Associate Lecturer and PhD Researcher
School of Sport and Exercise Science
College Of Social Science
About Harry Dorrell
I am currently completing my PhD in Strength and Conditioning as part of the School of Sport and Exercise Science. My research focuses on examining the effects of monitoring and utilising velocity as a performance variable within resistance training. This is achieved through the inclusion of velocity zones and stops, with the aim of augmenting strength and power adaptations across a range of participant groups.
Prior to this I achieved a first class (Hons) degree in Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Lincoln.
Strength and Conditioning
BSc (Hons) Sport & Exercise Science
— University of Lincoln, 2015
- University of Lincoln bursary athlete support
- Strength and Conditioning consultancy
- Gee, Thomas and Morrow, Ryan and Dorrell, Harry and Bishop, Daniel (2017) An explorative investigation into the warm-up practices of both professional and amateur rugby league players. In: National Strength and Conditioning Association 2017 National Conference, 12-15 July 2017, Las Vegas.
- Dorrell, Harry and Moore, Joseph and Smith, Mark F. and Gee, Thomas (2017) Validity and whole system reliability of a commercially available linear positional transducer across common resistance training exercises. In: National Strength and Conditioning Association 2017 National Conference, 12 - 15 July 2017, Las Vegas.
- Dorrell, Harry and Gee, Thomas (2015) The acute effects different quantities of branched-chain amino acids have on recovery of muscle function. In: UK Strength and Conditioning Association Annual Conference 2015, 1 - 2 August 2015, Chesfold Grange, Warwickshire.