Ifan Phillips has shared inspiring videos of his fitness return only one month following being amputated from his leg in the course of a motorbike crash. Hooker from The Ospreys and Wales Under-20s player who is currently 25 could have seen his playing career in rugby at 15s coming to an end following a collision that took place on the 5th of December while he was riding his motorbike all over Swansea. He was taken to the theatre within Morriston Hospital but it was impossible to save his leg. This led to an above-the-knee leg Amputation.
Phillips was extremely positive after his life-altering accident and has stated that he intends to stay active. He’s also expressed his appreciation to those who have assisted in his recovery at numerous times. In the months following the tragic incident, Phillips has shared footage of his exercise routine and has been seen performing the tricep dips to test his upper-body strength.Sharing videos earlier, Phillips declared: “First one back, trying to get rid of himself of his drum , his drum that was his Christmas drum”.News about the news that Phillips is back in the gym will come as not a surprise to those who have been following him for some time.
A former Osprey player and Former Wales National James Hook told BBC Wales on Saturday: “You don’t get where James Hook is with a positive outlook. James Hook will stay healthy. “It was an accident that was not planned which took everyone by surprise. It’s a sad time for his family as well as him. “I’m certain there will be opportunities for him in the future. I wish him and his family the best. “
Phillips has videos of him performing and singing guitar. He has also been praised for his voice and singing ability. At half-time match in Edinburgh at Cardiff, Ospreys and Wales flanker Dan Lydiate added: “He’s quite positive. Maybe he’s already pursuing a music career. ” A total of $74,000 was raised to aid Phillips in his recovery. The goal is to raise the amount of $100,000 in order to purchase the most effective prosthetic leg. The crowdfunding page can be found here.
The night before New Year’s Eve, the thank you message which appeared on the appeal’s website was: “Thank you all so much for your kindness and generous contributions! We’ve now collected more than PS70,000. Each day we are closer towards the goal! Let’s strive to make 2022 the best possible for Ifan. Ifan would like to thank everyone again for your generous donations. It is very touching to hear the gratitude from you everyone. A happy New Year’s Eve to all of you, and all of your loved ones. Diolch. Thank you. “