Dr Harry Banyard
Harry Banyard is a Lecturer in Exercise and Sports Science at Swinburne University of Technology. Prior to becoming a Lecturer at Swinburne, Harry was the Athlete Development Manager at the West Australian Football Commission, and completed his PhD at Edith Cowan University on the topic of Velocity-Based Training: Monitoring, Implementation and Effects on Strength and Power.
His research areas include: monitoring resistance training and athletic performance, exercise prescription across the lifespan, long term athlete development, and velocity-based resistance training.
Sport Science; Sports Performance Technology; Exercise & Mood Disorders; Telehealth Exercise Prescription; Long Term Athlete Development; Strength Training; Sports Performance Monitoring; Exercise Prescription; Injury Prevention; Athlete Monitoring
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Principal Supervisor.
PhD topics and outlines
Exercise and Mental Health Research:
Velocity-based Resistance Training Research:
Available to supervise honours students.
Honours topics and outlines
Jump Profile Comparisons in Elite Junior Australian Footballers:
Fields of Research
- Sports Science And Exercise - 420700
Sport Science;Exercise Prescription;Strength & Conditioning;Injury Rehabilitation;Exercise Science
Also published as: Banyard, Harry; Banyard, H.; Banyard, Henry; Banyard, H. G.; Banyard, Harry G.
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- 2020-05-07: Velocity Zones for Power Cleans Feat. Harry Banyard - FLEX STRONGER
- 2019-12-28: A Master Class on Velocity-Based Training with Harry Banyard - SIMPLYFASTER - Technology for Athletic Development
- 2018-02-28: The Reliability of Individualized Load-Velocity Profiles - Strength of Science - Audio Abstracts