Stuarts Out and Back Enduro Challenge

As part of the “Practise What You Preach” philosophy at the centre, Stuart Levett of Foundry Fitness has opted to do a 5 day challenge covering over 200 miles of running, kayak and biking. He will commence from the Studio in Stanley Road on 7th June, run to Liphook on day 1, day 2 he then runs to Portsmouth, day 3 we kayak across the Solent (hopefully landing on the Isle of Wight and not end up in France!) before cycling 67 miles around the Isle of Wight and then kayaking back across the Solent, day 4 running form Portsmouth back to Liphook and ending on day 5 by running from Liphook to Teddington, ending at the Gold Post Box which marks Mo Farah’s inspirational winning performances at the Olympics.

The Challenge is to raise money for 3 charities – The Shooting Star CHASE, the Mo Farah Foundation and the South West Thames Kidney Fund

At TW1 Physiotherapy Ltd, we are proud to be supporting Stuart by providing the support vehicle (the easy part), managing his injuries (the slightly harder part) and running (part of the way, I hasten to add), kayaking and biking with him (the hardest part!!)

As I am sure you will all agree, these are some worthy cause and we would like to see as much money raised as possible. This is the link to the Virgin Just Giving page is you would like to make a donation.

http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiser-web/fundraiser/showFundraiserProfilePage.action?userUrl=stuart-levett&isTeam=true

With thanks

TW1 Physiotherapy Ltd

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Gino qualified from the West Middlesex School of Physiotherapy in 1985, went on to gain his Masters degree from University College London in 1994 before embarking on his Phd at Kings College London in 1999. He was Director of the Brunel University Sports and Dance Injury Clinic where he also worked as a Senior Lecturer on the BSc Physiotherapy course. He is currently employed as a Senior Lecturer at St Mary's University College on the BSc Sport Rehabilitation and MSc Sport and exercise Rehabilitation and is regularly involved in lecturing at a number of universities and professional conferences to Physiotherapists, Surgeons and other healthcare professionals. He has been involved with the assessment and management of injured athletes of all levels, amateur, professional, national and international including Premiership football and rugby and has recently lectured to medics preparing for the 2012 Olympics.

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