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Richard Carrel – Bournemouth RFC

I am a specialist loosehead, though I played my highest level of rugby at tighthead. Some say, oh well they can't be that different! Trust me they are, ask my neck! I am now in my mid 30′s and coming towards the end of my playing career. The natural progression for me would be a move into coaching.

Global Administrator | 01/09/2012 12:32:21

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Ed Clancy - London 2012

Life has been very different post games. The constant thoughts of eating well, sleeping well and training 100% seem like a distant memory for starters! Although Im still riding my bike, the media, catching up with friends and family and enjoying other aspects of life have been the priority.

Global Administrator | 31/08/2012 12:04:24

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Beth Tweddle - London 2012

Well a lot has happened since I last wrote to you all. The past month has been a bit of a blur. The Olympics was the most amazing experience. London did a fantastic job and I hope that you all got to watch it. I wasn't sure what to expect, even though I have been to two Olympics before I was still a bit unsure with it being a home Games. The atmosphere around London and within the village was something that will never be replicated.

Global Administrator | 29/08/2012 11:51:07

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Heather Fell - Training Update

I have just returned from Bulgaria with a bit of a tan and two medals from the European Championships (silver team and bronze relay), finishing 6th individually as the highest placed Britain. This was my final Pentathlon of the summer and the earliest end to my season since I was ten years old.



Global Administrator | 17/07/2012 10:31:09

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Ed Clancy – Training Update

2012 is flying by! Reminiscing with my roommate Geraint Thomas it seemed like yesterday we were preparing for the Olympic test event in February. We finished in second place behind the Australians in the team pursuit. It wasn't the result we were hoping for but we made up for it in Melbourne just a few weeks later in March at the world championships. Melbourne was a great trip, it was brilliant to pick up another track world title but I'll remember the city and the good times had with teammates outside of racing with the fondest memories.



Global Administrator | 04/07/2012 11:58:07

Andrea
Our Students - Andrea's Story

I've always tried to look after myself and have led a pretty active life (I was in the army in my early twenties, for instance). Now, finding myself in my mid 40's and with a growing family, I feel it more important than ever to keep myself in as good a shape and condition as possible.

Global Administrator | 11/06/2012 11:22:35

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Christopher Hole - Personal Training Tutor in Bristol

I chose to become a Personal Trainer because I wanted to make an impact in the health and fitness industry and educate people about their body and how it works.

Global Administrator | 18/05/2012 16:24:00

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Our Students - Jane Woodhead's Story

Keeping fit and healthy has always been a passion of mine. I love the "buzz" which you get following a training session and I personally do not think there is any better way to start the day than with a work-out in the gym.

Global Administrator | 14/05/2012 16:07:42

tim
From Crime Fighter to Fat Fighter in 6 Weeks

Having accepted voluntary redundancy from the Metropolitan Police Service in 2011 after 20+ years of service, like many people in the same or similar situation, I spent a considerable amount of time wondering what I might do with the rest of my life. Alas retirement in my early 40's was not an option!

Global Administrator | 10/04/2012 10:33:43

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Our Students - Denise Glover's Story

I have always had an interest in keeping active and healthy and come from a family who enjoy outdoor pursuits such as hockey, cycling, hill walking and skiing.

Global Administrator | 23/03/2012 16:10:06

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