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Research Interests

Cervical spine strength, Biomechanics of Swimming; Strength and Conditioning Science; Applied Sport and Exercise Science; Functional Movement and Physical Activity Levels in Primary School Children. Evaluation and assessment of commercial product. Commercialisation and taking to market of fitness and health products. Injury prevention.

Research Interests

An Applied Sport and Exercise scientist who specialises in biomechanics and Strength and conditioning with extensive knowledge and experience in developing and accessing training interventions with both elite and recreational athletes across a wide spectrum of sports and activities. A UKSCA accredited strength and conditioning coach. I have a proven track record in the development and delivery of high quality education and support programmes to multiple key UK organisations. I have worked with a number key companies in the assessment and development of their products. 


Education/Academic qualification

Biomechanics, Physiology, Motor Control , Doctorate

Award Date: 17 Apr 2013

Sports Science (Biomechanics), MSc, Manchester Metropolitan University

Award Date: 18 Sep 2002

Sports Science , Degree, Manchester Metropolitan University

Award Date: 10 Jul 2000

External positions

External Examiner MRes , Swansea University


External Examiner MRes , University of Wales Swansea


External Examiner UG Strength and Conditioning , St Mary's University


External Examiner MRes , University of Wales Swansea


External Examiner PG Sports Science , University of South Wales



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