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Sophie Hellyer is an athlete, entrepreneur and activist. Here she speaks about her love of swimming in cold water, the fundamental place it has in
Sophie Grace Holmes is truly the epitome of grit and determination. Living with Cystic Fibrosis, a life-threatening genetic condition, she continuously astonishes medical professionals who
How to make the impossible happen: we hear it from Akin Solanke, founder of athlete agency The Athletic Network
Akin Solanke is the CEO and founder of The Athletic Network, an agency at the forefront of athlete representation. With the current climate and COVID
How to stay motivated: let’s hear it from Rene-Roberts Patel, a fitness lover and woman of resilience
Founder of MI-GYM Rene-Roberts Patel tells us about her passion for fitness and her journey as an entrepreneur, from South Africa to the UK.
Grow and challenge yourself: we speak with India Bailey about her experience and path to fitness coaching.
Calling her a fitness coach seems like an understatement, India Bailey’s approach to fitness is closer to life coaching and management than anything else. For
Aches and pains are poorly correlated with injury. Pain coach Richmond Stace shares how he enables his patients to live more fulfilling lives.
Many athletes experience this regularly, after intense sports, the body can be left with muscles and joints aching. Runners’s knee is common amongst runners, a
Rachael Okesola is a young professional who turned her passion into an online success. With Afrifitness, she built a community of dozens of thousands of
How to turn your passion into your work: we speak with Lloyd Kempson, running coach and Team Project Run founder
Lloyd is an ambitious professional athlete who turned his passion into his work. He founded Team Project Run, a community-driven coaching global business. Llyod tells
At the crossroads of self-defense and mindfulness: we speak with athlete and entrepreneur Nathan Obadia, founder of Self Collective
Nathan Obadia is the 32-year old founder of Self Collective, which offers group classes on an innovative body & mind training methodology in the centre
Kim Shipton is the founder of Cedar Studio Pilates. She discovered pilates after being diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, a painful inflammatory autoimmune condition which
Sarah Drai (also known as @thefrenchyyogini), has been leading the success of Yogi2Me, the on-demand, at-home yoga lessons app, for a few years with passion.