Luke Stevens – Strength and Conditioning Coach
Phone: 01453 75548
2015: University of Gloucestershire
Luke is currently studying a Master of Science Degree (MSc) in Sports Therapy at The University Gloucestershire.
- Sports Injury Management: Medicine, Rehabilitation and Therapy
- Sports Massage
- Strength and Conditioning
- Running Clinic
Clinical Sporting Interests
- Biomechanics and Corrective Exercise
- Elite Level Ergogenic Sport Performance Enhancement
- Human/ Sports Physiology and Anatomy
- Nutrition for Sport Exercise and Conditioning
- Sports Coaching
- Sports Physiology
Cheltenham Town FC
Swindon Town FC
Bristol City FC
City of Bristol Elite Performance Swimming
Elite National British Swimming Athlete 2010
Luke’s recent blogs
- Glutes Not Firing or Working – A renowned question often asked. The answer is yes they are as long as you’re standing! The gluteal region is a general term which highlights an area comprising of 3 muscle structures. The Gluteus Maximus is the biggest muscle in the body (however not always the strongest) hence why problems start to take effect.
- Knee Extension Mobility – Terminal knee extension muscle mechanics will allow the tibiofemoral joint to hyper-extend several degrees in motion, however certain mechanical structures restrict the lateral screw action to lock therefore limiting knee extension – “Screw home mechanism”.
- Injury prevention in the lower back – The number one gold standard approach to avoid repeated musculoskeletal injuries is corrective exercise rehabilitation and strength training. This will significantly reduce the risk of injury or consecutive injury in many cases.