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Our Coaches have come up through martial arts so have a keen interest in well rounded strength, mobility and endurance with a view to an always ready performance ability.

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Similar Differences

What do all sports have in common?

Over the recent weeks we have witnessed: The 6 Nations Rugby The Commonwealth Games The London Marathon

Come into Wg-Fit and you’ll meet: Kettlebell Sport lifters Full contact Karate fighters Mountain Bikers Thai Boxers BJJ players Dads Mums Office Jockeys

What do they all have in common?

They are all people All sports are played by people

It’s all 206 bones powered by muscles and wrapped in skin. All of it controlled to perfection by the central nervous system

Your central nervous system


We are essentially the same.

Which means, at the fundamental level, we all train the same.

Go to any gym, anywhere. Or rather, any decent gym with good coaches, anywhere. And you’ll see:

Squatting movements Hip Hinging movements Pressing movements Pulling movements Rotational movements Locomotive movements

Yes, the exact nature of the movements may alter. One gym my prefer Pistol Squats to Barbell Squats. May prefer kettlebell lifts instead of bodyweight lifts

But at the fundamental level, it’s all the same.

The difference comes when looking at the individuals needs.

John may be better with a barbell squat, but Jack is better with a Goblet Squat Angie is better doing single leg work, but Archie needs bilateral lifts

And so on, and so forth.

How do you know if you are John, Jack, Angie or Archie?

What do all sports have in common?

Over the recent weeks we have witnessed: The 6 Nations Rugby The Commonwealth Games The London Marathon

Come into Wg-Fit and you’ll meet: Kettlebell Sport lifters Full contact Karate fighters Mountain Bikers Thai Boxers BJJ players Dads Mums Office Jockeys

What do they all have in common?

They are all people All sports are played by people

It’s all 206 bones powered by muscles and wrapped in skin. All of it controlled to perfectio by the central nervous system

We are essentially the same.

Which means, at the fundamental level, we all train the same.

Go to any gym, anywhere. Or rather, any decent gym with good coaches, anywhere. And you’ll see:

Squatting movements Hip Hinging movements Pressing movements Pulling movements Rotational movements Locomotive movements

Yes, the exact nature of the movements may alter. One gym my prefer Pistol Squats to Barbell Squats. May prefer kettlebell lifts instead of bodyweight lifts

But at the fundamental level, it’s all the same.

The difference comes when looking at the individuals needs.

John may be better with a barbell squat, but Jack is better with a Goblet Squat Angie is better doing single leg work, but Archie needs bilateral lifts

And so on, and so forth.

How do you know if you are John, Jack, Angie or Archie?


The Half Kneeling Press cooked two ways Connor closer to the camera is using a standard version of the lift Austin behind him, a bottoms up grip Two styles of the same lift. Looking for two slightly different outcomes. For two very different athletes. The bottoms up grip emphasises dynamic stabilisation and helps integrate the movement of the scapula into the press. Done in the standard method means you can simple tighten up and grind. No one style is right for everyone Fitting the exercise to the client will trump fitting the client to the exercise every time.

A post shared by Dave Hedges (@dave_hedges) on Jul 20, 2017 at 6:38am PDT


That’s where a good coach steps in. And that’s what makes the “good gyms” stand apart from the rest.

If you’re struggling to find a good gym, have you tried online training? I’m currently rolling out my online programs here: https://marketplace.trainheroic.com/#/org/wild-geese-fitness-training

Regards

Dave Hedges www.Wg-Fit.com