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Dr Tim Hartwig Name: Dr Tim Hartwig
Senior Lecturer
Phone
+612 9701 4355
Fax
+612 9701 4290
Organisational Area
Faculty of Health Sciences
Department
School of Behavioural and Health Sciences (NSW)
Location
Strathfield
Building 640 - Edward Clancy Building (167-169 Albert Road, Strathfield NSW 2135)-Level 1-Room 640.1.26
Biographical Information

 

I am currently a full-time Lecturer in the School of Exercise Science, Strathfield. I am committed to teaching, clinical practice and researching within the areas of Exercise and Sports Science. I have taught and worked in many sub disciplines of Exercise and Sports Science including Anatomy, Exercise Physiology, Motor Control & Learning, Exercise Programming, Clinical Exercise Rehabilitation, Functional Anatomy, and Biomechanics. I completed school in South Africa in 2000, and then moved to Australia where I completed a Bachelor of Exercise Science (Hons) in 2004. In 2010 I was awarded a PhD following my doctoral studies on 'training and overtraining in adolescent rugby union players'.

Publications

 

PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Hartwig, T. B., Naughton, G., Searl, J. Motion analyses of adolescent rugby union players: a comparison of training and game demands. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 25(4): 966 – 972, 2011. 

Hartwig, T. B., Naughton, G., Searl, J. Load, stress, and recovery in adolescent rugby union players during a competitive season. Journal of Sports Sciences, 27(10): 1087–1094, 2009. 

Hartwig, T. B., Naughton, G., Searl, J. Defining the volume and intensity of sport participation in adolescent rugby union players. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 3: 94-106, 2008. 

Hartwig, T. B., Naughton, G., Carlson, J. Understanding participation among adolescent rugby union players. Children and Exercise XXIV Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting. University of Tartu, Estonia. In; Jurimae, T. Armstrong, N. Jurimae, J. (Ed).  Routledge, New York, USA, pp194-198, 2008. 

Hartwig, T. B., & Naughton, G. A movement analysis comparison in two models of junior sport. Pediatric Exercise Science, 19: 61-69, 2007. 

Unpublished PhD Thesis: Training and competition demands of adolescent rugby union players. 2009. 

Unpublished Honours Thesis: A movement analysis comparison in two models of junior sport. 2006.

 

CONFERENCES

2008- Presented PhD research at the Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Hamilton Island (podium presentation).

2008- Presented PhD research at the Football Australasia Conference, Melbourne (poster presentation).

2007- Presented PhD research at the Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Adelaide (podium presentation).

2007- Pediatric Exercise Science Conference, Estonia (poster presentation).

2006- Presented preliminary PhD findings at the Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Fiji (podium presentation).

2005- Presented Honours thesis at the NSW Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Sydney (podium presentation).

2005- Presented a junior sport workshop at Our Sporting Future Conference, Sydney (podium presentation).

2004- Presented Honours thesis at the Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Alice Springs (podium presentation).

2010- In attendance at Exercise & Sports Science Conference (ESSA), Gold Coast. 

2009- In attendance at The Future of Fatigue in Exercise Symposium, Blue Mountains. 

2009- In attendance at NSW SMA Conference “Children in Sport”, Sydney. 

2008- Presented a children and adolescent growth and development workshop for Level 2 Hockey coaches, Sydney

2006- In attendance at the Australian Association for Exercise and Sport Science (AAESS) conference in Sydney. 

2006- Presented a childhood obesity workshop at the Austswim National Conference in Sydney

2005- In attendance at the Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Melbourne. 

2005- In attendance at AIS Applied Sport Expertise & Learning Workshop, Canberra.

Research

 

My current areas of research and interest include notational analyses in sport, including GPS and video tracking technologies. Youth athlete development, sports performance, overtraining and recovery, physical activity promotion, and clinical exercise physiology.

 

GRANTS

Hartwig, T (Project Manager)., Chapman, P., & Naughton, G. A comparison of hydration knowledge, practices, and risks in three levels of soccer participation. (2011) $15 000

Hartwig, T (Chief Investigator)., Naughton, G. Training and competition demands of adolescent rugby union players, (2005) $15000

 

AWARDS

2005-   Winner of the ‘David Garlick Young Researchers Award’ including $15000 travel grant, presented by the NSW Sporting Injury Committee. 

2005-   Recipient of ‘Faculty Medal Honours Degree’ from Faculty of Health Sciences at the Australian Catholic University 

2005-   Recipient of ‘Full APA PhD Scholarship’           

2004-   Recipient of Silver medal award for ‘Outstanding Education and Promotions Project’ presented by the NSW Sporting Injury Committee. 

2004-   Recipient of ‘Australian Council of Health, Physical Education and Recreation – NSW Prize’

 

 

Professional Memberships

 

Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP)

International Society for the Advancement of Kinathropometry (ISAK) Accredited Anthropometrist (Level 1)

Member of Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA)

Member of Sports Medicine Australia (SMA)

 

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