Contact Liz for information about exercise science student industry placements.
Liz Pressick’s main research focus is physical activity as a means to improve health, wellbeing and quality of life as we age. With a specific interest in modified physical activity, particularly sport, and participation opportunities for people as they age.
In addition, Liz has an interest in program development for populations with a high incidence of life style related conditions and chronic disease.
- Play sport, live better! Can group-based modified sport improve the quality of life of Indigenous Australian men?
- Lecturer - Exercise Science
- Coordinator - Exercise Science Student Industry Placements
- OHTH2158 Physical Activity, Health and Disease across the Lifespan
- OHTH2115 Human Movement Field Experience
- BIOL2479 Growth, Development, Physical Activity and Special Populations
- OHTH2105 Psychosocial Aspects of Health and Physical Activity
- PhD Candidate, University of the Sunshine Coast
- Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement Studies), Queensland University of Technology
- Graduate Diploma of Elite Sports Coaching, Australian Sports Commission
- Certificate IV in Workplace Assessment and Training, Canberra Institute of Technology
- Exercise Physiologist and Exercise Scientist (ESSAM AEP AES), Exercise and Sports Science Australia
- Member Cluster for Health Improvement (CHI), University of the Sunshine Coast
- Member and Consultant Centre for Healthy Activities, Sport and Exercise (CHASE), University of the Sunshine Coast
- Cricket Australia Development Coach - Female Pathway Programs, Cricket Victoria
- Sports Medicine Australia Sports Trainer, Sandringham Football Club - Victoria Football League
- Presenter Australian Strength and Conditioning Association
- Strength and Conditioning Coach (Level Two), Queensland Academy of Sport, Australian Institute of Sport - Coaching Athletes with a Disability Program, and Prahran Cricket Club - Victoria Premier League
- Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor (resistance training, older adults and aerobics), Fitness Australia