Richard Watson
Coventry & Warwickshire's dedicated 5* rated Home Sports Massage Treatments, Mobile Deep Tissue Massage, low level Osteopathic techniques & Home Personal Training for muscle pain, injuries & your Fitness.
Recent review

"Richard's knowledge of the anatomy is incredible and both myself and my partner use him on a regular basis - my issues are work related and need maintaining which Richard does with ease and my partner has full body work, which when we started using Richard his leg muscles were so tight he could hardly stretch out and now can with ease. Excellent, reliable, friendly service - highly recommended."

Louise from Coventry 
Specialist Sports Therapist Richard Watson uses advanced techniques like Sports Massage Therapy, Deep Tissue massage, joint manipulation & corrective exercises to evaluate your painful conditions, helping  Richard administer the correct  treatment, & exercises program  enabling you to reach your goals, all treatments are delivered  in your home. 

Physical problems and pain can be caused by muscular imbalances; muscles that become painful, tight or weak will have a profound affect on your joints and the ability to complete everyday tasks. Home Sports Massage and deep tissue massage treatment combined with stretching plus manipulation techniques can resolve and balance these issues.

Benefit from mobile sports massage treatment in the Coventry, Kenilworth, Leamington and Warwick are; relax straight after treatment at home.
Massage treatments available
    • Sports Massage Therapy
    • Deep Tissue Massage
    • Posture Analysis & Corrective Exercises
    • Back Pain Treatment
    • Sports Therapy
    • Neck & Shoulder Pain Treatment
    • Leg, Knee & Hip pain
    • Injury Rehab Specialist
    • Sports Taping
    • Maintenance Massage
    • Events & Corporate Massage

Richard Watson has been delivering Personal Training, Fitness Training or Sports Coaching for over 26 year in the Coventry, Kenilworth, Leamington and Warwickshire area; Richard has the experience and expertise to design, and plan the most engaging fun Personal Training experience using his expansive knowledge of fitness training. Richard designs bespoke training plans, fitness tests, cycle coaching, 1 to 1 personal training session that fit to your needs.

Gaining the best for your health and sport you need specialist Personal Training, detailed   exercises and specific training plans to fit your goals;  Richard knows having the right  Fitness Training is key to your successful results & goals; from beginner, to advanced athletes, Richard has Personal Training and sports coaching programs that will help you to achieve your highest possible performance and achieve the result you're looking for.
Find out more on Personal Training

  • 1-2-1 Personal Training
  • Hands-on coaching,
  • Training plans via email;
  • Cycle Coaching for Sportive, TT or Road Races
  • HIIT sessions
  • Cycle Studio Classess
  • Boot Camps
  • Circuit training
  • Specialized events workouts
  • Home Personal Training
  • Group Cycling training
  • Fitness Training Camps
  • Dedicated Cycle Club


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Massage Prices

£40 for 50 minutes

£25 for 30 minutes

Personal Training | Sports & Cycle Coaching Prices from

£35 per session

About Us

Sports Therapist Richard Watson
Sports Therapist Richard
Richard Watson has many advanced technical skills including Sports Massage Therapy, joint manipulation and personal training to name a few.

Richard has studied at universities which include Oxford, Warwick and Loughborough plus  many sports colleges.
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Client Reviews
"Richard is working on various injuries picked up during the training. In the short time Richard has been working on the injuries I have some incredible improvement in my training. I can't recommend him enough for his excellent work. "

Review from Mark Wood Polar Explorer.
Cycling Club
Want to be part of something special?

We have our own dedicated cycling club that welcomes all cycling abilities the chance to become fitter and faster on a bike.

Coached plans and rides for free plus participate in group events throughout the year.

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In The Zone

By richard watson 05 Jan, 2017

Although, all of the information that is presented in this article is geared toward the benefits and/or effectiveness of anaerobic high intensity interval training (HIIT) vs. low intensity aerobic training with regards to fat utilization, there is an understanding that some reasons for aerobic training supersede the outcomes. For the sake of pure enjoyment, personal goal setting (training for a triathlon, marathon, road race, etc), and the challenge of competition are all viable and respectable reasons for interacting with long slow distance (LSD) activities. For many people these types of activities are suitable for their lifestyle and enjoyable means of living an active life. The goal of this article is not to discount or diminish the value of physical activity in all its modalities, but to merely present data with regards to optimum fat loss, hormonal indicators, and other factors of cardiovascular and cardio respiratory markers as they pertain to exercise intensity prescription.

By richard watson 01 Nov, 2016
Cancers are classified as a family of related diseases that result from uncontrolled growth and spread of abnormal cells5 that usually become a tumor. The most common causes of cancer related deaths in the United Kingdom are seen in Figure 1 below.The evidence linking low levels of physical activity and an increased potential for development of cancer is growing. More studies are focused on determining if physical activity can be used as a preventative measure in the incidence of cancer.

Figure 1: The 9 Most Common Causes of Cancer Death in 2014

Number of Deaths per Year, All Ages, UK

Cancer Site                Male           Female       Persons
Lung (C33-C34)       19,563       16,332         35,895
Bowel (C18-C20)       8,566          7,337         15,903
Breast (C50)                       73        11,360        11,433
Prostate (C61)          11,287                               11,287
Pancreas (C25)           4,426          4,391           8,817
Oesophagus (C15)   5,213          2,577          7,790
Bladder (C67)              3,614          1,755          5,369
Brain                                2,881          2,342          5,223
Liver (C22)                    3,055          2,036          5,091
By richard watson 05 Oct, 2016

In the world of endurance, it seems that you cannot discuss fitness without discussing VO2 max. Ask any endurance athlete about it, and you will hear epic stories with names like Indurain, and LeMond. Many of you, however, may find yourselves wondering what exactly VO2 max is and why is it so important. To better understand this concept; let’s take a little trip back to school, specifically back to physiology class. According to the Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning textbook, VO2 max is the maximum amount of oxygen in millilitres one can use in one minute per kilogram of body weight (ml/kg/min). In other words, maximal oxygen uptake (VO2 max) is the greatest amount of oxygen that can be used at the cellular level for the entire body. VO2 max has been found to correlate well with an individual’s degree of physical conditioning and has been accepted as an index of total body fitness. Numerous studies show that one can increase his/her VO2 max by working out at an intensity that raises the heart rate to between 65 and 85 percent of its maximum, for at least 20 minutes, three to five times per week. The estimated mean value of VO2 max for male athletes is about 3.5 liters/minute and for female athletes is about 2.7 liters/minute.

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