Recovery and Regeneration with Nick Grantham

Recovery and reneration is an overlooked part of optimising our client’s performance.  If we as instructors can get this right then our clients and class participants will achieve fat loss much quicker and get better results. Nick Grantham explains why in this brilliant interview

Nick has become recognised as a specialist in athletic preparation and has helped athletes at all levels achieve their personal goals and ambitions. Nick has worked in high performance sport for more than 10 years and has extensive experience of long term athlete development. As lead strength and conditioning coach to National Governing Body’s and Home Institutes Nick has been responsible for the management, development and delivery of integrated physical preparation strategies for a wide range of sports.

Nick has developed and delivered physical preparation strategies, incorporating other disciplines such as sport science, physiotherapy, nutrition, performance analysis and biomechanics. He has also worked closely with medical teams assisting in the management, monitoring and implementation of injury management programmes.

A sought after ‘expert’ Nick has presented seminars and practical demonstrations on strength and conditioning for the Football Association, the National Sports Medicine Institute, the British Olympic Association and the UK Strength and Conditioning Association.  Nick has articles published in leading sports publications such as Triathlete’s World, Men’s Health and Men’s Fitness including monthly columns in Sports Injury Bulletin and Maxim magazine.

What will you learn in this interview?

1.Why is recovery and regeneration important?
2. How do recovery strategies improve adaptation?
3. A full explanation of  fatigue and the different types that there are?
4. What sort of things can we do to recover from fatigue?
5. In terms of group exercise and personal training, what realistic recovery strategies can we put into place to allow our clients/customers to ge the best out of their workouts.
6. How we can REALLY stand out from the rest of instructors out there?

As usual this is a brilliant interview.  Click the play button or image below to hear it.


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