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Andrew joined Hartpury University in December 2021 as a Technician and Demonstrator in Sport and Exercise Science. Until recently, Andrew worked as the lead Strength and conditioning coach for English Championship side Hartpury RFC. Andrew is able to draw on this experience along with other experiences within professional rugby and football to provide his students with real world application and experiences. Andrew is also a British weightlifting (BWL) level 2 coach and is an accredited strength and conditioning coach with the UK Strength and Conditioning Association (UKSCA).

Current teaching

  • Principles of Strength and Conditioning
  • Fundamentals of Strength and Conditioning
  • Recovery and Monitoring (Module Leader)
  • Academic Personal Tutor - Level 4 Strength and Conditioning

Research interests

Andrew is currently completing a PhD looking into transient and acute fatigue within female football. Andrew's research interests include:

  • Female athlete health and performance
  • Physical demands of match-play
  • Fatigue and recovery
  • Small sided games training 

Previous positions

Academy Strength and Conditioning Coach, Cheltenham Town FC, Aug 2020 - Sep 2021

Strength and Conditioning Coach and Youth Academy Manager, The Huddle, Jul 2020 - Sep 2021


Education/Academic qualification

Research Methods, PGCert, Hartpury University

1 Oct 202115 Jul 2023

Award Date: 15 Jul 2023

Strength and Conditioning, BSc (Hons), Differences and variation in GPS outputs from two small sided game conditions in well trained female footballers, Hartpury University

15 Sept 201624 Jul 2020

Award Date: 24 Jul 2020

Sports Science, PhD, Transient and acute fatigue responses in female football., University of the West of England (UWE)

1 Nov 20201 Nov 2027


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