A little cliché, but the gym has been my saviour over the years.
I started going to the gym when I was 15 years old, in order to build muscle after having been seriously ill. I've always been interested in the science behind the gym ever since I started training, which is how I ended up at Chichester University studying Sports and Exercise Science and then going on to do a masters in Strength and Conditioning. At first my training was focused on getting strong for the sports I played (American football and rugby). But, as I progressed into my masters, I fell in love with training which led me to find powerlifting. I love the science around it and I am still as excited to read about new literature as I was when I first started.
My training and coaching styles heavily revolves around movement efficiency. This is in order to focus on longevity via keeping the athlete healthy and enjoying training at all times.
BSc (Hons) Sport & Exercise Science
MSc Strength & Conditioning
Level 3 Personal Trainer
During my time coaching in powerlifting, I have taken on a number of athletes, both males and females, ranging from complete beginners to elite levels (1 x first place Worlds (AWPC), 1 x first place European (AWPC), 1 x first place British (ABPU), 1 x 2nd place British (GBPF). I have also worked as a Strength and Conditioning coach for many sports teams in sports as rugby (University of Chichester Rugby Team, First team), football (University of Southampton first-team footballer), sailing (students under the Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme at University of Southampton), netball (Surrey Storm Academy) and athletics (Optimising performance for sports).
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I like how I’m able to take my knowledge and experience and apply it to an athlete to help guide them through their training and help them reach their full potential.