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Become Strong & Successful with Tom Hibbert

Tom Hibbert

Tom Hibbert, 20/08/2015, England's Strongest Man, , , England

About Tom

Tom has a track record of results. He himself is a strongman champion. He also produces strongman champions. He himself is a successful business owner. He has also produces successful business owners.

Strength, happiness & success. If you are after these things Tom can guide you there. From the courses & seminars available on this website, to brain picking consults, we highly recommend you make the investment now!

Tom’s Qualifications

PICP Level 4
BioSignature Practitioner
Bachelor of Sciences in Sports Science
P.I.M.S.T.
Lotus Seed Life (Associate Specialist)
Touch for Health 1
Semi-Private Body Composition Internship with Charles Poliquin
I continue to consult with many leaders in the health & fitness industry on a weekly basis

Athlete Résumé

Owen Gayle: Pro MMA Flyweight (2009-2013)
Aaron Page: International Strongman Competitor (Open Category)
Matjaz Belsak: International Strongman Competitor (Open Category)
Richard Bull: World Ranked Sprint Triathlete
James Ward: International Strongman Competitor (u90kg Category)
Arram Eghoyan: World Powerlifting Champion & World Record Holder (WPF u82.5kg)
Darryn Wright: World Record Strongman u90kg Deadlift (340kg at u90kg)

Business Owner Résumé

James Smith (Elite-Bodyworks)

Chris Knott (Front Line Fit)

Conor McDonald (Conor McDonald Fitness)

Ben Thompson (Movement Enhanced)

Roan & Matt (CoActive Health)

Ant Jones (Shapeshifters Birmingham)


Testimonial
  • 5 Things I Learned on ‘In Session Skills’ (Chris Knott)

    I’m a big fan of Tom’s philosophy of being more than just a “rep counter” as a personal trainer. There’s a distinct difference between giving someone a good workout and assessing them, selecting the right exercises and then assisting them in improving movement patterns through a variety of techniques. These are the qualities of top level strength and conditioning coaches.

    Furthermore, I attended a course very similar to this 3 years ago. Tom’s version is much more precise, effective and immediately applicable. Amazingly, it’s also 10% of the cost I paid to attend the original course. This is a necessity for any coach looking to advance their career and dramatically improve the results they obtain will clients.

    #8Here are 5 things I learned on the Winning Performance “In Session Skills” seminar

    1. Re-setting the CNS prior to a session will increase neural drive and mobility.
    By using a very easily applicable manipulation, range of movement can be dramatically improved. This neural technique will also make acupuncture pressure points more effective later on in the session.

    2. You have to think outside the box.
    When clients complain of tight hamstrings, most trainers will then statically stretch the hamstrings in a prone position. This is treating the symptom and not the causation. It is important to assess the whole kinetic chain and look to identify the problem and not just apply a temporary fix.

    3. Tool Release is an excellent inter-set tool to apply to yourself and clients.
    Muscle adhesions can restrict range of motion, contraction speed and strength. The Soft Tissue tool is a very simple and easy way to quickly release muscle tissue and so therefore enhance performance straight away.

    4. Think Globally.
    All muscles are connected in the body. Problems in the hips may be caused from the foot, problems in the shoulder#2 may be caused from the hips and so on. By assessing movement as a whole and not just locally, you’ll be able to get better understanding and therefore response through treatment.

    5. Everything is connected.
    Similar to the point above, muscles aren’t just connected to other muscles, they’re connected to organs through meridians. An organ being stressed (through nutrition and lifestyle) can lead to a muscle being chronically switched off. This can lead to faulty firing patterns and increase the likelihood of injury. Although certain activation techniques will work, it is important to address nutrient deficiencies.