England's Strongest Woman (u63KG) 2016 & 2017
World's Strongest Woman 2018 (LW)
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Farah uses Floating to help recover from intense training and big competitions that she has coming up. Since winning Elite Body Works ‘in house’ Basingstoke Strongest Novice competition in July 2015 she has gone on to win England’s Strongest Woman u63kg in both 2016 & 2017 as well as Britain’s Strongest Woman in 2017 and placing 4th at the Arnold show in Ohio in 2017.
Farah has since become recognised as a leading international Strong Woman in her weight class and is due to compete at World’s Strongest Woman in December 2017.
Over the years she has noticed not only the importance of consistency with training but also with her recovery. Too many people want to train hard, but they don’t rest well, which long term can cause a higher risk of injury. By making sure to Float as often as possible, this ensures she is feeling good around training, helps to get her into the mindset coming up to competitions and relieves all anxiety about any competitors and allows her to focus on what she brings to the table on competition day.
Current UK Under 23 400m Champion with a Personal best of 46.59s.
Ben runs for Bath University and Abingdon Amblers Athletics Clubs and is aiming to represent Great Britain in both the European U23’S and the World Championships in 2019.
Oxford City Player
Craig Fasanmade (Left) is an exciting 19 year old Footballer from Oxford currently playing for Oxford City in the National League South. Craig can play as either a Striker or a Winger and finished the season strongly scoring in an appearance for Huddersfield U23’s. Multiple Professional clubs are currently tracking his progress.