The basics – How old are you, which university do you go to and what do you study? 22 years, University of Bristol, MSc Nutrition, Physical Activity and Public Health How did you get into fitness? I gained quite a bit of weight in the year before coming to uni. Then in my first year READ MORE
The basics – How old are you, which university do you go to and what do you study? I am 24, doing a masters in Forensic Psychology at the university of Kent How did you get into fitness? When I was 15 there was a death in my family. A year later I was diagnosed READ MORE
The basics – How old are you, which university do you go to and what do you study? Hi, my name is Catrin Eleri Thomas. I’m twenty two years old and I’m a sport and exercise science finalist at Loughborough University. How did you get into fitness? I was a keen athletics growing up and READ MORE
Factfile Name: Shona Hughes Age: 20 years old Weight Class: 63kg PRs: 87.5kg Squat, 50kg Bench, 122.5kg Deadlift Studying: Physics in her second year at University of Kent Shona’s story: I first set about losing weight several years ago and had a somewhat negative relationship with exercise. It wasn’t until a year or so READ MORE
The MASS Team caught up with University of Reading student and female athlete of the year Rosie Howard to find out what it’s like, and what it takes, to be the national champ! Name: Rosie Howard University: University of Reading Course: BSc Archaeology Year of Study: 2 Congratulations! How does it feel to be crowned the READ MORE
Zanna Van Dijk is a Personal Trainer, PhD Nutrition and Bodypower Expo sponsored athlete, author of two ‘guilt-free treats’ ebooks, fitness model, blogger and creator of #girlgains, a social media revolution inspiring girls to become fitter, healthier and happier. But with a first class degree under her belt, Zanna is as accomplished in the classroom READ MORE
Every year a CrossFit Throwdown is held to find the fittest male and female CrossFit Student in the UK. CrossFit Leicester and MASS host “The Student Throwdown” and Bethany Lord blasted her way to victory at the 2014 competition. Name: Bethany Lord University: University of Leicester Course: Physiotherapy Year of Study: Graduated in 2014 Bethany READ MORE
Name: Rachael Tordoff University: Plymouth University Course: Computing Year of Study: 3rd Year Plymouth University Computing student Rachael Tordoff, 20, transformed her body in 12 months. She took on the challenge of a lifetime when she decided ditch the PlayStation for the gym…. and this is what happened! “I feel healthy, happy, and positive in READ MORE
MASS stands for the Muscle & Athletic Sports Society and is a fore mostly a University society. MASS societies are ratified entities of their Students Union, they’re self-sufficient and have a committee of students overseeing each club who organise and run the events for all their members.
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