Jason Lake

Researcher
Chichester, United Kingdom

Jason lectures on both the undergraduate programme and postgraduate masters programme. Jason’s research interests focus on the mechanical demand of resistance exercise, but have included movement asymmetry during resistance exercise, methodological concerns associated with the calculation of mechanical power output, as well as technique and mechanical demands of Olympic weightlifting. Recent research attention has focussed on mechanical demands of kettlebell exercise, and the search for an optimal resistance training load for the development of powerful muscle function.

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Jason lectures on both the undergraduate programme and postgraduate masters programme. Jason’s research interests focus on the mechanical demand of resistance exercise, but have included movement asymmetry during resistance exercise, methodological concerns associated with the calculation of mechanical power output, as well as technique and mechanical demands of Olympic weightlifting. Recent research attention has focussed on mechanical demands of kettlebell exercise, and the search for an optimal resistance training load for the development of powerful muscle function.

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