P. (2009). Resistance training for musculoskeletal health and the prevention of disability in postmenopausal women. In H. T. Benninghouse & A. G. Rosset (Eds.), Women and Aging: New Research (pp. 239-279). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers. Invited book chapter. | Nova Publishers |
Top 5 Conference Papers
- Bird, S.P.(2011). Preparing the Indonesian Olympic Team: A strength and conditioning perspective. Proceedings of the 34th National Strength and Conditioning Association National Conference. pp.581-589.
- Bird, S.P., Cannon, J., Tassoni, D., & Cameron-Smith, D. (2010). Influence of resistance exercise and carbohydrate/essential amino acid supplementation on ubiquitin proteasome component genes.. Proceedings of the 4th Exercise and Sport Science Australia Conference and the 6th Sports Dietitians Australia Update. pp.42.
- Bird, S.P. (2008). Nutritional knowledge of professional rugby league players (NRL). Proceedings of 3rd Football Australasia Conference. pp. 31.
- Bird, S.P. (2008). Exercise physiology: Current trends in enhancing athletic performance. Proceedings of Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 11(6):S18.
- Bird, S.P., & Marino F.E. (2006). Effect of mixed nutrient ingestion on muscular responses to resistance training. Proceedings of the 2nd Australian Association of Exercise and Sport Science Conference and the 4th Sports Dietitians Australia Update. pp.52.
Top 5 Professional Industry Reports
- Bird, S.P. (2009). The effect of multi-nutrient supplementation on exercise, performance and recovery: Research consultancy report for Musashi Performance Nutrition.
- Duffield, R., & Bird, S.P. (2009). The effect of compression garments on performance and physiological responses to combat-sport sparring in the heat: Research consultancy report for Slazenger.
- Bird, S.P. (2009). Program Atlet Andalan Physical Preparation and Sport Science. SEA Games XXV/2009, Laos, Vientiane. Consultancy report for State Ministry of Youth and Sport Affairs, Republic of Indonesia.
- Bird, S.P. (2008). Strength and Conditioning Summary and Recommendations: Games of the XXIX Olympiad, Beijing China. Consultancy report for Komite Olympiade Indonesia, Jakarta Indonesia.
- Bird, S.P. (2008). Pekan Olah Raga Nasional (PON) XVII/2008 Pre-Olympic Evaluation. Consultancy report for Komite Olympiade Indonesia, Jakarta Indonesia.
Invited reviwer: Textbooks (n = 3)
- 2011 Routledge Books. Taylor and Francis Group. Abingdon: OX. Textbook proposal: Strength and Conditioning for Young Athletes: Science and Application.
- 2010 Routledge Books. Taylor and Francis Group. Abingdon: OX. Textbook proposal: Training for Sports Speed and Agility: An Evidence-based Approach.
- 2009 Routledge Books. Taylor and Francis Group. Abingdon: OX. Textbook proposal: UKSCA: Strength and Conditioning for Sports Performance.