About Martin Rivett
After graduating in 2001, Martin was invited to teach the behavioural psychological component of the BACR Phase IV Fitness Instructors Course, which he is still involved with today.
He has been a part-time lecturer at our University since 2002 teaching modules for both, BSc (Hons) Physical Activity, Exercise and Health and FdSc (Hons) Health Related, Exercise and Fitness courses.
In March 2004 Martin gained a full time research position on the Local Exercise Action Pilot (LEAP), a national project funded by the Department of Health, The Countryside Agency and Sport England to evaluate community based physical activity interventions across England.
Martin currently teaches Bsc (Hons) Physical Activity, Exercise and Health and FdSc (Hons) Health Related Exercise and Fitness.
Martin's research interests relate to behavioural determinants of physical activity adoption and adherence.