Daniel Astridge (MScR student)
Thesis title: Performance and physiological adaptations following altitude training in elite collegiate swimmers; effect of training load, sleep quality and acclimatisation
Daniel graduated with a First Class Honours degree in Applied Sport Science from the University of Edinburgh in 2019. Progressing on to post-graduate study, Daniel chose the research route, and is now spending his time completing a part-time MSc(R) investigating the effect of a number of variables on performance and phsiological adaptations in elite collegiate swimemrs following a three week Live-High, Train-High (LHTH) altitude training camp.
BSc (Hons) Applied Sport Science - First Class
ISAK Anthropomtery Accreditation - Level 1
YMCA Gym Instructor - Level 2
National Pool Lifeguard Qualification
Responsibilities & affiliations
British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences - Graduate Member
Sleep and performance in collegiate athletes.
Performance and physiological adaptations following altitude training in elite collegiate swimmers.
Acclimitsation, sleep quality and training loads during an altitude training camp.