Fitmedia are proud to work with the following champions from the world of sport:
Michelle is one of the UK’s most successful triple jumpers. After beginning her career as a long jumper, she transferred to Triple Jump 1992 and was soon leaps ahead of her competitors, breaking numerous British records along the way. Michelle was the first woman in the Commonwealth to jump over 14 metres. She then went on to make three World Championship Finals and European Finals and narrowly missed out on a medal at the Commonwealth Games in 1998. She represented Great Britain at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta.
Michelle retired from athletics at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, after nearly 15 years at the top.
I have worked with Fitmedia over a number of years and always found them to be forward thinking and professional. With an increase in inactivity and obesity, I think there has never been a better time to use their programmes, whether as a school or club, and find out why many schools and clubs are now reaping the benefits from their systems.
What I love about Fitmedia testing is the uniqueness of the testing, that it can be applied to any individual who wants to improve their fitness levels without discriminating.
We wanted the [Fitmedia] system in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, because it provides us with an evaluating tool to enable us to gain real data on the health and fitness levels of young people who comes to the park from the local schools. We are delighted to be working with Fitmedia and feel they have a unique and innovative system which fits with our “Active People, Active Park” philosophy.
I would highly recommend Fitmedia to come in and work with your school. They were fantastic, they were positive and were able to provide us with the raw data that we needed to see how much our children had improved with their fitness.