Jamie Salter has worked in professional football and rugby league with both youth and adult athletes in a physical preparation role at Barnsley FC, Middlesbrough FC and York Knights RLFC whilst working with various athletes on an ad-hoc basis for many years.
Alongside applied experience, he has spent most of my career in education as a lecturer in further and higher education environments. He is currently a Lecturer at York St John University delivering to under- and post-graduate students in areas of injury prevention, rehabilitation and strength and conditioning. He has presented at several major international conferences and is a current PhD candidate researching the associations between biological maturation and training loads in youth football.
- His unique method of getting work experience in professional football.
- An influential experience coaching for Everton FC’s disability group.
- His strength of building rapport and relationships with students and athletes.
- His research on training load and maturation monitoring at professional football academies.
- His research on the perceptions of training load in athletes of different maturity status.
- His current thought on the relationship between accelerations, decelerations and change of direction on growth related injuries.