Health and Fitness Experience
Let’s start with his remarkable achievements as an elite athlete. Rob Hourmont , as documented in Wikipedia, is a former World Cup and Olympic Ski Racer from the United Kingdom. He was the youngest ever British Senior Slalom Champion in 1985 at age 15.
Rob went on to win several Junior and Senior British Ski Championships. He qualified to compete in the 1988 Winter Olympics at the age of 18 — he finished 21st in Slalom from a field of 120 competitors.
Rob was ranked in the world’s top 30 in 1990 as his skiing career ended abruptly due to a training accident, causing severe knee damage. Despite his injury, Rob continued to work on his athletic performance. He re-built his knee and leg strength and could ski recreationally again.
Rob’s many years as a professional athlete and recovery from injury have equipped him with in-depth knowledge of sports, fitness training, nutrition, movement, and recovery therapy.