Druids are pleased to announce the addition of an experienced fitness and pilates instructor in Rosie Smith, to help the first team and academy maintain their strength and fitness during the national lockdown.
Head of Coaching Jayson Starkey has commented “We are extremely happy to welcome Rosie to Cefn Druids. Rosie has been involved with the 1st team since the new year and I am really pleased we are able to extend our partnership to the academy. Rosie will be delivering a range of different workouts weekly via an online platform. Working closely with our head of performance and sport science Levi Challoner, Rosie will be able to maintain a level of fitness for all our players and work on injury prevention for when we are able to return to football.”
On joining the Druids family, Rosie said, “Although current lockdown restrictions are proving difficult, I am glad to be able to work with both the Cefn Druids 1st team & the academy doing some online training sessions. I hope to offer them an all-around approach to their training, working through strength, mobility, control, and stamina. It’s great to be able to work with a group from a competitive sport and gain some insight into the industry outside of a typical gym environment. I’m looking forward to seeing them progress through our sessions and hopefully watch them enjoy the process too!”
Stay tuned for a closer look at Rosie’s online sessions on our social media!
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