Session with Mohammed Rahim


We are delighted to host Brother Mohammed Rahim, aka Coach, from Singapore on Sunday 14 November for a truly special session.

As some of you will know, Mohammed Rahim is a former international runner who has competed in major marathons and track competitions around the world training and racing with legends such as Mo Farah and Kenenisa Bekele.

He coaches hundreds of athletes in Singapore including some national team runners. Mohammed was a volunteer with Stanmore Jafferys before moving to Singapore for work in 2009 and last year ran a session for SJ Fitness. We look forward to welcoming him back and continuing to learn from him. Full details of the session are outlined below. 

Programme Details

Sign up

Please complete the simple registration form below checking the 14 November option.


This will be an indoor session with no running involved. The session will focus on how to eliminate pain and perform at your best every single day. It has been designed to cater to the wide sporting needs of Stanmore Jafferys, focusing specifically on:

  • Body posture exercises to enhance symmetry
  • Build strength for power, endurance and speed
  • Learn to use the muscles effectively through correct sequencing
  • Reduce joint pains by increasing the range of motions. 

Covid measures

You are kindly requested to wear a mask for the duration of the session unless you are exempt. 

Date and time

Sunday 14 November 10.45am to 12.15pm followed by namaaz. Prompt start and finish to maximise time available. Please bring a prayer mat and turbah for namaaz. 

Location and parking

Hujjat Primary School Brookshill, Harrow, HA3 6RR. There is limited parking on site through two entrances (see image below). Please note, if you are parking in the staff car park through the Harrow college entrance you must only park in spots designated to Hujjat Primary School. Under NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD YOU PARK IN ANY OF THE OTHER BAYS. We request people to car pool so we can maximize the parking space available. Once the car park capacity has been reached you will be asked to park in nearby streets.

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