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About Me

Andy Reay is a former England U21 international player with an additional 10 years of Premiership (Harlequins and Bristol) and Championship rugby experience.

Currently playing at a semi professional level in the championship with Moseley RFC, he is sharing his knowledge in how to change body shape, improve fitness and improve quality of life for his personal training clients.

Using knowledge gained from high level sport, Andy creates personalised programmes and achievable goals for clients with a wide range of abilities and fitness levels.

In addition to personal training, Andy’s passion for, and career in rugby allows him to offer cutting edge rugby coaching. Drawing on experience gained from some of the best players and coaches in English and World rugby he will put your team two steps ahead of the rest.

Qualifications

REPS Level 3 Personal Training
REPS Level 3 Sports Therapy and Massage
Currently studying an Open University degree
RFU level 2 Rugby coaching Award
Completed Margot Wells Wellfast School of Speed course
First aid trained

Testimonials

I first went to Andy in jan 09 having a history of lower back pain and, more recently, difficulty in walking. In may 2009 a consultant diagnosed the walking difficulty as being aided by scoliosis/stenosis and gave me the choice of an operation or lose weight and get fit, I chose the latter. Since then Andy has created a structured programme of exercise that is varied, progressive and works to targeted levels of achievement. These exercises not only have improved my basic strength and fitness, legs and arms etc, but also the 'hidden' muscles that do so much to support the body.

He judges capability well and knows the difference between stretching it and straining it, all the while giving encouragement where deserved. Supporting the exercises, Andy provided advice on healthy eating, suggesting beneficial foods, menus and diets. Suffice to say that I have very little low back pain and my walking has improved considerably. I am conscious of how much healthier I am as a result if Andys efforts and am grateful to him.

One word of warning, if he gives you a small exercise weight, it's going to hurt

John Holliday (age 64)
Surveyor

For the past two years I have been training with Andy and no two sessions have been the same. He draws on his extensive knowledge of exercises to keep the boredom, often experienced when working out on my own, at bay and even makes them (dare I say it) fun. He motivates me to get me through the toughest of exercises and gets those last few reps out of me when I would normally give up. I would highly recommend Andy to anyone who has any fitness goals they want to achieve from losing weight to running Marathons.

Rachel Sparks