I am the head strength, conditioning and nutrition coach for Team Ricky Hatton. I am proud to be able to offer my expertise to some of the most professional, committed and talented athletes in the world.
Fighting 4 Fitness was created by Ric Moylan as a fully REPS recognized education tool for fitness professionals to train their clients using fight training techniques.
Good nutrition helps you lose weight, feel better and perform better. With that in mind, myself and nutrition expert Ste Bacon have designed our unique nutrition programming which all of our athletes and clients follow.
Harris & Ross was born out of professional sport, where accurate diagnostics, rehabilitation and conditioning is critical.
Vyomax Nutrition is the sponsor of Team Ricky Hatton and a premium supplier of nutritional products across Europe.
FKPro is the ultimate functional training tool. The FKPro two strap system is market leading in terms of versatility, strength and accessories. FKPro can be used virtually anywhere, is light and easily portable.
Hill Quays is the home of my successful and rapidly growing business, fighting4fitness. Hill Quays is located in Deansgate, Manchester, UK.
Manchester’s premier therapy clinic helping clients with weight loss, smoking and numerous anxieties. Lasting Change are great friends and colleagues of Ric Moylan.
Scott Quigg is one of the rising stars of British Boxing. A cert for world honours in the near future Ric has assisted with Scotts’ conditioning and nutrition for the last 3 years.
Frankie Gavin is the first UK male to ever win gold at the world championships. Upon becoming a professional boxer Frankie approach Ric for guidance and has done so ever since.
Born in Stockport on February 28, 1990, Naomi has been playing tennis for over a decade. From first taking to the court at the age of just seven, the Cheshire-born star showed a real aptitude for tennis. Hard work and dedication were the characteristics which forged a wonderfully successful junior career culminating in her taking the title of UK under 18 girls champion in 2007. Naomi is now 21 years old and continues to climb the WTA world rankings.