Chris is currently carrying out postgraduate research (MPhil) in...
Chris is currently carrying out postgraduate research (MPhil) in ‘The relative importance of training session composition to training periodisation models in professional football’ in collaboration with Liverpool John Moore’s University.
He has presented at various conferences, seminars and symposia, including a keynote address at the BASES Students Conference 2014 at the University of Portsmouth, UK and session chair at the 2016 Medical Strategies Conference in London, UK. Chris has also provided presentations and consultative work with Glaxo Smoth Kline, London 2014 and English Institute of Sports, University of Loughborough, 2015.
Chris initially trained in sports massage therapy in 1999...
Chris initially trained in sports massage therapy in 1999 and taught on both diploma and masters diploma awards (Active Associates, Birmingham) from 2000-2001.
Following graduation in sports science in 2005, Chris carried out training and lecturing throughout the UK in professional football.
He began teaching at Southampton Solent University as an associate lecture on BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Therapy in 2017.
Chris is an associate member of UKSCA