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Work It Out

SWEDISH-BORN SPORTS THERAPIST SAMUEL TINGMAN WILL RELIEVE YOUR KNOTTED BACK
PHOTOGRAPHY : SIMONTAYLOR

HOW DID YOU GET INVOLVED IN SPORTS THERAPY?

I USED TO BE A TRACK ATHLETE, BACK IN THE DAY. THAT WAS WHEN I WAS AROUND 17 OR 18. I USED TO HAVE SPORTS MASSAGES FROM THE PHYSIO THERAPISTS AND SPORTS MASSEURS, SO I ALWAYS HAD EXPERIENCE OF IT. IT WAS QUITE A NATURAL TRANSITION FOR ME TO GET INVOLVED IN IT PROFESSIONALLY.

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Celebrating 30 years in the music industry, as they release their new album Super, the Pet Shop Boys cover the new issue of Attitude. Inside, we have the gay Booker Prize winner Marlon James, hunky teacher/model Pietro Boselli, musical theatre star Ben Forster, and a preview of the BFI Flare film festival. There’s a feature on the history of punk, and gay readers introduce us to their mums (ah!) Elsewhere in this Style issue, get up to date on the best of the high street, and what’s on trend this spring/summer.