Dr Jonathon Weakley - School of Behavioural and Health Sciences (Faculty of Health Sciences)
Assistant Supervisor – Only eligible to supervise with a fully accredited Principal or Co-supervisor
Dr Jonathon Weakley is a lecturer in strength and conditioning at Australian Catholic University and an Associate Research Fellow at Leeds Beckett University. His research focus is on the development of strength, power, speed, and muscular development of athletes. Prior to becoming a lecturer at ACU, Jonathon attended the University of Otago, the University of Wollongong, Edith Cowan University, and Leeds Beckett University. Following his PhD, Jonathon completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Leeds Beckett University.
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The Effects of Augmented Feedback on Sprint, Jump, and Strength Adaptations in Rugby Union Players Following a Four Week Training Programme, in International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance
The effects of 10%, 20%, and 30% velocity loss thresholds on kinetic, kinematic, and repetition characteristics during the barbell back squat., in International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance
Assessment of the load-velocity profile in the free-weight prone bench pull exercise through different velocity variables and regression models, in PLOS One
The appropriateness of training exposures for match-play preparation in adolescent schoolboy and academy rugby union players, in Journal of Sports Sciences
Bigger, stronger, faster, fitter: the differences in physical qualities of school and academy rugby union players, in Journal of Sports Sciences
Jump Training in Rugby Union Players: Barbell or Hexagonal Bar?, in Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research
Show Me, Tell Me, Encourage Me: The Effect of Different Forms of Feedback on Resistance Training Performance, in Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research
The effects of traditional, superset, and tri-set resistance training structures on perceived intensity and physiological responses, in European Journal of Applied Physiology
Visual feedback attenuates mean concentric barbell velocity loss, and improves motivation, competitiveness, and perceived workload in male adolescent athletes, in Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research
The effects of superset configuration on kinetic, kinematic, and perceived exertion in the barbell bench press, in Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research