Workout with World Championship rower Tom George
The ultimate kitchen workout
To help inspire you to get moving during these uncertain times, we have asked elite athletes to share their top motivation and fitness tips! World Championship bronze medallist rower Tom George discovered rowing while at school in Oxford and, at 17, was selected to be part of the GB Junior Team. While studying for his degree at Princeton in New Jersey, Tom rowed for the university team and represented the Great Britain Senior Team at the World Championships. Returning to the UK to take up a more permanent position in the GB team, he went on to compete in the Men’s Eight at the 2018 and 2019 World Championships, winning bronze medals at each, and is now aiming high for the Tokyo Olympics.
Tom’s here to help inspire you to get moving with ‘The ultimate kitchen workout’. All you’ll need is a chair! Are you ready? Put on some comfy exercise gear, grab a chair, and press play ...
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