Associate Professor, Kinesiology
Through the disciplines of Sport Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology, Training, and Coaching Education, Dr. Lockwood’s research program investigates best practices in developing athletes. She concentrates primarily in on-ice sport, where she has played a critical role in contributing to the science of sport performance. More recently, her work has extended beyond understanding the human factors to include working with industry to assist in equipment engineering, material properties and design to explore how to best harness physical and technical preparedness through sport equipment.
- Sport Biomechanics; specifically skating mechanics
- Theoretical framework and application of Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD)
- High Performance Sport; training adaptations, athlete development, harnessing physiological and biomechanical preparedness to performance potential
- Coach Education
- Sport Equipment Engineering; Materials properties and design of specifically skate boot and blades
- Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology
- (CSEP)International Society of Biomechanics of Sport
- (ISBS)International Skating Union (ISU)
- Ontario Society for Health & Fitness (OSHF)
Lockwood, K. (2016). Skates: Fit to Perform (2). Hockey Now. Spring Issue.
Lockwood, K. (2015). Skates: Fit to Perform. Hometown Hockey, published by the Ontario Minor Hockey Association. Fall Issue.
Lockwood, K.L., Tokuno, C., Christmas, K., McGurk, M., Cadeau, L. & McKenzie, A. (2014). Limitations in current hockey skate boot design. European Congress of Sport Sciences (ECSS), Amsterdam, NE.
Lockwood, K. & McGurk, M, (2013). The Power of Flex. Hometown Hockey, published by the Ontario Minor Hockey Association. Summer Issue.
Lockwood, K. & McKenzie, A. (2012). Contour Matters. Hometown Hockey, published by the Ontario Minor Hockey Association. Summer Issue.
Lockwood, K. (2012). Are your runners as ready as you are for tryouts. Hockey Science and Technology. Tryout Edition.
Lockwood, K. & Hamilton, F. (2012). Relative Age Effect: What Does it Mean to Player Development? Hometown Hockey, published by the Ontario Minor Hockey Association. Spring Issue.
Lockwood. K. & Hamilton, F. (2012). Relative Age: An understanding for coaches. Coaches PLAN du Coach, published by Coaches of Canada. Spring Issue.
Lockwood, K. & Frost, G. (2010). When metal meets ice: potential for performance or injury. In Safety in Ice Hockey Fifth Volume, ASTM STP 1516, R.M. Greenwald, A.B. Ashare, Editors, American Society for Testing and Materials, 198-210.
- Fundamentals of Training Principles
- High Performance Athletic Assessment & Training
- Independent Studies related to Athletic Development, Training & Conditioning, Sport Specific Training Adaptations
- Internships related to Athletic Development, Training & Conditioning
- Harnessing Athletic Potential
- Sport Science Consultant for On Ice Sport
- Founder & President of The Skating Lab Inc.