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ABOUT ME

Luke Worthington, a qualified Sports Scientist, has a lifetime of experience in international and elite level sport. Having been a former international athlete and world record holder he has an understanding of the unique demands athletes place on their bodies.

Luke has a keen interest in working with individuals seeking to maximise performance or recovering from an injury, and is proud to be at the forefront of a new approach to human movement known as Postural Restoration, developed in Nebraska, USA.

Having worked in the UK, USA, Russia and Ukraine, Luke is fortunate enough to have worked alongside some of the Worlds leading coaches and medical professionals in preparing athletes for competition at British, European, Commonwealth, World, and Olympic level.

Luke is the Strength and Conditioning coach to the England Legends Football team, as featured in the ITV documentary Harry’s Heroes. His client list includes multiple World champions in football, rugby, athletics, boxing and martial arts, he has also prepared performers for some of the biggest roles on stage and screen.

Coming from a background in professional sports, Luke’s philosophy is we are all athletes. We all want and need our bodies to perform optimally and pain free. Whether our aim is to score the winning goal in the world cup final, or just to look a little better for a summer holiday – we all have the right to enjoy what our bodies can do for us.

Improving the quality of, and access to education within sports, health and fitness is of utmost importance to ensure the continued development of the industry – Luke runs his own education series in the UK and USA, and often collaborates with other figures in the sports performance, medical or fitness worlds to deliver specialised workshops, and works with both Nike UK and Last Pick Athletics Club to produce educational content that is available to all.

Luke’s belief is that we can optimise our physical potential by understanding the relationship between biomechanics, neuromechanics, psychology and emotional wellbeing. Once we understand that these systems are in fact one – we can truly understand what we are capable of.