Chris`s research interests generally span the themes of athletic performance monitoring, long-term athletic development, talent identification and performance analysis of athletes’, with a specific focus on team-sports. His research values the translation of laboratory- and field-based research into industry-practice. Accordingly, he is currently involved in research projects with a number of professional sports teams and athletes:
Maturity-status ‘bio-banding’ as a tool for ongoing talent (de)selection of academy soccer players using a multi
The influence of maturity status on the efficacy of differential RPE (dRPE) within a professional youth football training and match programme.
The influence of maturity status on the technical and tactical demands of a professional youth football training and match programme.
Understanding the transfer between training and match play in professional football: Does the way we train translate to the match?
Examining player recovery kinetics in professional football.
The efficacy of virtual reality training in professional football.
The effect of training-ring size on the physical, technical, tactical, and movement profiles of Olympic-style boxers.