Liv Grosvenor

“When I was 3 I was diagnosed with a brain tumour and a neurological condition called hydrocephalus. Growing up this impacted my mobility.I spent a lot of time in hospital, had tonnes of brain surgery and put on a lot of weight.

But when I was 14 (against the odds) I got into fitness. I’m 26 now, and cardio and resistance training is a massive part of my life. For a long time my body stopped me from doing a lot of things but training gives me that control back, both physically and mentally.”

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