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Robert Lockie is an Assistant Professor in Strength and Conditioning at California State University, Fullerton. He obtained his undergraduate and honors degrees in human movement from the University of Technology, Sydney. Lockie also completed his PhD at the University of Technology, Sydney, within research that analyzed the sprint technique and strength and power capacities of field sport athletes. He has previously worked at the University of Newcastle in Australia as a lecturer in biomechanics, and an Assistant Professor in biomechanics and strength and conditioning at California State University, Northridge. Lockie conducts research into linear speed, change-of-direction speed, and agility; strength and conditioning; post-activation potentiation; team sport analysis; and analysis of law enforcement, correctional, and tactical populations.

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