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Reigate Academy Sport is an affiliated community club focused on providing opportunities for fun, health and achievement to disadvantaged young people who love sports and enjoy playing to County and National level.

We not only provide top-level technical training skills, but we encourage and overall healthy lifestyle and academic mentoring by developing skills helping athletes and sports-people reach their full potential. We ultimately get our clients ready for life as a professional sports person, we put them in front of the coaches and clubs who can change their career and ask that they give 100% commitment in any Athlete Performance Development classes or Physiotherapy activities.

We provide a focus and channel for young people to belong, not feel lonely and be able to express their fears and aspirations in a safe environment, without being judged.

For the community, we host well-being family events, and free community days once a month to showcase our local sporting talents, to ensure success. David, a certified Level 3 Sports Conditioning Coach (winner of Reigate and Banstead Entrepreneur award 2017) runs the club.

From the age of ten to the age of fourteen, I played for Millwall Girls Centre of Excellence. Having been on and off with football throughout six years, I finally decided to take football seriously again.

Choosing TORtraining was an easy decision for me due to the fact that I had previously done research on the website in order to realise that this was the best option, in order for me to maintain fitness in addition to developing my technical ability.

Having met with David, I was able to decide that he is a good personal trainer and pushes me in a unique way in order to retrieve results. What I admire most about him is his fresh outlook towards fitness. Which is why I’m glad to continue our 1 2 1 sessions, David is one who has my best interests at heart.

Over the last month, I have had a few training sessions with Leyton Orient in addition to one on one sessions with TORtraining which has enabled me to be more confident on the ball, fitness is gradually improving and I have seen a noticeable difference technically in matches. I am now more focused and have been shown how important it is that I remain motivated whilst undertaking training sessions as they can be hard but the thought of winning and being a part of a solid team is what drives my hard work.

In the next six to twelve months, I know I will have achieved full fitness, but my goal is to be a regular starter in the Leyton Orient first team, helping the team towards promotion and hopefully become a successful physiotherapist, as I am currently studying Sport and Exercise Science at university.