Anthony Turner, PhD, MSc, PGCHE, ASCC, CSCS*D, is an Associate Professor in Strength and Conditioning, and the Director of Postgraduate Programmes at the London Sport Institute, Middlesex University.
Anthony consults with the British Military and several sports teams and athletes. He was also the Head of Physical Preparation for British Fencing during the Rio Olympic cycle, and has coached several Olympic and Paralympic athletes.
Anthony was awarded 2015 UKSCA Strength and Conditioning Coach of the year for Research and Education
You can follow Anthony on twitter: @anthonyturneruk
Anthony is module leader for (MSc) Strength and Conditioning Science, Research Methods and Dissertation. These modules focus on designing, defending and delivering evidence-based training programmes and conducting research, analysing data and reporting results.
Anthony has edited two text books in strength and conditioning and has written c100 per-reviewed journal papers. The link to these books and papers (via via Research Gate) are below, along with a feed of his most recent work
Verdini, Enrico and Maestroni, Luca and Clark, Michael and Turner, Anthony N. and Huber, Jörg (2022) Do people with musculoskeletal pain differ from healthy cohorts in terms of global measures of strength? A systematic review and meta-analysis. Clinical Rebilitation . (Accepted/In press)
Bettariga, Francesco and Maestroni, Luca and Martorelli, Luca and Turner, Anthony N. and Bishop, Chris (2022) The effects of a 6-week unilateral strength and ballistic jump training program on the force-velocity profiles of sprinting. Journal of Science in Sport and Exercise . ISSN 2096-6709 (Accepted/In press)
Dann, Eleanor and Quinn, Samuel and Russell, Mark and Kilduff, Liam P. and Turner, Anthony N. and Hills, Samuel (2022) Alternate leg bounding acutely improves change of direction performance in women’s team sports players irrespective of ground type. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research . ISSN 1064-8011 (Accepted/In press)
Bishop, Chris and Jarvis, Paul and Turner, Anthony N. and Balsalobre-Fernández, Carlos (2022) Validity and reliability of strategy metrics to assess countermovement jump performance using the newly developed my jump lab smartphone application. Journal of Human Kinetics . ISSN 1640-5544 (Accepted/In press)
Bishop, Chris and Read, Paul and Chavda, Shyam and Jarvis, Paul and Brazier, Jon and Bromley, Tom and Turner, Anthony N. (2022) Magnitude or direction? Seasonal variation of interlimb asymmetry in elite academy soccer players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research , 36 (4). pp. 1031-1037. ISSN 1064-8011