Tennis Photo Shoot Iman 2014Wow, where did July go?

It’s been such a busy month, there has been no time to blog.

We have seen a very high number of enquiries here at BodyCHEK and we have started working with a number of new clients including a young tennis player, which I am always excited about.

I have treated a number of people this month with shoulder and neck injuries and the results have been very dramatic. It never ceases to amaze me how fast Active Release Technique® can be to reduce or eliminate pain. It’s great to combine ART® with the CHEK Approach, so not only am I able to get people out of pain fast, but give them appropriate exercise, nutrition & lifestyle advice to prevent the pain returning.

We also ran a 21-Day Fat Loss Challenge where we ran training sessions every day for 6-days a week, alternating between resistance training and high intensity interval training. The participants also had diet plans to follow and advice on food shopping and cooking. Each of the participants did extremely well losing inches and body fat.

I also taught the Anatomy & Physiology workshop to The CHEK Europe Academy students in Year 1 in Lancashire, I delivered a lecture, The Grand Slam of Tennis Conditioning” at The Fit Pro Convention at Excel in London and organised and supervised a photo shoot for my upcoming book, “The Tennis Biomechanics Manual” and upcoming course that I’ve developed for The CHEK Institute, “The CHEK Tennis Conditioning Series Level 1”.

The photo shoot was really great fun. Paul West, the photographer did a great job as did the models, Claud Sarjeant and Iman Metwally.

The end of July finished with a trip back to Lancashire to teach CHEK Practitioner Level 1 with fellow CHEK Faculty Matthew Wallden. It was a great course (as always), with a great bunch of students who I have seen develop greatly since their first CHEK experience. It was definitely one of the most enjoyable courses I have ever taught! Wow, July really did go quick. Watch out to see what is going on in August!!!

Until next time…