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Dr Peter Mundy is an Assistant Professor in Strength and Conditioning within the School of Life Sciences, as well as a Research Associate within the Faculty Research Centre for Sport, Exercise, and Life Sciences. Ultimately, Peter is focused on the future professional development pathway for Strength and Conditioning Coaches within the UK. Currently, Peter is part of the Steering Group working towards Chartered Status for Strength and Conditioning Coaches, which is collaborative project between the UK Strength & Conditioning Association (UKSCA) and the Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity (CIMSPA). Further, as a disabled Strength and Conditioning Coach, Peter is passionate about equality, diversity, and inclusion within Strength and Conditioning and is part of the UKSCA Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion Advisory Group. From 2018 to 2020, Peter also served on the Board of Directors of the UKSCA. Notable work within this role included co-leading the development of the Graduate Strength and Conditioning Coach Professional Standard and contributed towards the Strength and Conditioning Trainer Professional Standard. Alongside this, Peter has a track record of providing and co-ordinating performance and return to performance support to a diverse range of individuals, from teams of elite, professional to recreational athletes. Peter’s current research, consultancy, and applied support with sports teams and national governing bodies focuses primarily on measurement issues associated with technology, as well as the impactful implementation of technology within practice for diagnostic, prescriptive, and monitoring purposes.

Education/Academic qualification

Academic Practice in Higher Education, Postgraduate Certificate, Coventry University


Award Date: 19 Oct 2018

Sports Biomechanics, Doctorate, University of Southampton



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