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Dr Matthew Wright is an accredited strength and conditioning coach with the UK Strength and Conditioning Association (UKSCA) and sports scientist with the British Association of Sports and Exercise Scientist (BASES) with over 10 years experience initiating, developing and leading sports science support to performance athletes in a range of sports.  He has a particular interest in the physical development of youth athletes and has led the physical development programme for Teesside Sports FA Girls’ Regional Talent Club since 2011.  Matthew has published a number of peer reviewed papers relating to youth athlete development and his research interests include the assessment and development of fundamental movement competency in youth athletes and the long-term development of physical qualities in girls football players as well the quantification of training and match intensities. 

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Research Output 2013 2019

Football
maturation
Confidence Intervals
confidence interval
test
Bursitis
Shoulder Pain
Primary Health Care
Pain Measurement
Articular Range of Motion
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Changes in pain and nutritional intake modulate ultra-running performance: a case report

Best, R., Barwick, B., Best, A., Berger, N., Harrison, C., Wright, M. & Sparrow, J., 4 Oct 2018, In : Sports. 6, 4, p. 111

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
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Hunger
Running
Athletes
Motivation
Psychology
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Athletes
Individuality
Population
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Open Access
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Soccer
Aptitude
Resistance Training
Individuality
Longitudinal Studies