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Physiotherapist, Sports Scientist and Coach
I am the Founder Director of Claire Adams Total Health. After graduating with a BSc in Sports Science in 2005, I progressed working for large commercial companies as a personal trainer until I could start my own business. I have also worked as a tutor and assessor in the fitness industry plus I have given invited talks within the corporate sector.
I always had an aspiration to become a Physiotherapist. At the age of 25, I decided to go back to university and studied Physiotherapy degree at Queen Margaret University, graduating in July 2014.
I embrace the challenge of working with all types of individuals. I enjoy implementing specific goals and rehabilitation plans to achieve the best outcomes for my patients and clients. I have a keen interest in functional anatomy and exercise rehabilitation. I also believe in continually developing and enhancing my skills. Alongside running my business I work part time at NHS Fife within an outpatient department.
Coach and Sports Therapist
Regular exercising can be very rewarding in terms of wellbeing, which is why I have decided to become an exercise professional.
My philosophy focuses on continual learning as I work towards enhancing my knowledge in order to guide and inspire my clients on their journey to a healthier life. After 3 years of studies at Edinburgh college I obtained fitness instructing, personal training and sports therapist qualifications, finished with academic excellence award in Sport and Fitness in 2016. I am also pursuing BSc BiologicalSciences (Human Health) degree at Heriot Watt University to enrich my current knowledge and expand my abilities.
I worked at Claire Adams Total Health since 2016 where I strive only for the
best results for my clients each time. I enjoy guiding them and support through
the journey to healthier lifestyle and I am committed to help achieve their
My journey with fitness started in my teenage years when I wasn’t happy with my look and physique. I wasn’t confident with myself at the time so I started to experiment with nutrition and exercise. As well as my appearance changing, I realised that I feel more energetic too.
Weightlifting became my passion, which led me to begin bodybuilding. I’ve started participating in UKUP and in 2016 I place first Miss Bikini and Miss Fitness Model Scotland and 5th place in Brit. Competing Test my limits build my discipline and most important helps me to learn about the physique. This rewarding experience definitely puts my skills in good use towards training other people.
I’m constantly expanding my knowledge about fitness in order to help you meet your goals. You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great!