WHAT WE STAND FOR
For the performance academy, We aim to bring a professional standard service to the semi-pro, amateur and youth level of sport aimed at physical athletic development. We provide a pathway for long term athletic development within the school system and support and assist the provision of sport science within professional teams and academies.
For the Sport Fundamentals we aim to improve childhood obesity and increase the amount children want to partake in sport. We aim to create fun and engaging sessions that look at all the motor skills children would use in sports.
Train with the best. Liam specializes in late stage rehabilitation and strength and conditioning for footballers. He holds a first-class hons degree in Sport rehabilitation and a Masters in Sport Psychology with specific focus on skill acquisition.
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Liam is a forward-thinking individual with a track record leading on the development and implementation of relevant strength and conditioning, injury prevention and rehabilitation programs for elite youth and senior athletes at various levels of amateur and professional sport.
Liam is currently undertaking a masters in strength and conditioning at St Mary’s University. Over the past 5 years Liam has developed a track record, leading on the development and implementation of relevant Strength and Conditioning, injury prevention and rehabilitation programs for elite youth and senior athletes at a number of professional clubs including Millwall FC, London Welsh RFC, Northampton Town FC and currently Sutton Tennis Academy. Liam has previously worked with aspiring dancers from The Urdang Academy.
Connie hosts over ten years’ experience as a competitive amateur dancer as well spending the past 5 years as a manager for several leading Oxford Street stores. Over the past few years, Connie has transitioned into becoming an S&C coach with specific focus on dancers and swimmers.
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Having competed as both a dancer and a swimmer, Connie has over 15 years’ experience as a competitive athlete. She started Ballroom and Latin dancing at the age of 4 and has danced on the competition circuit ever since, in solo, as a partnership and Formation Team events making the finals at the Open Championships every year. Her personal highlights include achieving ranking 2nd at the champions of tomorrow, and 4th and British formation championships.
Connie is a qualified Level 4 S&C coach and is currently studying a masters in strength and conditioning at St Mary’s University, being one of a selected few students to be offered a place on this program through a non-degree pathway due to her significant sporting success.
As well as working as a strength and condition coach Connie also teaches dance at The Studio CT where her specialisms are Latin and Ballroom dance, but she teaches a variety of differing styles.