Danny Lum

Danny Lum is currently the head of strength and conditioning at Singapore Sport Institute in Singapore. He graduated from Nanyang Technological University with an M.Sc. (Sports and Exercise Studies) in 2016 and a Ph.D. in 2021. Danny is in charge of the strength and conditioning program for Singapore’s national athletes from multiple sports, including diving, grappling sports, kayaking, and track cycling. He is also actively conducting research to better understand the effects of isometric training on sports performance and the post-activation performance enhancement effects of various warm-up protocols.

Articles by Danny Lum

Slowing down to speed up – restoring strength with...

in Agility, Flexibility, Improve, Power development, Pre-hab and post-surgical rehab, Prevent, Proprioception and balance, Speed development, Strength

Both isometric and eccentric training is vital for musculotendinous injury rehabilitation. However, practical recommendation on combining these two modes of resistance training into the rehabilitation program is lacking. Danny Lum discusses the adaptations to these modes of resistance training and how practitioners can include them in athlete rehabilitation. The increase in sports participation and higher... MORE

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