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Ian Grime UK Athletics

Freedomstrength’s products have allowed me to develop my strength and conditioning. Strength and conditioning sessions are a must and enable me to compete at the top level. Every product I have purchased from freedomstrength is of a high quality. As I get older the mobility and rehabilitation equipment has been particularly useful for me in helping to keep myself injury free. The freedomstrength staff provide an all-round excellent service with quick delivery and great after sales support.

Dr Ian Grime - Biography

Ian is an elite athlete representing England eleven times and Great Britain five times. His race distances are 1,500m, 3,000m indoors, 5,000m, cross country, 10k road and cross country. In 1997 he was the Great Britain Indoor 3,000m champion. This gained Ian selection for the World Indoor Championships. Furthermore, Ian won seven British Universities Championships. Ian also won team Bronze at the World University Cross-Country championships in 1998.

As a result of Ian's athletic achievements, Loughborough University made Ian a Sports Scholar from 1997-2000.

In 2004 Ian wanted a new challenge and therefore began training to compete at marathon distance. Consequently in 2007, Ian won the Edinburgh Marathon. Now a Masters Athlete representing England at 10k on the road, Ian has turned his attention to developing future UK Athletes.

Ian is a Level 3 Senior UK Athletics Performance Coach qualified to teach athletics. His specialist field are performance in endurance events which includes strength and conditioning. He is currently a senior coach to junior and senior athletes at Salford Harriers.


Ian's training sessions vary during different times of the year but as a general rule the concept2 rower, battle ropes and free weights are used.

" When doing weight training I concentrate on the three powerlifting movements Squat, deadlift and bench. These movements give me the foundation for my strength. I also include power cleans occasionally along with functional exercises. I cannot emphasise enough to my student athletes how important strength and conditioning is for any athlete."