Russell joined Newman University in September 2014. Russell’s current research direction examines the biomechanics of the golf swing. Other research interests involve the use of compression garments, and strength and conditioning. Russell has contributed to the delivery of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across several academic institutes such as University of Chichester and Kingston University. Russell teaches sport and exercise biomechanics, research methods, and strength and conditioning related modules at undergraduate and postgraduate level. He is also active in providing sports science support work to athletes from a variety of different sport.
The mechanics of the golf swing in sport specific environments working with elite golfers. The effects of compression garments on sport performance and injury. The use of technology within strength and conditioning.
Interests include biomechanics, performance, and strength and conditioning.
Peters R., Smith N. and Lauder M., The effects of Adidas powerweb compression shorts on muscle oscillation and drop jump performance, In Anderson R., Harris D. and Kenny I. (Ed.), Proceedings of the XXVII International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports. University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland, 2009.
Dodd A., Dyson R. and Peters R., Moderation of Lower Limb Muscular Activity During Jump Landing by the application of ankle taping, In Anderson R., Harris D. and Kenny I. (Ed.), Proceedings of the XXVII International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports. University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland, 2009.