About Me.

Learn more about me and what I do.

A Lifelong Passion.

As a child performance in tennis was my passion, drive and motivation. This led to my interest in coaching, strength and conditioning, nutrition and psychology. I started coaching from a young age and have been coaching ever since. I’ve been hugely fortunate to have coached home and abroad as well as managed international training camps with players and coaches from all over the world. My experience in the world of strength and conditioning includes training a variety of National and International athletes and teams as well a triple gold world champion.

Online Course

Are you a coach, parent, teacher, volunteer or student studying sport? Would you like to deepen your knowledge and understanding of coaching young athletes? Would you like to get the answers to questions you’ve always wanted more clarification on? Check out my course in coaching young athletes.

Changing a life.

Coaching led to teaching, mentoring and tutoring. I’ve lectured on a coaching and performance degree programme, been responsible for the strategic direction of sport in an independent school as the director of sport and regularly deliver coach education. Resilience, optimism, discipline, respect, leadership, communication skills as well as a relentless attitude and work ethic are all traits of an athlete that could be applied to anything in life.

People in all walks of life can learn huge amounts from the sporting world and how athletes train and think which has seen me deliver key note talks at business events for corporate companies. The thing I love most about coaching is the opportunity to change a life, helping you be the success you were born to be.

A Little More About Me...

  • I love learning
  • I love to be active
  • I like eating, sometimes a little too much
  • I didn't start playing tennis until the age of 12
  • I don't drink tea or coffee which people find weird
  • I understand the power of having an inspiring coach
  • I am grateful for my family, friends and mentors who have helped me learn and supported me to get to where I am today

Coaching
Philosophy.

Coaching is about helping you bridge the gap between where you are now and where you would like to be. My coaching philosophy has developed over many years and the following areas are key to my coaching and to your success.

Simplicity

Complexity results in confusion. The best athletes are those who do the simple things better than anyone else consistently. This can be applied to any area of your life.

Accountability

There is a reason the best athletes in the world have a coach despite already being the best. To continue to be challenged, inspired, guided and to be held accountable to.

Education

I believe in knowledge and understanding not just following. When you follow it is tough to correct your own mistakes and progress.