Tim Doyle is a Personal Trainer and Sports Massage Therapist based in Edinburgh, Scotland
Since Tim started running 30 years ago, he’s run about 70 marathons. He now confines himself to certain hill races such as the Carnethy 5 and Ben Nevis Hill Races, and certain Ultramarathons, The Lowe Alpine Mountain Marathon, The LDWA 100 miler and Highland Fling 53 miler.
He’s also worked his way through the Munros, Hills in Scotland over 3000ft, he has climbed them all and has started climbing them again.
His goal was once to run the 211 mile Southern Upland Way in one go, in 1999 he achieved it and doesn’t want to do anything like it again. He’s always been passionate about health and fitness and decided to make his passion his career and become a Personal Trainer.
Qualified as a Level 2 Gym Instructor, Level 3 Personal Trainer, Level 3 Swedish Masseur Level 3 Sports Masseur. He’s been a PT for 8 years and a Sports Masseur for 5 years
He is also an author having published a self help exercise book , ‘Ageing Fitness: A plan for everyone over 45’ a couple of years ago.
Last year he also published a self help book dealing with running injuries: ‘Running Injuries : A Joint Approach.’
Both are available through Amazon.