FITNESSLAB

Ollie

Achieve your best by replacing your excuses with solutions.

Professional Experience

Ollie holds a BSc in Strength and Conditioning Science and has been in the fitness industry for about 7 years. In that time, he has worked with a diverse range of clients, including general population, NCAA Division 1 American Football Players (some who have gone on to the NFL), youth cricketers and Muay Thai and MMA fighters.

Male personal trainer lifting barbell
Male personal trainer lifting barbell

Coaching Philosophy

Mobility and stability are key to all fitness goals. If we lack the required mobility or stability component at a joint, it is made up elsewhere in the body which leads to inefficient movement and potentially injury. Both of which will bring any fitness goal to a complete standstill, whether its losing body fat, building muscle or running a marathon.

Personal Interests

Fitness wise Ollie enjoys lifting weights. He has previously trained in boxing, Muay Thai and Jiu-Jitsu (he has competed at two Jiu-Jitsu competitions, earning a silver medal at super heavyweight). Outside of fitness, Ollie enjoys watching MMA, American Football, video games and is a huge comic book nerd.

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Would you like to book personal training with Ollie?

Contact us today to book your free consultation which involves meeting with one of our expert coaches, facility tour, detailed goal setting questionnaire, initial personal training and session, recap and action plan to move forward with.

OLLIE’S TRAINNING BLOG

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THE IMPORTANCE OF REST DAYS

Getting in your workouts and nailing your nutrition is crucial when it comes to achieving your fitness goals – we all know that. Chances are you take the time each week to schedule in your training sessions and think about what your meals are going to look like. But are you also planning your rest […]
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WORKOUT LINGO – PART TWO

As we explained in Part 1 when you’re trying to exercise more, it can be a little overwhelming when you are confronted with lots of new terminology that you’re not familiar with. At Grow, you’re likely to come across terms like HIIT, AMRAP or Tabata, which we defined in last week’s blog. If you’re starting to learn […]