Andy trained in Sports and Exercise Science, and has a Masters Degree in Sports and Exercise Nutrition from Loughborough University. During his time studying he had a paper published on Supplementation and Endurance Cycling. Andy has been a fully accredited member of the UKSCA and NSCA since 2011.
Following formal education Andy worked at Leicester City football club and Crystal Palace Academy, and was the First Team Strength and Conditioning Coach at Crystal Palace from 2013 – 2017. During this time, he directed the S&C programme of all first team players as well as late-stage rehabilitation and return to play across a wide range of injuries. This experience forms a key role in optimising return to sport for those he rehabilitates.
Andy has been a member of our Chancery Lane clinic since 2017, becoming Clinic Manager in March 2021. During this time he has further specialised in endurance athletes, crossfit, lifting based injuries and long-term management of rheumatological conditions. A large part of his practise is not only enhancing performance but also navigating individuals through planning and preparation for endurance events, especially reducing injury incidence.
As well as being a keen golfer and follower of American sports, Andy is an Ironman triathlete and competes at a combination of running and triathlon events throughout the year.
Strength and Power Development, Injury Prevention & Movement Quality and Endurance Training
Football, Rugby, Running, Cycling, Triathlon and Crossfit
Strength & Conditioning Coach at Pure Sports Medicine
Crystal Palace Football Club and Leicester City Football Club
With race day around the corner the nerves and excitement might be starting to kick, but it’s important not to lose sight of the big picture. All your training so far as been to get you ready for the upcoming challenge, and these few weeks are a crucial part of your prep.
Physiotherapist, Chris Beckmans, and Strength & Conditioning Coach, Andy Page, can’t get enough of Triathlons and Ironman challenges. Find our why they love this sport, what they’ve learned from their experiences and what they’re aiming for next.
Since March 2020 we’ve seen many people turn to HIIT workouts and running to maintain their fitness levels. Whilst this is great, if you are planning on returning to sport, there are specific aspects you need to train for before going back at 100%.
Strength & Conditioning Coach, Andy Page, provides guidance on how to steadily increase your exercise while also remaining healthy and without injury.