We want to be are the forefront of exercise science and be able to offer the most recent and innovative advice to our clients and push the boundaries of what has been achieved before. For these reasons, Rob continues to be heavily involved in academic research.
Rob completed his MSc in Exercise and Nutrition Science at the University of Chester in 2015 and presented his research into the effects of cadence on muscle breakdown at the Science and Cycling Conference in 2016.
Since then he has gone on to become a Research Assistant at Leeds Beckett University where he is currently involved in data collection and writing of research seeking to produce a new cycling testing protocol.
In 2017 Rob hopes to commence studying again, researching the physiological demands of the Omnium as a PhD.