You can train like an athlete & eat like a nutritionist but if you don’t take the time to recover you’ll never progress. Your body needs time to grow and repair & that’s exactly why I became a Sports Massage Therapist, as i know how important it is to improve your physical, physiological and psychological health. This treatment is suitable for both sports people & non-athletes alike and can help with injuries, chronic pain, muscle aches and restricted range of motion in all of us!
Working with elite, professional athletes & becoming qualified as a sports scientist has given me a great foundation of knowledge to give you the best advice on fitness & health to optimise your life. If training in a large gym intimidates you, you lack the knowledge to achieve your goals on your own or you feel as if you’re working hard & not seeing results I’m here to create a tailor made fitness & nutrition program to transform your lifestyle.
Want to get fit? Lose weight? Build muscle? Or simply enjoy a session with friends? Take your fitness goals to the next level with Buddy PT at the NEW KP STUDIO! From fat loss & stamina to speed & strength, group training will fire up your metabolism for days after a session & leave you & your friends feeling awesome! Incorporating bodyweight, weights & kettlebells into one full body session. You can go at your own pace and (weight level) so it is perfect for any age and ability. Maximum of 3. Spread the cost between you.
kat parnell BSc
Working full time with professional footballers to aid in their recovery pre/post training and on match days.
Working with Colchester United First team, elite tri-athletes and professional sports teams.
Creating fitness/nutrition programmes and instructing gym members.
•London Marathon 3hrs 48mins (2016) •Ninja Warrior contestant UK Series 1 (2015) •Regional Powerlifting Champion (2015) •First Aid (2014) •London Marathon (2014-3hrs 28mins) •Spinning Beginners Life Fitness Course (2014) •Level 3 Business Skills (2013) •Level 3 Personal Trainer (2013) •Netball Umpire (2013) •Level 2 Gym Instructor (2012) •CRB (2012) •Ipswich Half Marathon Winner (1hr 30mins) •Debut Born2tri Sprint Duathlon 1st Female (HPU) •Ipswich Triathlon Club Duathlon 3rd Female •Debut Virgin London Marathon (2012-3hrs 33mins) •Tony Rich Outstanding Sporting Achievement Award – Essex University (2012) •University Full Colours (2012) •TV appearance with HPU (2012) •London Olympic Torchbearer (2012) •Ipswich Town Ladies FC (2012-2016) •Suffolk Cup Winners (2012) •University of Essex FC Women’s 1st (2009-2012) Vice Captain (2010-2011) •Suffolk Women’s Captain (2008-2009) •Colchester United Ladies FC (2009-2011) •UMBRO fives at Wembley with ITLFC (2008) •Won ‘Champions of the Future’ for England Schools (2008) •Received ‘highly recommended’ commendation in the “Suffolk Youth Sports Personality Awards” (2007) •FA 1st 4 Sport Level 1 Football Coach (2007) •Child Protection Certificate (2007) •ABC First Aid Award (2007) •Safeguarding Children Award (2007) •Ipswich Town Football CoE (2002-2007) •England U16 Player of the Year (2005) •Represented Suffolk for Cross Country (2004-2006)
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Sports Massage session
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