Rhys Ingram has nearly 10 years of experience within the field of Sports Performance and during this time he has earned himself a reputation for getting results with his athletes using whatever method necessary.

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Rather than specialising in one sport or training method, Rhys adapts his methods of Strength, Conditioning and Nutrition to suit the athlete and sport he is presented with.

He has worked with some of the country's top athletes in several different sports as well as spending many hours working with the next generation of athletes when working with the different academies around the UK.

His experiences extend from working with Cardiff Blues rugby team during their 2 most successful seasons, the British Fencing National Academy and several National Championship winning academies – and assisted in the physical testing of the Harlequins Premiership Rugby team.

Rhys currently works with Hartpury College; one of the UK's leading sports colleges and universities, where he is in charge of the Women's Rugby Academy, the Golf Academy and The Modern Pentathlon Academy, as well as assisting with other college teams.

Rhys has also travelled all over the UK delivering lectures and coaching clinics to fencing clubs and training camps and he regularly answers questions via email or online at the Fencing Forum S&C pages.

Amongst his successful CV of clients, Rhys was proud to have assisted 16 year old fencer Philip Marsh, who fought his way through at the Junior World Championships in Jordan this year to become the first British Under-20 World Champion since 1976.

Rhys is available for consultations or coaching to help with any aspect of your training whether for specific team programmes or for individuals.