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Aaron Page

Aaron is not only a fantastically talented athlete, he has developed into a very knowledgeable strength coach, who is continually learning and applying!


My Story

I first came to WHS because I wanted to get lean. Very soon into my training Tom saw that I had potential as a strength athlete and recommended I alter my training. I have not looked back since!

Training as a strength athlete has improved my confidence not just in training, but day to day. I have literally found what I want to do with my life, which is huge. I was enjoying training so much I have embarked on a career as a fitness professional. It’s been a lot of work and I am always striving to improve and learn more, but I have loved every minute of it.

It took me a while but I soon obtained the necessary qualifications and showed Tom my passion for helping others to achieve exactly what I have. I want to help others build their confidence through strength training.


Active IQ level 2 & 3 in Personal Training
Fascial Abrasion Technique (Soft Tissue Therapy)
Olympic lifting workshop with Tamas Feher
Power lifting workshop with Arram Eghoyan
Strongman workshop with WSM competition Lloyd Renals

Current Sport: Competitive Strongman at Open Weight Category

Biggest Achievements:

UK’s Strongest Man- 6th (2015), 3rd (2016), 7th (2017)
England’s Strongest Man- 2nd (2015 & 2016)
Britain’s Natural Strongest Man- 2nd (2014)

Personality Traits:  Aaron’s friendly personality is his best trait with a close eye for attention to detail

Favourite lift: Log press! A strongman classic and also a very effective tool that can be utilised in all types of training

Favourite Supplement: Kik & Brain Power Sours! A great pre workout combination that helps me get psyched up, motivated but also focused.

Favourite Quote: “You can’t climb the ladder of success with both hands in you pockets” (Arnold Schwarzenegger).

Who motivates me? Any one who is willing to work hard for what they want to achieve!

Contact: Click Here

Articles by Aaron

5 Tips to Improve your Log Press

How to Improve Your Log Clean

3 Tips on Log Press for Beginners

  • Elbow Pain – Tennis Elbow, Golfers Elbow, Tendonitis

    Thinking a cortisone shot would help? You might want to reconsider.

    At Winning Health Solutions I treat many clients with all kinds of elbow pains. Without sounding lazy, I treat almost all elbow conditions the same. That’s because it’s almost always the same underlying issue, your tendons have become adhesed, making the tendon and it’s muscle short. Each time you flex or extend you elbow, you will get a pain signal because your muscle will now be pulling on your joint; compromising your range of motion, flexibility and later down the line affecting surrounding muscle tissue and tendons.

    In order to not make you confused, I will refer to all elbow pains as ‘tendonitis’ in this article.

    Your tendons are very strong bands or cords that attach muscle to bone. Tendonitis refers to inflammation of the tendons, as that is your body’s natural response to injury. The inflammation will cause swelling, pain, pulling, niggling and irritation.

    Repetitive movements such as playing tennis, playing golf, weight training, deskwork, manual labour and so on will put a lot of strain on your muscles and tendons. If your joint keep going through the same range of motion and you never stretch or get treatment such as massage, you run the risk of building up adhesions in your tendons. The longer you live with this niggling pain, the worse it will get. It might start with a small niggle here and there, then become a constant pain and finally even force you to stop working, training and playing with your kids.

    These are some of the most common elbow injuries I treat. They all have the same underlying issue, just in different tendons and muscles, that’s the only reason they have different names (according to my personal experience)untitled

    –         Tennis Elbow, lateral elbow pain

    –         Golfer’s Elbow, medial elbow pain

    –         Elbow sprains, stretch or tear in any of the tendons attaching to the elbow. Pain can be felt anywhere in the elbow

    –         Ulnar nerve entrapment, tingling and numbness in little finger and ring finger

    Most of the time I can get you pain free in just one session and in just a few minutes. It all depends on how long you’ve had the pain for. Sometimes the pain comes back in 3-7 days; I treat it again only this time it takes longer until it’s back. Until eventually, the pain never comes back, as long as you do your stretches to keep it from coming back. Add in Frequency Specific Microcurrent treatments and you’ll enhance progress further.

    Any time you feel a pain or a small niggle, it’s your body’s way of telling you it needs your help to fix something. Don’t wait for it to go away, get it treated and keep living your life pain free. We ask a lot of our bodies every day, remember to give something back 🙂