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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