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Biomechanical Evaluation of Movement in Sport and Exercise: The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences Guide Paperback – 19 December 2017

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  • ISBN-10 : 9780415632669
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0415632669
  • Paperback : 278 pages
  • Product Dimensions : 17.4 x 1.6 x 24.61 cm
  • Publisher : Routledge (19 December 2017)
  • ASIN : 0415632668
  • Language: : English
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About the Author

Carl J. Payton obtained his PhD in biomechanics from Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, in 1999 where he is now a Reader and leads the biomechanics and long-term conditions research group. Carl’s main research interests are in the biomechanical determinants of elite swimming performance and in the classification of physically impaired swimmers for competition. He has provided biomechanics support to the GB Para-Swimming team since 2000. Carl has previously been Biomechanics Section Chair and member of the BASES Executive Committee.

Adrian Burden began his career at Brunel University before moving to Brighton University and then to Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, in 2002. He obtained his PhD in surface electromyography in the same year and is Associate Head of the Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences. Adrian is also a Reader in Biomechanics and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. His main interests lie in the application of electromyography to exercise, clinical and sport settings, and he has run workshops for BASES in this area.