Richard Phillips
Richard Phillips EDegrees
Richard Phillips
Richard Phillips EDegrees

Doha , Qatar



Sport Types
  • Triathlon
  • Road Cycling
  • Running
  • Mountain Biking
  • Duathlon
  • Swimming
  • Personal Training
  • Adventure Racing
  • High School Cross Country
  • Collegiate Cross Country
  • Corporate Wellness
  • 1-on-1 Coaching
  • Consultations
  • Group Coaching
  • Local Coaching
  • Strength Training
  • Nutrition
  • Mental Skills
  • Bike Fit
  • Biochemical Analysis
Athlete Requirements
Positive Attitude, Open-Minded
Meet Your Coach
Richard Phillips
Richard Phillips EDegrees
Doha Qatar
Coach Bio

I have a BSc and MSc In Sport, Health and Exercise Science, and am a PhD research student. I consider exercise and physical activity to be necessary from a physiological perspective, however, it should be tailored to the individual and specific to the discipline. I would describe myself as questioning, introverted, and view training, lifestyle and wellbeing through a holistic, evolutionary lens. The goal is to provide simple and effective messages to sustain and enjoy performance with age.

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I am a Sport and Exercise Science PhD research student at Kingston University London, and am passionate about Sport, Exercise and Health Science, with a BSc and MSc. I currently teach science and am a qualified sports coach, with experience in coaching and supporting both children and adults, across a range of different sport, health and fitness activities. My specialism is Exercise Physiology and Metabolism applied to a range of different sports, including ultra-endurance events.


BSc Sport and Exercise Science - The University of Gloucestershire
​Dissertation: Creatine Supplementation and Multiple-Sprint Performance in Squash Players​
Environmental Physiology
Exercise Biochemistry
Exercise and Cardiac Rehabilitation
Dietetics and Health

MSc Sport and Health Science - The University of Exeter
Dissertation: PAP & Complex Training in Squash Players​
Biomechanical Aspects of Lower-Limb Injury
Physical Activity in The Prevention and Treatment of Chronic Disease

PhD Student: Sport and Exercise Science: Kingston University London
Proposal: Physiological Responses to Dietary Carbohydrate Restriction: Exercise, Inflammation and Cardiovascular Risk
Multiple Sprint Exercise​
Strength Training
Muscle Damage and Inflammation
Lifestyle Intervention
PGCE with QTS - Science Teacher - Kingston University London
Biology Specialism​

Preferred Athlete Levels
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Professional
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