Wild Geese started as a martial arts club. So naturally when we added Strength and Conditioning (aka Fitness) we were hugely influenced by the needs of the fighter.
You could say that we've had some pretty good success in helping fighters / combat sports guys reach their potential.
Adding strength, mobility and endurance to their already impressive skill sets is often the turning point from being good to being great.
I often tell the story of my own Karate upbringing. When I was around 15 or 16 I had a woeful year. I failed a grading for the first time, I lost in competition, got embarrassed in the Nationals I was so outclassed. And then my instructor, the late Jack Parker, turned to me and said "Dave, you need to get strong" And the rest is history. I've been fortunate enough to help many martial artists and fighters upgrade themselves as I did all those years ago.
Somewhat notable amongst these is Kyokushin Karate fighter Aneta Meskauskiene
When Aneta was brought to us she was ranked 20 in the world. Soon she climbed to number 15 and more recently was voted Fighter of the year in her native Lithuania.
While we've had her work through various training programs, there is one that I wrote for her that I've used with a couple of Kickboxers and Muay Thai guys.
Is this only for fighters?
No, it's for anyone who is already fit and is looking for that edge, that higher level of conditioning.
This isn't a max strength program, nor is it an aerobics program, this is a program for developing fighting fitness, and there's no fitness like fighting fitness!
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This isn't a beginner program, although you don't have to be a world class athlete like Aneta to befit from it. But you will benefit most if you come into this with a good level of strength and athleticism. It will take you from good, to excellent in 12 weeks. Then, you can start over or choose your next adventure