Dr. Jason Lake

Jason is a Reader in Sport and Exercise Biomechanics at the University of Chichester. He teaches on both undergraduate and postgraduate biomechanics modules, coordinates their MSc in Strength and Conditioning, supervises PhD students, and has researched the mechanical demands of resistance exercise and vertical jumping, analysing their force-time characteristics, for over 15 years.

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What Story is Your CMJ Telling?

Using the shape and characteristics of the countermovement jump (CMJ) to determine strategy.

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From force to velocity: What is this wizardry?

This article goes through how force (how hard we push or pull something) can be converted into velocity (how quickly an object moves in a given...