James Wild

Performance Consultant, Furō Motion, UK

Assessment and Development of Acceleration after Tendon Injury

James Wild is a performance consultant with over 20 years experience working across a range of sporting environments. Using a blend of physical preparation and biomechanics techniques with skill acquisition and motor learning principles to help address sports performance problems, James has worked with coaches and athletes across a full spectrum of abilities including medal winning teams and athletes at major international competitions.

James has taught on undergraduate and masters level degree programmes for the last decade; creating and leading on modules in skill acquisition, biomechanics, strength & conditioning and human movement & rehabilitation. He is also an active applied researcher currently in the final stages of completing a PhD in the biomechanics and motor control of team sport athletes during sprint acceleration. James is a book author (‘Strength Training for Speed’) and has published several articles within scientific journals.


Sunday ~ 7th Nov ~ DAY 2 Session 4: Tendon

Assessment and Development of Acceleration after Tendon Injury

Performance Consultant, Furomotion, UK