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Dr Daniel Muniz joined the University of Hertfordshire in February 2016, where he currently works as a senior lecturer in Exercise Physiology. He teaches exercise physiology in various undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, and supervises various postgraduate students. His PhD was undertaken at St Mary’s University investigating anaerobic energy production during high intensity exercise. His current research interests revolve around endurance exercise and exercise tolerance. He is particularly interested in the role of physiological thresholds as key markers of endurance performance and exercise capacity, and the implications that these markers have on health and performance. 

Research interests

Daniel's research revolves around the causes that limit exercise capacity in health and disease. More specifically, I am interested in how physiological thresholds dictate the metabolic responses to exercise, and the implications on exercise capacity and performance.

Current research projects investigate methods for prescribing exercise intensity using physiological thresholds, the application of the critical power model to intermittent exercise, or the use of bid-data in marathon performance.




External positions

Affiliate Member and Rep for the University , The Physiological Society

External Examiner - MSc Exercise Physiology, University of East London


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