Mr Steve Williams


Mr Steve Williams
NameMr Steve Williams
Job titleSenior Lecturer in Sport & Exercise Science
Research institute
Primary appointmentLondon Sports Institute
Email addresss.c.williams@mdx.ac.uk
Contact categoryResearcher

Biography

Biography

I have been working at Middlesex University for over 10 years now. I am currently the programme leader for the BSc Sport & Exercise Science degree. My main interest areas include sport biomechanics and physiology. 

Teaching

As well as being a programme leader, I module lead at all levels of the undergraduate degree. My main teaching responsibility is to lead the biomechanics content across all years. 

I lead on outreach projects working at various expeditions to showcase sport science activities to schools, colleges and the general public.

I also work with different sport clubs and athletes, carrying out sport science testing to help inform their practice. I believe getting undergraduate students involved in this "real world" experience is highly valuable and impactful on their development. 

Current modules that I teach on include:

SES 1502 Fundamentals of Sport & Exercise Science

SES 2504: Applied Physiology & Biomechanics

SES 3502: Advanced Sport & Exercise Science

SES 3505: Advanced Biomechanics

Education and qualifications

o MSc Sport and Exercise Science, (Biomechanics & Physiology), Distinction
01 Jul 2016
Middlesex University
o BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science degree, Upper Second Class
01 Jul 2008
Portsmouth University
PGCHE
01 Jul 2015
Middlesex University

Grants

Prizes and Awards

Research outputs

A practical guide to analyzing the force-time curve of isometric tasks in Excel

Chavda, S., Turner, A., Comfort, P., Haff, G., Williams, S., Bishop, C. and Lake, J. 2020. A practical guide to analyzing the force-time curve of isometric tasks in Excel. Strength and Conditioning Journal. 42 (2), pp. 26-37. https://doi.org/10.1519/SSC.0000000000000507

Force-time characteristics of the countermovement jump: analyzing the curve in Excel

Chavda, S., Bromley, T., Jarvis, P., Williams, S., Bishop, C., Turner, A., Lake, J. and Mundy, P. 2018. Force-time characteristics of the countermovement jump: analyzing the curve in Excel. Strength and Conditioning Journal. 40 (2), pp. 67-77. https://doi.org/10.1519/SSC.0000000000000353

Effects of concurrent activation potentiation on countermovement jump performance

Mullane, M., Maloney, S., Chavda, S., Williams, S. and Turner, A. 2015. Effects of concurrent activation potentiation on countermovement jump performance. The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 29 (12), pp. 3311-3316. https://doi.org/10.1519/JSC.0000000000001010
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