Jamie Salter on Managing Growth-Related Injuries (Ep 117)

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Jamie Salter (@jay_salter) is a researcher and senior lecturer in sport science and Injury at York St John University where he delivers theory and practical based sessions to undergraduate and postgraduate students in the areas of injury prevention, rehabilitation and strength and conditioning.

Jamie is also an accredited Strength and Conditioning coach and Sport Scientist and has worked in physical preparation roles with youth and adult athletes at Barnsley FC, Middlesbrough FC, York City Knights RLFC and GB Goalball. 

Jamie’s PhD, which dig into in our conversation, investigated how biological maturation impacts responses to training load and injury in adolescent football.

We also cover:

  • Developing rapport;
  • Jamie’s coaching and teaching philosophy;
  • Development versus performance;
  • Balance; 
  • The problems with too much structure;
  • And much more.

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