The primary focus of Brad Beseler’s research is examining whether or not interactive video technology can assist kinesiology professionals (e.g. physical education teachers, coaches) to improve analysis and performance of fundamental motor skills. Brad has a keen interest in all sports, with a particular interest in skill acquisition. Within the School of Education and the School of Science, Psychology and Sport, Brad coordinates fundamental movement and motor learning courses.
A graduate of the University of Ballarat, Brad holds a Bachelor of Education – Physical Education and a Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement) Honours. Before starting at Federation University Australia in 2010, he taught for eight years as a secondary school health and physical education teacher, both here in Australia and in the United Kingdom. Brad holds an equivalence of Masters and is currently completing his PhD.
Validation of a Follow-Through Developmental Sequence for the Overarm Throw for Force in University Students
Validation of a Backswing Developmental Sequence for the Overarm Throw for Force
10 Tips for Using Video Analysis More Effectively in Physical Education: Editor: Brian Mosier
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Effect of Instructions on Selected Jump Squat Variables
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Igniting the Pressure Acclimitization Training Debate: Contradictory Pilot-Study Evidence from Australian Football
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