Jason is a Senior Lecturer in Sports and Exercise Therapy and Sports Medicine. His teaching commenced at Leeds Beckett University in 2017, after almost a decade as Senior Lecturer in Sports Therapy at Teesside University. He also continues to treat elite athletes within his own sports injury clinic.
Current module leadership includes MSc Sports Therapy and Sports Medicine modules Anatomical Assessment and Examination and Advanced Clinical Decision Making. Jason also team teaches across BSc Sports Therapy modules and supervises the student sports injury clinic.
- MSc Sports Therapy
- MSc Sports Medicine
- BSc Sports and Exercise Therapy
Research interests include Cycling and Triathlon Science. In particular biomechanical interventions to enhance performance and reduce injury. This is informed from competing in multiple World, European and British championship cycling events.
Hynd J; Cooley D; Graham M (2017) Saddle tilt during uphill cycling improves perceived comfort levels with corresponding effects on saddle pressure in highly trained cyclists. In: 4th Science & Cycling Conference, 28 June 2017 - 29 June 2017, Düsseldorf, Germany.
Thornley I; Hynd J; Stein S; Butterworth M; Hind K; Francis P (2019) A new approach to the classification of muscle health: preliminary investigations. Physiological Measurement, 40 (8),
Hynd J (2015) Rehabilitation of a tibial plateau fracture within an elite female mountainbiker. A case report. Journal of Science and Cycling, 4 (2)
Hynd J; Crowle D; Stephenson C (2014) The influence of hamstring extensibility on preselected saddle height within experienced competitive cyclists. Journal of Science in Cycling, 3 (2) (22),