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James Brighton is a Senior Lecturer in the Sociology of Sport and Exercise at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK. His empirical and theoretical interests are interdisciplinary and focus on the `sociology of the body', disability studies and inquiry into the socio-cultural dimensions of sport. Diverse methodological interests lie across a range of interpretative qualitative methodologies including ethnography, life history and narrative analyses. He has worked as a personal trainer, gym manager and strength and conditioning coach in England and Australia and been an active participant in gym cultures for over 20 years. Ian Wellard is a Director of the Centre for Sport, Physical Education and Activity Research (SPEAR) at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK. He is a sociologist of sport and the body whose main research interests relate to body practices, movement cultures and physical activity. Much of this research has been generated through ethnographic studies, which draw upon qualitative and reflexive approaches to the ways in which embodied identities are constructed and negotiated. Ian has also been involved in numerous funded research projects, commissioned by, among others, the Youth Sport Trust, Sport England, The National Children's Bureau, The Olympic Committee, The World Health Organisation and The Arts Council. Ian has also been an enthusiastic gym participant for over 30 years. Amy Clark is currently in the latter stage of her doctoral research at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK, focusing on feminism, femininities and the embodied experiences of women in sport and exercise within alternative fitness spaces. She has worked as a fitness instructor and group exercise leader for five years.
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