Reader (Clinical Physiology), Sheffield Hallam University
Dr Markos Klonizakis is a Reader in Clinical Physiology, in the Centre for Sport and Exercise Science of Sheffield Hallam University. Markos has a special interest in developing and exploring the effects of lifestyle interventions in clinical and healthy-but-sedentary populations. Having recently led successfully FISCU ("Exploring the Feasibility of Implementing a Supervised Exercise Training and Compression Hosiery Intervention in Patients with Venous Ulceration") to completion, he now leads a programme exploring the physiological effects of regional diets in cardiovascular health of sedentary populations as well as a Heart Research UK-funded project on the exploration of the physiological effects of electronic cigarettes.
Dec 17, 2020 11:34 am UTC| Sports
Swimming, aqua-aerobics, and other water-based exercises are popular for people aged 55 and older to keep fit without putting strain on the joints. Studies show that water-based exercises have many benefits, including...
Feb 10, 2019 10:45 am UTC| Health
Cardiovascular disease is responsible for more than 30% of the total number of deaths worldwide, and every year more people are being diagnosed with the condition. In 2015, more than 85m people in Europe were living with...