Mr Nairn Scobie

  • Senior Lecturer (Cardiovascular & Metabolic Health)

telephone: 01413303832
email: Nairn.Scobie@glasgow.ac.uk

Room 238b, Sports Science, Sir James Black Building, Glasgow G12 8QQ

Import to contacts

ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-1996-741X

Research interests

My current research interests include the use of coconut water to aid rehydration and sporting performance.

Use of GPS analysis for monitoring athletes with a special interest in field hockey.

Alongside my role as a Lecturer I am also a practising Sports Scientist with the Scottish Hockey Union.

Publications

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Jump to: 2024 | 2022 | 2021 | 2019 | 2018 | 2014
Number of items: 9.

2024

Carpels, T., Scobie, N. , MacFarlane, N. G. and Kemi, O. J. (2024) Mind the gap: comparison of external load and load variation between a reserve team in a 1-game week microcycle and its first team in a 2-game week microcycle within an elite professional soccer club. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, (doi: 10.1519/JSC.0000000000004734) (PMID:38517476) (Early Online Publication)

Kemi, O. J. , Penpraze, V., Scobie, N. and MacFarlane, N. G. (2024) Graduate prospects explain undergraduate program standing in university league sports science tables. Advances in Physiology Education, (doi: 10.1152/advan.00126.2023) (PMID:38420665) (In Press)

2022

Scobie, N. , Duncan, M., Gillespie, J. and Russell, N. (2022) Use of Lt systems in large class lab delivery. In: Biomedical Visualisation. Series: Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology (14). Springer International Publishing, pp. 21-41. ISBN 9783031171352 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-17135-2_2)

2021

Carpels, T., Scobie, N. , MacFarlane, N. G. and Kemi, O. J. (2021) Youth-to-senior transition in elite European club soccer. International Journal of Exercise Science, 14(6), pp. 1192-1203. (PMID:35096247) (PMCID:PMC8758176)

2019

Raizaday, S. and Scobie, N. (2019) Comparison of Wearable GPS Devices for Workload Monitoring Across Different Weather Conditions and Time Slots. BASES Conference 2019, Leicester, UK, 19-20 Nov 2019. pp. 63-64. (doi: 10.1080/02640414.2019.1671688)

Raizaday, S. and Scobie, N. (2019) Comparison of Wearable GPS Devices for Distance and Speed Estimation Across Different Motion Paths. 24th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Prague, Czech Republic, 03-06 Jul 2019.

Raizaday, S. and Scobie, N. (2019) Effect of Weather and Time of Day on Monitoring Workload via Wearable GPS Devices in Sport. XXVIII Isokinetic Medical Group Conference: Football Medicine Meets the Universe of Sport, London, UK, 27-29 Apr 2019.

2018

Scobie, N. and Breckenridge, A. (2018) Physiological Responses of Various Smallsided Training Games in Comparison to the Demands of International Field Hockey Matches. BASES Conference 2018, Harrogate, UK, 27-28 Nov 2018. (doi: 10.1080/02640414.2018.1521633)

2014

Scobie, N. , Leishman, A. and Aitchison, T. (2014) The Comparison of Coconut Water, Sports Drink and Plain Water on Rehydration and potential for Endurance-Based Performance. BASES Conference 2014, Burton upon Trent, UK, 25-26 Nov 2014. (doi: 10.1080/02640414.2014.968399)

This list was generated on Wed May 29 04:41:08 2024 BST.
Number of items: 9.

Articles

Carpels, T., Scobie, N. , MacFarlane, N. G. and Kemi, O. J. (2024) Mind the gap: comparison of external load and load variation between a reserve team in a 1-game week microcycle and its first team in a 2-game week microcycle within an elite professional soccer club. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, (doi: 10.1519/JSC.0000000000004734) (PMID:38517476) (Early Online Publication)

Kemi, O. J. , Penpraze, V., Scobie, N. and MacFarlane, N. G. (2024) Graduate prospects explain undergraduate program standing in university league sports science tables. Advances in Physiology Education, (doi: 10.1152/advan.00126.2023) (PMID:38420665) (In Press)

Carpels, T., Scobie, N. , MacFarlane, N. G. and Kemi, O. J. (2021) Youth-to-senior transition in elite European club soccer. International Journal of Exercise Science, 14(6), pp. 1192-1203. (PMID:35096247) (PMCID:PMC8758176)

Book Sections

Scobie, N. , Duncan, M., Gillespie, J. and Russell, N. (2022) Use of Lt systems in large class lab delivery. In: Biomedical Visualisation. Series: Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology (14). Springer International Publishing, pp. 21-41. ISBN 9783031171352 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-17135-2_2)

Conference or Workshop Item

Raizaday, S. and Scobie, N. (2019) Comparison of Wearable GPS Devices for Workload Monitoring Across Different Weather Conditions and Time Slots. BASES Conference 2019, Leicester, UK, 19-20 Nov 2019. pp. 63-64. (doi: 10.1080/02640414.2019.1671688)

Raizaday, S. and Scobie, N. (2019) Comparison of Wearable GPS Devices for Distance and Speed Estimation Across Different Motion Paths. 24th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Prague, Czech Republic, 03-06 Jul 2019.

Raizaday, S. and Scobie, N. (2019) Effect of Weather and Time of Day on Monitoring Workload via Wearable GPS Devices in Sport. XXVIII Isokinetic Medical Group Conference: Football Medicine Meets the Universe of Sport, London, UK, 27-29 Apr 2019.

Scobie, N. and Breckenridge, A. (2018) Physiological Responses of Various Smallsided Training Games in Comparison to the Demands of International Field Hockey Matches. BASES Conference 2018, Harrogate, UK, 27-28 Nov 2018. (doi: 10.1080/02640414.2018.1521633)

Scobie, N. , Leishman, A. and Aitchison, T. (2014) The Comparison of Coconut Water, Sports Drink and Plain Water on Rehydration and potential for Endurance-Based Performance. BASES Conference 2014, Burton upon Trent, UK, 25-26 Nov 2014. (doi: 10.1080/02640414.2014.968399)

This list was generated on Wed May 29 04:41:08 2024 BST.

Teaching

I am a University Lecturer on the Physiology and Sports Science courses. I teach at undergraduate through to Masters level. 

I am course coordinator for the following modules: Performance Enhancing Techniques (Level 4), The World Class Athlete (Masters and online courses)

I have several years' experience in the physiological testing and analysis of athletes: VO2max test, lactate profiles, anthropometrical measures (skinfolds, hydrostatic weighing, bioelectrical impedance). I am an ISAK accredited anthropometrist. I have provided sports science support for athletes in the following sports: football, hockey, boxing and curling from amateur to professional level.