Marie Clear

Marie Clear

AGE

32

Location

Tipperary

HEIGHT

118.8cm

START WEIGHT

10st 3lbs / 64.8kg

CURRENT WEIGHT

9st 9lbs / 61.4kg
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Marie's exercise plan - Day 1

Maries exercise plan was specially devised by Niamh Buffini and David Malone. If you would like more information on Maries plan please email optransrte@gmail.com.

 

Meet Maries Fitness Experts

 

Niamh Buffini

 

 

Niamh Buffini is a former international Taekwondo athlete. Having come from humble beginnings which contributed to her success as a Paralympic and Olympic coach, she used her early life experiences to build her successful skills and experience in dealing with people and communities in sport and business. 

Niamh herself competed at world level in her chosen sport of Taekwondo, with numerous World and European championships behind her, Niamh has beaten the best at their game. Along with this, she competed at the University games 2008 and 2010 respectively where she was chosen to be flag bearer for team Ireland at the 2010 Games, Shenzhen, China. Since competing she has channelled her competitive mindset into coaching and mentoring in both Olympic and Paralympic sports. 

Niamh has been working with Olympic and Paralympic athletes for the past six years, creating world class, progressive environments in her quest to getting athletes to their peak. Along working with athletes Niamh is a university lecture in sports studies and offers personal training to the local community which she is very passionate about. She has international experiences across multi-sports in strength and conditioning application, which has seen top international athletes on her books.

 

 

David Malone 

David Malone is known as a bi-lateral amputee swimmer and Paralympic medalist. He participated in four consecutive Paralympic Games, starting with the 1996 Paralympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia. He won gold at the 2000 Summer Paralympics and held the world record for 100-metre backstroke for ten years. He retired from competition in 2008 and is currently is the performance director for Paralympics Ireland.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maries food plan has been adapted by dietician Sophie Pratt. If you would like more information on Maries plan please email optransrte@gmail.com.