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Anthony Lockey

Senior Lecturer

About Research

Anthony completed his honours degree in Sport Science at the University of Teesside in 2000. In 2001 he returned to Teesside to do an MSc in Sport and Exercise Science (specialising in Biomechanics). On completion of his MSc Anthony began full time lecturing at St Mary's University. 

Anthony has a keen interest in foot and footwear biomechanics and is currently working towards a PhD entitled 'The analysis of dynamic stability in the deaf' at the University of Teeside. 

He predominantly teaches on the Biomechanical modules of the undergraduate courses. He also contributes heavily on the performance analysis and sports performance modules. 

Anthony enjoys all sports particularly playing and watching football. He played semi professional football during his time at university. Before playing football seriously Anthony had trained in Karate for ten years gaining his black belt at the age of twelve. As well as sport Anthony has a keen interest in art.


Research

Publications:

  • Gaister, M., Howatson, G., Abraham, C.S., Lockey, R. A. Goodwin, J.E., Foley, P. and McInnes, G. (2008). Caffeine Supplementation and Multiple Sprint Running Performance. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 40 (10): 1835-1840.
  • Goodwin J, Glaister M, Howatson G, Lockey RA, McInnes G. (2008). Effect of pre-performance massage on 30 m sprint running. Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research.  21 (4): 1028-1031.
  • Glaister M, Howatson G, Lockey RA, Abraham C, Goodwin J, McInnes G. (2007). Familiarisation and reliability of multiple sprint running performance indices. Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research. 21 (3): 857-859.
  • Glaister M, Lockey RA, Abraham C, Staerck A, Goodwin J, McInnes G. (2006). Creatine supplementation and multiple sprint running performance. Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research. 20 (2): 273-277.

Conference Proceedings:

  • Glaister M, Lockey RA, Abraham C, Staerck A, Goodwin J, McInnes G. (2005). Creatine supplementation and multiple sprint running performance. American College of Sports Medicine, Nashville , Tennessee.
  • Goodwin J, Glaister M, Howatson G, Lockey RA, McInnes G. (2006). Effect of pre-performance massage on 30 m sprint running. American College of Sports Medicine, Denver , Colorado.