Andrew Flatt, Ph.D.
Dr. Andrew Flatt is the Sports Medicine Graduate Program Director at Georgia Southern University-Armstrong. His research pertains to the application of heart rate variability in sport and health. Below is a list of some of his recent publications.
Flatt, A. A., Howells, D., & Williams, S. Effects of consecutive domestic and international tournaments on heart rate variability in an elite rugby sevens team. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. In press.
Flatt, A. A., Esco, M. R., Allen, J. R., Robinson, J. B., Bragg, A., Keith, C. M., … & Earley, R. L. (2018). Cardiac-Autonomic Responses to In-Season Training Among Division-1 College Football Players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. In press.
Flatt, A. A., & Howells, D. (2019). Effects of varying training load on heart rate variability and running performance among an Olympic rugby sevens team. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 22(2), 222-226.
Flatt, A., Esco, M., & Nakamura, F. (2018). Association between subjective indicators of recovery status and heart rate variability among divison-1 sprint-swimmers. Sports. 6(3), 93.
Flatt, A. A., Esco, M. R., Allen, J. R., Robinson, J. B., Earley, R. L., Fedewa, M. V., … & Wingo, J. E. (2018). Heart rate variability and training load among national collegiate athletic association division 1 football players throughout spring camp. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 32(11), 3127-3134.
Flatt, A. A., Hornikel, B., & Esco, M. R. (2017). Heart rate variability and psychometric responses to overload and tapering in collegiate sprint-swimmers. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 20(6), 606-610.
Last updated: 2/4/2019