Chris Bishop - Show Notes

This episode Chris Bishop and I speak about his PhD and literature around the effect of asymmetries on performance. An area that is full of complexity but has lots of scope to impact practice in a range of sports. Chris is Currently the Programme Leader for the MSc Strength & Conditioning degree at the London Sports Institute, Middlesex University, London, UK. He is also the Chairman of the UK Strength & Conditioning Association.

 Key papers highlighted:

Selecting the right test

Determining a real asymmetry

SLCMJ to determine asymmetry

Systematic review

Asymmetries a product of time

Abdominal muscle asymmetry in cricket bowling

Training considerations to reduce asymmetries

Shoutouts:

Matt Jordan

Tim Excell

Sean Maloney

Getting in contact with Chris or follow his research:

Email: c.bishop.mdx.ac.uk

Twitter: @ChrisBishop_UK

RG: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Chris_Bishop3