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An athlete’s guide to avoiding the flu.
November 15, 2017
Intro   Getting ill sucks! We’ve all been there, tucked up in bed shivering and feeling sorry for ourselves. Here is my guide to avoiding the flu. Nobody enjoys being ill and it can have a terrible effect on an athlete’s fitness, training and performance. Not only does having a blocked nose reduce performance, it […]
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Welcome to Excelsior

strength and conditioning coach devonOur goal is to improve the athleticism of every sports person to help them achieve their full potential.

We do that by working with parents, teachers and coaches as well as the athlete themselves.

If you want expert strength and conditioning coaching and athletic development, you are in the right place.

  • If you live in Mid Devon or Wellington and are interested in Gymnastics, Athletics or Weightlifting, then see our Athletic Development Club page
  • If you are an athlete looking to improve your performance for your support then see our Strength and Conditioning page.
  • If you are a parent concerned about your child’s commitments and potential overload and are looking for support in helping your child get fitter safely then see our Young Athlete page.
  • If you are currently injured and looking for advice on how to get back to your sport safely, then see our Physiotherapy page.
  • If you are a sports coach, teacher or physiotherapist looking for CPD, then see our Strength and Conditioning Courses page.

If you are just interested in all things to do with getting fitter for sport then please make use of our free resources and sign up to our newsletter for more information. Find out who we are .  

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Exeter Chiefs Rugby Academy
James was in sole charge of fitness related matters, organising and implementing training programmes... also provided players with mentoring and advice on nutritional needs. He varied the programmes and was keen to keep ideas fresh and designed activities suitable to help young rugby player's progress. James was keen to put time into the thought process of his ideas and carry out to a very high standard.
 
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Educational Gymnastics: 23rd November, Devon.
23 Nov 2017

Educational Gymnastics Children today are physically illiterate. The massive reduction in time spent in free play has led to a generation of people who have yet to experience the joy of movement. Formal gymnastics (as seen at the Olympics) requires the child to strive to perform very specific skills. The end product of the skill […]

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