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I’ve had a lot of emails lately asking if there will be any more road shows this year. At the moment I have a lot of projects going on including the book, the hypermobility exercise DVD and looking towards expansion. With all of that being said, I have decided to do one last roadshow, which, in all likelihood will probably be my last. Due to commitments, I can’t travel too far this time so I have capped the workshops to Scotland, the North-West,  the Midlands and Wales as there have been lots emails from there.

Each workshop slot will be 2hrs in duration and cover everything I would do with a regular workshop. Although condensed; you’ll be getting exactly the same including a follow-up regime to follow at home and unlimited remote support from me for as long as you need it, to get the results you desire!  If you are committed to recovery and not just simply interested; a workshop is for you!  Due to the travel element, all fees are non-refundable as that’ll be contributing towards travel costs, venue hire and accommodation. However, due to the travel element again, and seeing multiple people per day, the workshop fee is £100 instead of £180.

Booking needs to be done via email and it has to include: – Full history (diagnosis, medications) – Pain levels – Detail any surgery/surgeries – Detail current involvement (e.g. Physio)

Remember that slots are limited and once they’re gone, they’re gone – and this time it’s for good!

Get booking and see you soon.


Saturday 9th of June – Manchester – 4 spaces

Sunday 10th of June – Manchester – 4 spaces

Saturday 23rd of June- Edinburgh – 4 spaces

Sunday 24th of June- Edinburgh – 4 spaces

Saturday 30th of June- Leeds – 4 spaces

Saturday 14th of July- Cardiff- 4 spaces

Saturday 21st of July- Sheffield- 4spaces

Saturday 5th of August-Birmingham-  4 spaces



Please note all spaces left, are as last updated at  16:00hrs on 08/04/2018.


To book a slot for a workshop please email


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If you want a subject that will make your head spin, then welcome to Part 3- Stretching the truth.  Why can some people do it and feel great, whilst others get injured? Is yoga the devil’s work or is the devil in the details? The myths surrounding hypermobility, in general, are shocking and things only get more confusing when we throw stretching into the mix!….. Read more

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Working with me is hard. Super hard. There’s a long line of people who will tell you the same. Despite the hard journey people walk with me, if things go wrong, someone has a shit day, maybe something in the programme needs tweaking or someone simply doesn’t understand something… I’m there to deal with it. For those that come for a workshop, they are already at a big disadvantage as they only see me for 3 hours! Although I’m only at the end of the phone, and they have my services until they don’t need me… It’s on them to keep moving forward. To get out of bed every morning and do the things you must do, but not necessarily want to do it, is HARD.  So, for Jonny to achieve what he did, by himself, is an absolute testament that if you want it, you get up everyday and you work for it.

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End Of Year Review 2017 – Looking back at a hell of a year!

As another year comes to a close, I take a trip down memory lane and revisit some of the amazing people I have worked with this year. I have a look at how much they have changed their lives, and how 2017 has been in general.  I’ll take a look at the various projects I embarked on and take a look at the ups and downs of this year. This is also the second full year I have taken “The Fibro Guy ” to social media. I’m still blown away by all the support and positive comments, it’s truly appreciated!

2017 has been incredible, but it definitely came at a cost.  This year has been one of the most exhausting, both physically and mentally, I’ve had in a very long time!

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The Brutal truth- A full Fibro recovery

Its normally me who writes these kind of blogs on my clients, but when I asked Heather if she would write a paragraph, she pretty much wrote the whole blog for me 😀 Although not every client will make a total, full Fibro recovery, as some have issues such as bakers cysts, some actually turn out to be fairly deep into the EDS spectrum and other things can be present that make it very hard.  Age I believe is a big part of it, as well as a persons own beliefs, however there is not a single person reading this who couldn’t help themselves to creating a better standard of living. Read more

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*Warning*  *This blog contains some graphic pictures*

Following on from the “Pain is for protection, not damage” blog, I found some brilliant examples to help show you how pain can exist with or without damage. Pain is an output of the brain when you subconsciously deem that pain is an adequate response to the inputs you receive. Remember though, that what we believe, past experiences, how you feel that day, who you are with, why you are doing what you are doing and how you are doing it, can all change how you process the various inputs of the world and ultimately, cause things that you used to do, to now become painful….. Read more

Volunteer wanted

Volunteer post

So…..this is probably going to be the last volunteer post you will see from me. I’m planning on expansion next year, so if there are more volunteer posts it won’t be myself running them.

I’ve read through uncountable “woe is me” Fibro articles on the net and in the press recently, all of which get tremendous engagement. However, should you post a recovery story, its apparent that they must not of had Fibro or some other excuse comes from people.

Once you remove the huge percentage of people with Fibro who are actually undiagnosed Ehlers-danlos sufferers, you are left with a group of people who can make full recoveries. If that upsets you reading this and doesn’t fire something up inside of you to take your life back, then unfortunately, you are part of the problem. Just look at the current Lady Ga Ga drama; blatantly EDS, just watch her music videos.

So as someone who doesn’t like to not be busy, I’m embarking on a new project.

I want someone with Fibromyalgia to help me. I want to film a mini documentary of someone’s recovery. So to preempt the “well they mustn’t have been that bad” or “they didn’t have Fibro then” comments…. I would like someone with severe symptoms.

If you have:

-A fibromyalgia only diagnosis
-Require a wheelchair or sticks to move about
-Claim to have tried everything else
-Are in constant pain
-Can attend the studio (Newcastle) twice per week, for 10 weeks
-Are fully committed to the twice weekly sessions and home regime
-Are willing to come in for an interview
-Are willing to be filmed throughout the 10 weeks and keep a home video diary

Then send an email to


This years success story’s have been pumped out fast and furious. This is because I have been incredibly strict in who I have worked 1:1 this year. So, if you send that email please understand a few things:

-You will hurt through parts of the programme.
-If you do not follow homework, are late or fail to do the foundation work, you are out the door.
-You will have to let go of a lot of beliefs about what you think Fibro actually is.

The last client in a wheel chair was Lisa, who took around 5 weeks to go from a wheel chair to running (see here –

With press articles and indeed what I post on the page, you guys only see the beginning and the end product. You miss so much of the hard work, dedication and stress that goes on in the background. Once this documentary is finished it will be available to watch for free on the YouTube channel. Like I said earlier, so much negativity surrounds chronic pain. I want something to inspire people, something that shows people it’s possible.

People make full recoveries everyday, not just my guys, but all around the world. But, if you are blind to it, you will never see it is possible.

So for everyone who has said they have tried everything, that they would do “anything” to live a different life………the volunteer programme is open.

Adam x

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