Mr Andy Page, Strength and Conditioning Coach

Mr Andy Page MSc ASCC CSCS

Strength and Conditioning Coach

MSc ASCC CSCS
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MrAndy Page,Strength & Conditioning

Mr Andy Page is a recommended Strength and Conditioning Coach

Dynamic Exercise For Everyone - Part 1

Dynamic Exercise For Everyone - Part 1

Dynamic Exercise For Everyone - Part 2

Dynamic Exercise For Everyone - Part 2

Dynamic Exercise For Everyone - Part 3

Dynamic Exercise For Everyone - Part 3

Dynamic Exercise For Everyone - Part 4

Dynamic Exercise For Everyone - Part 4

Areas of expertise

  • Strength & conditioning
  • Lactate threshold testing
  • Strength and power training for team sports
  • Injury prevention & movement quality
  • Endurance training
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  • byMr Simon Owen-Johnstone, Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon

    Andy is interested to work with the underlying anatomical and physiological processes involved in injury and recovery, not simply to ‘train out of pain’. A nicely considered approach. He’s a mad keen cyclist, swimmer and runner : puts his money where his mouth is!

  • byMr Simon Owen-Johnstone, Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon

    Andy is interested to work with the underlying anatomical and physiological processes involved in injury and recovery, not simply to ‘train out of pain’. A nicely considered approach. He’s a mad keen cyclist, swimmer and runner : puts his money where his mouth is!

  • Address

    • Telephone or video consultation

      Available for patients, please call to arrange, London, WC2A 1EN

    • Pure Sports Medicine, Chancery Lane WC2A

      36 Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1EN

    About Mr Andy Page

    UKSCA: UKSCA.19467

    Year qualified: 2010

    Place of primary qualification: Loughborough University

    Andy works as a Strength and Conditioning Coach at Pure Sports Medicine, Chancery Lane WC2A in London. His clinical interests are in strength and power development, injury prevention & movement quality and endurance training. His sporting interests are in football, rugby, running, cycling, triathlon and crossfit.

    Andy graduated in Sports and Exercise Science from Loughborough University in 2010. He has also worked with Crystal Palace Football Club and Leicester City Football Club before joining Pure Sports Medicine.

    Areas of expertise

    • Endurance training
    • Exercise physiology
    • First aid
    • Fitness
    • Fitness training
    • Injury prevention
    • Injury prevention & movement quality
    • Lactate threshold testing
    • Personal training
    • Rehabilitation
    • Sports management
    • Sports nutrition
    • Strength & conditioning
    • Strength and power development
    • Strength training

    Frequently asked questions

  • What are the common symptoms that your patients tend to present with?

    From a common symptoms point of view, we see different types of patients compared to a doctor or a physiotherapist. Typically, we split them into two camps, where either they are individuals that have let their strength or physical capacity drop too low for a number of factors, whether they be a medical, lifestyle, recent acute injuries like musculoskeletal injuries or even issues around mental health. That's one type of patient.

    Or we have those that are pushing towards a new goal, and that can be everything from elite sportsmen and women – and we see a number of professional athletes at Pure Sports Medicine – to the person who has never felt they're able to play tennis or never felt they've been able to run 5K or have never felt they've been comfortable in the gym, essentially looking for the physical tools and looking for the map and we're there to help them find it. This is typically what I see when it comes to patient symptoms. It's quite a wide spectrum.

  • What are the treatments that you're able to offer your patients?

    I do everything from a basic introduction to exercise and training for people who are elderly or people who have pre-existing medical conditions like arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis. That includes planning and structuring their exercise, so it fits into their everyday life and supports their overall physical condition through to long-term training plans for marathons, Iron Man and seasonal support (supporting someone throughout a competitive season for team sport athletes and professionals, and that includes things like strength, mobility, injury prevention, endurance training, you name it).

  • What are your areas of sub-specialist interest?

    I work a lot with endurance athletes and teams sport players, such as footballers and rugby players. In recent years, I've taken a keen interest in helping those with rheumatological conditions, to plan and structure their exercise to allow a continuing benefit from exercise and to avoid overtraining and burnout.

    I do a lot of work with injury prevention and movement quality, as well as improving fitness characteristics, such as strength, mobility, power and endurance.

  • Professional memberships

    National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)
    UKSCA

    Articles by Mr Andy Page

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    Marathon ready programme

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    The best leg exercises for all levels of gym-goer

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