Dr Jolly has worked at NTU since 2010, having previously enjoyed a career as a coach educator and coach with British Rowing, and prior to that working as a lecturer in exercise physiology at Teesside University.
On the use of isoperformance curves for profiling and identification of training needs. Jolly S, European Journal of Applied Physiology, 2013, 112 (11), 3931-3932
A critical view of critical velocity testing to predict performance. Jolly SA, Journal of Sports Sciences, 2013, 1-2.
An analysis of practice activities and instructional behaviours used by youth soccer coaches during practice: Exploring the link between science and application. Jolly S, Journal of Sports Sciences, 2010, 28 (14), 1625-1625.
The reproducibility of estimates of critical power and anaerobic work capacity in upper-body exercise. Taylor SA and Batterham AM, European Journal of Applied Physiology, 2002, 87 (1), 43-49
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