WELCOME TO OUR MAY GUEST BLOGGER, LIAM GRIMLEY - PRINCIPAL REHABILITATOR & TRAINER AT ELEVATE
New month means new guest blogger, YAY! :)
Back in March, when we were lucky enough to have Megan blog for us, she mentioned about her husband being interested as well.. As he is a Personal Trainer, we thought he would be the perfect addition to our list of guests, as we all would like to achieve a healthy, sporty body..Right? :) And of course as it's nearly summer, we are all kind of last minute panicking about our summer bodies, aren't we.. Well, worry no more guys, we got you covered! ;)
Liam Grimley BSc. (Hons) GSR
Liam Grimley is founder and principal Rehabilitator & Trainer at Elevate, he is also the developer of the RUNatural Method.
"I work with models, dancers, elite athletes and complete beginners and I am currently doing some exciting work with diabetics.
My fundamental approach inspires you to eat and move in the right way to achieve great health and unleash your physical potential. My approach to diet looks at what you eat and when you eat it to create the healthiest diet for you. My philosophy for exercise mixes every kind of movement and develops every part of your body inside and out so that you look great on the outside and have the most incredible body on the inside too. All of my work is based on real science and an deep understanding of how your body works, so you know that there is an inspiring purpose to every workout and every meal way beyond the burning and counting of calories."
Liam graduated from St. Mary’s University College West London in 2003 with a combined honours degree in Sport Rehabilitation and Sport Science. He represented the university in athletics, football and basketball and continues to expand his hands-on knowledge in a variety of sports including rugby union, cycling, skiing, rock climbing and rowing.
Liam has a passion for biomechanics and human movement with a particular interest in running gait and strength training techniques. With over a decade’s experience in the field and the clinical setting, Liam has developed an all encompassing approach to training and rehabilitation that puts technique at the forefront of what we do as athletes. If we have strong technique we can build a strong body for a strong performance with minimal risk of injury.
Liam’s previous appointments have included Rehabilitator & Trainer to England Fencing, Great Britain Fencing, Irish Legends Rugby and England Legends Rugby in addition to leading the Cannons (now Nuffield Health) Running Club.
Liam is a full member of the British Association of Sport Rehabilitators and Trainers (BASRaT).
Find Liam's new health & fitness book here: www.elevatesport.co.uk/product-category/eat-move