billy-sengington

Dr Billy Senington


Teaching Fellow in Sport and Exercise Science
BSc (Hons), PGCHE, FHEA, PhD
+44 (0)1483 682168
By appointment

Academic and research departments

School of Biosciences and Medicine.

Biography

In the media

The Truth About Getting Fit
Biomechanist for the analysis of walking and running
BBC Documentary

My teaching

Courses I teach on

Undergraduate

My publications

Highlights

Lonergan, B., Senington, B., Patterson, S.D. and Price, P., 2018. The effect of fatigue on phase specific countermovement jump asymmetries in ACL‐R and non‐injured rugby union players. Translational Sports Medicine1(6), 238-249.

Senington, B., Lee, R. Y., & Williams, J. M. (2018). Are shoulder counter rotation and hip shoulder separation angle representative metrics of three-dimensional spinal kinematics in cricket fast bowling?. Journal of Sports Sciences, 36(15), 1763-1767.

Senington, B., Lee, R. Y., & Williams, J. M. (2018). Ground reaction force, spinal kinematics and their relationship to lower back pain and injury in cricket fast bowling: A review. Journal of back and musculoskeletal rehabilitation31(4), 671-683.

Senington, B., Williams, J.M., & Lee, R.Y. (2018). The effect of spinal kinematics on risk of lower back pain and injury in elite fast bowlers in cricket. World Congress of Biomechanics 2018. Dublin, Ireland.

Publications

Lonergan, B., Senington, B., Patterson, S.D. and Price, P. (2018). The effect of fatigue on phase specific countermovement jump asymmetries in ACL‐R and non‐injured rugby union players. Translational Sports Medicine, 1(6), pp.238-249.
Senington, B., Lee, R. Y., & Williams, J. M. (2018). Are shoulder counter rotation and hip shoulder separation angle representative metrics of three-dimensional spinal kinematics in cricket fast bowling?. Journal of Sports Sciences, 36(15), 1763-1767.
Senington, B., Lee, R. Y., & Williams, J. M. (2018). Ground reaction force, spinal kinematics and their relationship to lower back pain and injury in cricket fast bowling: A review. Journal of back and musculoskeletal rehabilitation, 31(4), 671-683.
Senington, B., Williams, J.M., & Lee, R.Y. (2018). The effect of spinal kinematics on risk of lower back pain and injury in elite fast bowlers in cricket. World Congress of Biomechanics 2018. Dublin, Ireland.
Ford, C., and Senington, B. (2016). Profiling Special Preparation Exercises for Sprint Acceleration. UKSCA Annual Conference 2016. Leicestershire, UK.
Senington, B., Williams, J.M., & Lee, R.Y. (2015). How does playing surface affect front foot tibial acceleration during fast bowling in cricket? International Society or Biomechanics Conference 2015. Glasgow, UK.
Senington, B., Williams, J.M., & Lee, R.Y. (2015). The relationship between three-dimensional spinal kinematics and shoulder counter-rotation during cricket fast bowling. BASES Conference 2015. Burton-Upon-Trent, UK.
Senington, B., Williams, J.M., & Lee, R.Y. (2015). The use of inertial sensing technology for biomechanical analysis of fast bowling in cricket. BASES Conference 2015. Burton-Upon-Trent, UK.
Senington, B., Lee, R.Y., & Williams, J.M. (2014). The classification of cricket playing surface firmness using acceleration data. Bases Student Conference 2014. Portsmouth, UK.
Senington, B., Lee, R.Y., & Williams, J.M. (2014). The effect of playing surface on front foot tibial impact force during fast bowling in cricket: A pilot study. Bases Student Conference 2014. Portsmouth, UK.