Luke Thompson at Sydney Fight League Our resident heavy fella Luke “T-Bone” Thompson who only this year made the switch to amateur boxing, stepped into the ring for the 6th time since the start of the year (not including his muaythai fights) at Norths leagues club a week ago Friday. He was matched up with […]
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Coach Shane Greenwood ran another one of his fantastic Limber Ninja mobility seminars on Saturday. Attendees went through some gentle warm ups and breathing theory before we started on some more intense work. Scroll down for photos.
Become a limber ninja! Coach Shane Greenwood is back with another one of his popular ‘Limber Ninja’ mobility seminars on Saturday the 28th March starting at 1pm.
We had a great turn out for the ‘limber ninja’ mobility seminar last Saturday with students from powerlifting, Muay Thai, BJJ and Kung Fu attending. Coach Shane Greenwood first covered the important of posture and proper breathing to help prevent chronic shoulder and hip problems. Then the attendees were split into groups where coach David […]
We asked and you told us, Saturday morning kickboxing is preferable for most of you, so here you go: starting this Saturday (19th July) the kickboxing class will run from 10am – 11am, with senior coach Shane Greenwood taking over the reins. Also starting this Saturday, Kung Fu will now run from 11am – midday […]
Last year we ran a couple of very popular seminars focusing on improving mobility. Head strength coach Shane Greenwood is back with another seminar on Saturday the 19th July starting at 1pm.
After an overwhelming response following our last mobility workshop, head strength coach Shane Greenwood has decided to run another mobility workshop, this time focusing on partner assisted stretching. We’ve seen so many people squatting deeper and kicking better since the last workshop, so take this opportunity to have a 90 hour assisted stretching and mobility session, […]
Mobility training can prove extremely beneficial in strength training and martial arts; improving squat depth, correcting technique and reducing pain.