MOVEMENT TRANSFORMATION is the complete training system designed with runners and movers in mind to improve performance and reduce injuries.
“The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over, but expecting different results.” Albert Einstein.
THE MOVEMENT TRANSFORMATION JOURNEY IS:
PLUS ADDED BONUS 50% OFF ADDITIONAL SPORTS THERAPY/MASSAGE
FREE IN SEASON STRENGTH & CONDITIONING PLAN SPECIFICALLY TAILORED TO YOUR NEEDS
30% OFF ONE TO ONE STRENGTH & CONDITIONING SESSIONS
ACCESS TO ONLINE TRAINING VIDEOS AND WORKSHOPS
CONVENIENT CENTRAL CAMBRIDGE LOCATION AT PROFESSIONAL STRENGTH & CONDITIONING FACILITY
Compass House, Anglia Ruskin University, 104 East Road, Cambridge CB1 1HL
ARE YOU READY TO START YOUR JOURNEY
Training time options:
Mondays and Wednesdays 18:30-19:30 at Compass House (7th of February to 30th of April 2018 )
12 or 24 x HOURS STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACHING MADE UP OF 1 or 2 HOUR A WEEK FOR 12 WEEKS
VALUE £240 or £480
1x MOVEMENT SCREENING - VALUE £89
1x FREE ADDITIONAL WORKOUT PLAN- VALUE £99
1x 50% OFF ON SPORTS THERAPY SERVICE
TOTAL VALUE OF THESE PRODUCTS & SERVICES - £428 or £668
FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY ALL OF THIS FOR:
ONLY £159 or £299
OR 3 PAYMENTS OF £59 or £106 PER MONTH
SAVINGS OF £269 or £369
Peter holds an MSc in Sports Therapy and a BSc in Sports Science and Medicine. He is also an accredited Strength and Conditioning Coach through the UKSCA. Peter, over the past 7 years, has gained a great amount of experience working with some of the best universities in the country.Peter runs a Sports Therapy & Rehabilitation Clinic at Kelsey Kerridge Sports Centre where he works with a number of professional and semi-professional athletes such as: London 2012 Paralympian Wheelchair Tennis, GB Ultimate, GB Squash, Scotland Female Rugby, England Visually Impaired Football players. Specifically, through his work with high level athletes he has gained experience in injury prevention training as well as rehabilitation. Peter also works as a Strength & Conditioning Coach at the University of Cambridge where he trains a number of University teams as well as national and international level TASS (Talented Athletic Scholarship Scheme).Peter shares his experience and knowledge with the 3rd year sports & exercise science students at Anglia Ruskin University delivering lectures in injury prevention and rehabilitation.He is also contracted by Anglia Ruskin University to lead the sports therapy & rehabilitation service for the scholar athletes. Peter is also contracted by the football association to help one of thevisually impaired England football team squad in preparation for the upcoming European Championship in Berlin this year.
For over 13 years Tristan has been the lead Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Cambridge, using his knowledge and experience of training principles to enhance the performance and recovery of the individuals and teams he has worked with. Tristan has completed a BSc (Hons) in Sport Science as an undergraduate and then went on to complete an MSc in Strength and Conditioning. Tristan has worked with a wide range of clients including professional footballers at Norwich City and international level athletes from a wide range of sporting disciplines including shooting, triathlon, hockey, fencing, rugby, water skiing, orienteering and sailing. Specifically through his work on TASS (Talented Athletic Scholarship Scheme) he trained a Paralympic Gold Medalist (Beijing Olympics) as well as Commonwealth Games athletes