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Daniel is passionate about biomechanics and strength and conditioning, and aspires to hold a full-time academic role. Daniel has developed a love for teaching from four years’ of teaching experience at the tertiary level.

Daniel has recently completed an industry-based PhD at Macquarie University. Throughout his PhD Daniel worked worked part time with South Sydney Rabbitohs NRL team, working closely alongside the High-Performance Manager and his team. This experience has enabled him to hone his skills across sports performance, strength and conditioning, and sports science where he has added value within a high tempo, results driven organisation.

Prior to this, Daniel has experience each in coaching talented rugby union athletes, and talented high school athletes from a range of sports. He was the head strength and conditioning coach at the North Harbour Rugby Union Academy, in Auckland, New Zealand, and also the head strength and conditioning coach at the Rangitoto College Athlete Performance Academy, in Auckland, New Zealand.

Current Memberships: The Australian Strength and Conditioning Association, Exercise and Sport Science Australia, Australian and New Zealand Society of Biomechanics, and the International Society of Biomechanics.

Research interests

Daniel's PhD research is centred on the biomechanical relationship between wearable technology and professional rugby league match-play.

Additional interests: Human Movement, Strength and Conditioning, and Sport Science.

Education/Academic qualification

Professional Coaching Accreditation Scheme – Professional (Level 2), Australian Strength and Conditioning Association

Award Date: 1 Feb 2019

Master of Sport and Exercise, Auckland University of Technology

Award Date: 28 Jul 2016

Bachelor of Sport and Recreation, Auckland University of Technology

Award Date: 19 Dec 2013


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