Joanna Weintritt

Joanna Weintritt

Personal Trainer, Zumba Instructor & Head Coach

Strength for Running Matters

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He does crazy long hills runs, Celtman every so often, he also plays underwater hockey and he also finds time for a Strong Club! This is Matt’s story:”

”I’ve never had any desire (or ability) to be a muscle-bound hulk or an Olympic gymnast so had always written off any kind of strength or mobility training as irrelevant to me.
 
However, when I got into my 30s I noticed I started to pick up more and more niggles and injuries through sport and exercise and became vaguely aware I should probably pay more attention to it.
 
Unfortunately, unlike running and cycling, which I can muddle through myself, and swimming, where I’ve been going to an excellent class for years, it’s an area I knew very little about and therefore put off doing something about it.
 
Going to Strong Club over the last couple of years has been excellent at dealing with this – I’m finally putting some time and effort into improving my strength and conditioning and the parts focusing on stretching and mobility really seem to help my recovery.
 
Most importantly (touch wood) I seem to be getting less injuries. Whilst I’m pretty sure I’m still not going to be Mr Universe or a professional acrobat it is letting me spend more of my time doing fun stuff and that’s something I’m very happy about.”
Matt
 
You can find out more about Strong Club here: https://fitnesssoul.co.uk/strong-club/

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