Date of release: Thursday, June 7, 2012

A2250-Science-researcher-Dan-scoops-presentation-prizeA University of Greenwich postgraduate researcher has won a national prize for presenting his research in exercise science.

Dan Robbins, pictured, is studying for his PhD in the university’s Department of Life & Sports Sciences, within the School of Science. He presented research into the impact of using vibrating equipment as part of an exercise regime, which can be used to target specific muscles.

The researcher said that he hoped to help personal trainers and fitness instructors to gain a better understanding of the subject.

Dan received the Postgraduate Applied Research Best Oral Presentation award from the British Association of Sport and Exercise Science (BASES), during its student conference at the University of East London’s Docklands Campus. The prize was a state-of-the-art heart rate monitor.

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