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
Bishop, Chris and Read, Paul and Bromley, Tom and Brazier, Jon and Jarvis, Paul and Chavda, Shyam and Turner, Anthony N. (2019) The association between Inter-limb asymmetry and athletic performance tasks: a season long study in elite academy soccer players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research . ISSN 1064-8011 (Accepted/In press)
Bishop, Chris and Read, Paul and Stern, Darren and Turner, Anthony N. (2019) Effects of Soccer match-play on unilateral jumping and Inter-limb asymmetry: a repeated measures design. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research . ISSN 1064-8011 (Accepted/In press)
Turner, Anthony N. and Jones, Ben and Stewart, Perry F. and Bishop, Chris and Parmar, Nimai and Chavda, Shyam and Read, Paul (2019) Total score of athleticism: holistic athlete profiling to enhance decision-making. Strength and Conditioning Journal , 41 (6). pp. 91-101. ISSN 1524-1602
Wass, Josh and Mernagh, Dylan and Pollard, Benjamin T. and Stewart, Perry F. and Fox, Wesley and Parmar, Nimai and Jones, Ben and Kilduff, Liam P. and Turner, Anthony N. (2019) A comparison of match demands using ball-in-play vs. whole match data in elite male youth soccer players. Science and Medicine in Football . ISSN 2473-3938 (Published online first)
Maestroni, Luca and Read, Paul and Bishop, Chris and Turner, Anthony N. (2019) Strength and power training in rehabilitation: underpinning principles and practical strategies to return athletes to high performance. Sports Medicine . pp. 1-14. ISSN 0112-1642 (Published online first)
Chavda, Shyam and Turner, Anthony N. and Comfort, Paul and Haff, Gregory and Williams, Steve and Bishop, Chris and Lake, Jason (2019) A practical guide to analyzing the force-time curve of isometric tasks in Excel. Strength and Conditioning Journal . ISSN 1524-1602 (Published online first)
Bishop, Chris and Pereira, Lucas A. and Reis, Valter P. and Read, Paul and Turner, Anthony N. and Loturco, Irineu (2019) Comparing the magnitude and direction of asymmetry during the squat, countermovement and drop jump tests in elite youth female soccer players. Journal of Sports Sciences . pp. 1-8. ISSN 0264-0414 (Published online first)
Jarvis, Paul and Cassone, Natasha and Turner, Anthony N. and Chavda, Shyam and Edwards, Michael and Bishop, Chris (2019) Heavy barbell hip thrusts do not effect sprint performance: an 8-week randomized–controlled study. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research , 33 . S78-S84. ISSN 1064-8011
Chavda, Shyam and Yao, Xiang and Harcoff, Jake and Martin, Stuart and Turner, Anthony N. (2019) Alternative jump variables as surrogate measures of weightlifting performance in national weightlifters. In: UKSCA National Conference 2019, 15-16 Jun 2019, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom. (Published online first)
Sorensen, Angela and Chavda, Shyam and Turner, Anthony N. (2019) Intra- and inter-day reliability of typical and alternative weightlifting variables during heavy cleans. In: UKSCA National Conference 2019, 15-16 Jun 2019, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom. (Published online first)