Charles Steward is a current PhD candidate at Coventry University in the Centre for Sport, Exercise and Life Sciences. His research aims to investigate the use of heat therapy as an adjunct to exercise for improving health in older adults. He has a particular interest in the influence of exercise and passive heating on chronic low grade inflammation and vascular health. Mr Charles Steward completed his MSc in Exercise Physiology at Beijing Sport University and BSc at the University of Worcester in Sport and Exercise Science.
PhD Candidate, Coventry University
Beijing Sport University, MSc, Exercise Physiology
University of Worcester, BSc, Sport and Exercise Science
A systematic review of the role of heat therapy for patients with intermittent claudication due to peripheral artery disease,
The health benefits of passive heating and aerobic exercise: To what extent do the mechanisms overlap?,
One week of magnesium supplementation lowers IL-6, muscle soreness and increases post-exercise blood glucose in response to downhill running,