Hi, Nick Ruddock here. Maybe you know me, maybe you don’t, so here’s a brief bio:
In my 14 years coaching gymnastics, I’ve done a lot of different things, including assistant, personal and national coaching roles to several GBR international medal winning athletes and teams.
In fact, I was the first ever national coach for Great Britain’s juniors, and I worked closely with Amy Tinkler for a number of years as she ascended through the ranks and clinched the title of British Champion in 2015, as well as a World Medal.
These days, I work closely with a number of Private Clients all over the world, as well as (at last count) 12 international gymnastics federations, helping their coaches to get the very best out of their gymnasts.
When I’m not doing client work, I focus on helping the gymnastics community as a whole, running my own coaching clinics and conferences as well as guest lecturing at other events.
I love my work, and I really feel like I am making a difference.
But there is a problem. A BIG problem.
So much of the great stuff I provide revolves around me and my time.
And just like, you, I’ve only got 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. No more, no less.
Which means one thing: