Sports-Specific Rehabilitation, Strength and Power training, Sports Performance, Strength and Conditioning, Sports-Specific Conditioning and Wellness and Load Monitoring
Football, Golf, Rugby, Basketball, Endurance Sports, Track & field and Power Sports
Chinese Olympic Committee, China Golf Association, King’s College London, Toshiba Rugby, Harlequins FC and Huddersfield Giants
England Universities Sport, Gibraltar Basketball Association and Leeds Beckett University
Without Chris’s help I wouldn’t be on the path to qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics, nor would I have become the National British Fencing Champion and the Commonwealth Champion.
Will Deary, GB Sabre Fencer
The word ‘training’ can have some bad connotations; it’s too hard, It’s for professional athletes only, it’s too time consuming. But the truth is, training is simply the term used to help us get from point A, to point B.
Knowing how to achieve your training goals can be confusing. Increasing training load safely is often neglected with the focus being ‘feeling as tired as possible’. S&C Coach, Chris McCann, explains how executing the right increase in your training can make all the difference.
Training whilst on tour can be similar to the situation we find ourselves in today; apart from your usual gym space and equipment. See how S&C Coach, Chris McCann gets around this hurdle.