Jamie Richards (jamierichards.co.uk) talks about how he has worked with Oli and devised a nutrition plan to aid his recovery from the broken femur sustained last August. Oli is now back racing again and well on the way back to full fitness and competing at the highest level.
British champion MTB Rider Oli Beckingsale recently broke his femur while racing a world cup event in Nove Mesto, Czech Republic, he is now recovering and building his fitness with the help of Andy Wadsworth at the MyLife gym in Bristol. We will be following Oli in his rehabilitation to full fitness and competing again with the aim of qualifying for the 2012 London Olympics.
After recently breaking the neck of his femur in a world cup mountain bike race in the Czech Republic, Oli is now well on the way back. Andy Wadsworth, Oli’s strength and conditioning coach at MyLife explains how they are working together to bring Oli back to full fitness and hopefully qualifying for the 2012 London Olympics.
Bike and run, by all means. But if you want to train smarter and shed pounds in 2012, you need our full-body fitness programme. Read Andy Wadsworth’s article featured in this month’s Outdoor Fitness Magazine!
After breaking his femur back in August during a world cup race in the Czech Republic, Oli Beckingsale is well on the road to recovery and getting ready to race. We follow Oli Beckinsale as he rides the trails of Bristol with training partners pro road cyclist Simon Richardson and Xterra triathlete Graham Wadsworth. Oli’s strength and conditioning coach Andy Wadsworth from Mylife personal training explains more about how Oli is progressing in his bid to qualify for his fourth Olympic games.
After breaking the neck of his femur during a World Cup race in the Czech Republic back in August 2011, Oli has been making a remarkable come-back from his injury. With the help of the Mylife trainers, his physio and surgeon Oli is back on track and now competing again with an eye on the London Olympics.
After breaking the neck of his femur during a World Cup race in the Czech Republic back in August 2011, Oli ( Endura MTB team pro xc rider) has been making a remarkable come-back from his injury. With the help of the Mylife trainers, his physio and surgeon Oli is back on track and now competing again with an eye on the London Olympics.
Amy Hibbert is a personal trainer with the MyLife Personal Training Team in Bristol. Not only is she part of the team, she’s benefited from training with Andy Wadsworth herself, getting ready for Iron Man Triathlon events in the UK and abroad. If you’d like to book an appointment with Amy or any of the MyLife Personal Training team, contact us now.
It’s the start of a New Year here at MyLife Personal Training, and of course it’s the perfect time to get started on those New Years Resolutions, particularly if your resolutions are fitness based!
A lot of people decide that they want to make a change in the New Year to their health and well-being, and exercise, healthy eating and sport make a huge difference not just to your physical fitness – they also have a hugely positive effect on your mental and emotional well-being too.
But with so many diets, exercise plans and advice out there, it can be hard to know what’s going to work for you – and this is where Personal Training comes in. Basically, personal training takes the guesswork out of getting fit or getting ready for an event.
An experienced trainer will talk to you about your goals, the time you have available, and what you do and don’t like doing. They can then put together a plan that’s realistic and achievable, and will also motivate you along the way. Here at MyLife Personal Training, helping people achieve their goals is something we pride ourselves on.