Paul Jarvis is an Associate Lecturer in Sport & Exercise Science. Paul has previously taught part-time at Middlesex University on both Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes. Concurrent to his role at the University, Paul is also a Strength and Conditioning coach, where he provides performance support to both individual and team sport athletes.
Paul leads a module in Health & Fitness in Year 1 of the Sport Science programmes. Alongside this, he also teaches on a variety of modules across all three years of study on the Sport Science programmes. Paul also supervises dissertation projects across both Undergraduate and Postgraduate Degree programmes, primarily supporting students within the Strength & Conditioning pathway.
Huggins, Jessica and Jarvis, Paul and Brazier, Jon and Kyriacou, Yianni and Bishop, Chris (2017) Within - and between - session reliability of the spider drill test to assess Change of Direction Speed in youth tennis athletes. International Journal of Sports and Exercise Medicine, 3 . ISSN 2469-5718
Jarvis, Paul and Cassone, Natasha and Turner, Anthony N. and Chavda, Shyam and Edwards, Michael and Bishop, Chris (2017) Heavy barbell hip thrusts do not effect sprint performance: an 8-week randomized–controlled study. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research . ISSN 1064-8011 (Published online first)
Bishop, Chris and Turner, Anthony N. and Jarvis, Paul and Chavda, Shyam and Read, Paul (2017) Considerations for selecting field-based strength and power fitness tests to measure asymmetries. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 31 (9). pp. 2635-2644. ISSN 1064-8011
Bishop, Chris and Tarrant, Joe and Jarvis, Paul and Turner, Anthony N. (2017) Using the split squat to potentiate bilateral and unilateral jump performance. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 31 (8). pp. 2216-2222. ISSN 1064-8011
Jarvis, Paul and Turner, Anthony N. and Chavda, Shyam and Bishop, Chris (2017) The acute effects of heavy sled towing on subsequent sprint acceleration performance. Journal of Trainology, 6 (1). pp. 18-25. ISSN 2186-5264