Tom is passionate about promoting long lasting, sustainable change with his clients. Whether that be returning from an injury or illness, or training for an event, he works hard to build solid health foundations that will last for life while maximising his client’s potential.
With a degree in Sport and Exercise Science, Tom has been a NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist since 2021. Since then, he has worked and found success with a wide range of clients. From couch to 5k’ers to Premier League footballers, he has worked with athletes from all backgrounds, ages, and abilities, and is experienced at getting the best out of everyone. This includes Ironmen and Women, Marathon runners, Skiers, Tennis players, Show Jumpers, Volleyball players, Rowers, Free Runners, and Gymnasts, to name a few.
Since joining Pure, Tom has worked closely with those who are overcoming injury, illness or adversity. Whether that be people with chronic pain conditions, those going through Cancer rehabilitation, and pre and post-natal clients, he is experienced at providing effective training that can help manage complex conditions. He enjoys working with both adolescent and older clients, helping to build and improve quality of life.
Outside of work, Tom is a keen sports fan and enjoys keeping active. He is currently undertaking his Master’s in Strength and Conditioning.
Injury Prevention, Oncology Rehabilitation, pre- & post-natal training and Late-stage Injury Rehabilitation
Running, Team sports and Strength Training
Strength & Conditioning Coach at Pure Sports Medicine since 2020
GoPerform and Exeter City FC
I loved working with Tom whilst rehabbing several knee surgeries. Tom is good fun, knowledgeable, and motivating — everything you’d want from someone assisting you along your fitness or rehab journey.
ACL Rehab Patient
Our Kensington clinic on Cromwell Road is located within the Point West Building, convenient to Kensington, Chelsea, Fulham and West London. Offering both face-to-face and remote consultations.
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