Henrique Pereira Neiva is a Professor in the Department of Sport Sciences at the University of Beira Interior and a member of the Research Center in Sports Sciences, Health Sciences and Human Development (CIDESD). He concluded his degree in Sport and Physical Education in the Faculty of Sport of the University of Porto and, in 2015, finished his PhD in Sport Sciences at the University of Beira Interior with the thesis \"The effect of warm-up on swimming performance: the impact of volume, intensity and post warm-up recovery in elite swimmers\", supported by a grant from the Science and Technology Foundation (SFRH/BD/74950/2010), and with the final grade of Excellent. In the last 5 years, more than 130 documents were produced, among books, book chapters papers in Journals indexed at the Web of Science Core Collection and in other international scientific journals, conference proceedings, and all peer-reviewed publications. The impact of the research in the last years was recognized: invitation for oral communications in national and international conferences, peer-reviews in high-ranked journals, supervision of Doctoral (7 completed), Master (> 30 completed) and Bachelor students. His investigation has focused on training control and evaluation, strength training, and endurance training in different populations. Recently he has been involved in several investigations regarding the effects of physical exercise in the elderly.