Andy Reay

Strength and Conditioning Coach


Andy Reay Centred

Andy is a former Premiership and England U21 rugby player, who moved into Strength and Conditioning following his retirement. Since then, he has been the Head of Strength and Conditioning at Rosslyn Park rugby club, as well as at Pure Sports Medicine. He now consults at Pure Sports Medicine three days a week at the Moorgate clinic. 

Specialist Interests

Injury Rehabilitation, Injury Prevention, Strength and Power training, Event training, Olympic lifting technique, Event Preparation, Late-stage Injury Rehabilitation and Strength training for endurance athletes

Sporting Interests

Running, Cycling, Swimming, Weight Training and Olympic Weightlifting

Work Experience

Harlequins RFC, Bristol RFC, London Scottish RFC and Head of Strength & Conditioning at Rosslyn Park RFC

Other Experience

Assistant Strength and Conditioning coach for Ealing Trailfinders.

Andy’s Locations #

Moorgate EC2A

Our Moorgate clinic benefits from a prime location on Finsbury Square, ideally located on the City fringe connecting Liverpool Street and Moorgate with Shoreditch and Old Street. Offering both face-to-face and remote consultations.

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020 7788 7000

Andy’s Blog Posts #

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Top 5 Most Common Rugby Injuries

Head of S&C Andy Reay discuss the 5 most likely injuries to experience for rugby players, and what the recovery path looks like for each.


Blood Flow Restriction and Me: What is BFRT and How Can it Help?

Blood flow restriction training is a rehabilitation tool that when used correctly, can have a huge influence on maintaining muscle size and strength following an injury or a prolonged period of inactivity.


Obesity & Weight Loss: The struggles & how to overcome them

Since the government linked obesity with COVID-19 risk factors, weight-loss seems to be the topic on everyone’s minds. With conflicting information available at the touch of a button, S&C Coach Andy Reay wants to set the record straight.

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Return to Play; Post Lockdown and Beyond

One of our greatest strengths is the ability to adapt. We did it when lockdown began in March 2020 and we’ve continued to do so. Whether you have a specific fitness goal or pain in your day to day life, getting back to normal’ isn’t going to happen overnight.