A Vision of Exercise: Tales of Inspiring People and Organisations

A Vision of Exercise: Tales of Inspiring People and Organisations

by Andrew Edwards

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Overview

Exercise training has greatly helped Andrew Edwards manage his autism, his anxiety levels, and the depression he has experienced in spells throughout his adult life. With this in mind, A Vision of Exercise sees Andrew explore inspiring stories of individuals and organisations – with a particular emphasis on disability sport – who have taken sport and exercise in new, interesting, and valuable directions.

With help from the first Welsh footballer to win the European Cup, a Rio 2016 Paralympic Medallist, International Wheelchair Rugby League Players, England International Disability Cricketers, a former European-level Triathlete, and many others, Andrew finds out how the power of exercise can positively influence both body and mind.

Andrew also discusses his personal journey with exercise. In particular, the weight loss and health improvements he has achieved since working with Geraint Roberts at Number One Health Strength Performance.

The book's foreword is by Sarah Taylor, three-time Ashes winning, and four-time World Cup winning cricketer.

Table of Contents

Foreword by Sarah Taylor

Prologue

1. Sabrina Fortune

2. Rochdale Mind

3. Brickfield Rangers

4. Disability Cricket

5. Wheelchair Rugby League

6. Wheely Good Fitness

7. Autism and Exercise

8. Cwm Wanderers F.C. Autism Academy

9. Wrexham Boxing Club

10. Joey Jones

11. Charlotte Roach and Rabble

12. Rosie Henry

13. Lord’s Taverners

14. My Story

15. Melanie’s Tale

16. Number One Health Strength Performance

Epilogue

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781910773611
Publisher: Bennion Kearny Limited
Publication date: 04/18/2018
Pages: 104
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.22(d)

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