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about chris
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Full Name: Christopher Andrew Hunt

Occupation: Pilates Presenter and Trainer and CEO

Residence: London, England

Born: May 14 (East London)

Height: 183 cm

Weight: 75 kg

Diet: Vegetarian

Interests: Snowboarding, climbing, golf, yoga, meditation, playing keyboard and guitar, singing, songwriting, running, weights

Chris was born in London . The youngest of four children, he was always interested in music and sport. During his childhood, he sang in choirs and passed all Grades in Pianoforte. He also played football for several teams, including Essex Schoolboys.

 

His interest in music continued, and he was soon playing guitar and writing his own songs. See more by clicking on www.chrishuntmusic.com. His love of sport and fitness saw him enjoy snowboarding, golf, tennis, scuba diving  and rock climbing.

 

He discovered yoga and Pilates in the early 1990’s whilst working in the City of London, and it has been his passion ever since. He was lucky to study from the start with Liz Bussey, a leading Pilates teacher. His interest in Pilates began as a remedy for back pain, but soon grew into a belief that Pilates can help many people, from people suffering through injury, to elite sportsmen and women looking for an edge. He studied and qualified with Belinda Buttery of Pilates Training Solutions.

 

He now presents Pilates all over the world, and is the CEO of Pilates Life Solutions, Sport Core Strength, Pilates Rehab Limited and Pilates Blog. He is also working on other Pilates related products is his efforts to bring Pilates to a wider audience world-wide.

 

Chris meditates at a local Buddhist Centre, and he is vegetarian. He loves to travel, and has visited many countries around the world. Whilst in Bangkok, he qualified in Thai Massage. He continues to love sport, and took part in the Sydney Marathon in 2006 to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital.