Jun 16, 2019
Dave Smith PhD (email - d.d.smith[@]mmu.ac.uk) / Linkedin) is a Health Care and Professions Council-Registered Sport and Chartered Exercise Psychologist. He is currently Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology at Manchester Metropolitan University and Associate Editor of The Sport Psychologist, which is one of the most prominent peer-reviewed sport psychology journals.
His research interests include psychological issues in bodybuilding and strength training, psychological skills training (particular imagery), and low back pain. He is a former personal trainer with a specific interest in high-intensity training, and also has interests in target and precision sports, and thought/decision making processes in sport and other contexts.
In this podcast, Dave and I discuss his effort to acknowledge Arthur Jones's contribution to exercise education, the most important factors that determine exercise results, body dysmorphia, training adherence and motivation, training programming, and much, much more.
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