Our coaches take your fitness development seriously, never losing sight of the fact that you’re in a class to learn and achieve your personal fitness goals.
Both of our trainers have achieved their CrossFit Level 1 and 2 certifications, meaning that they have a demonstrated dedication for coaching to outstanding levels.
Like many CrossFit athletes, Aneta played a variety of sports growing up and during her time at university, but nothing interested her enough to take it to a competitive level. In 2012 a friend suggested she take up Crossfit, because he thought Aneta would be the ideal person for what was then a new sport. It was love at the first sight. Within a year Aneta had completed her Level 1 and started coaching.
She also travelled to watch the Regionals 2012 in Copenhagen and decided that this is finally the sport she had been waiting for. It was a slow start. In 2014, she fractured her hand one month before The Open, but still took part and finished 81st, in 2015 she injured her back 2 months before the Open and wasn’t able to take part at all, but she battled through and finally in 2016, finished 27th in The Open.
The 2017 Meridian Regionals was her real breakthrough event, finishing in 17th place and managing to qualify for the top heat, and on day two competing alongside the top girls, which was a massive highlight for her fans and a testament that persistent hard work pays off, after the injuries in 2014 and 2015.
Matt has participated in sports from a young age. Rugby runs in his blood, with a well-known Welsh player in the family. Matt played for university rugby and American Football teams.
Post-uni, Tucker and a friend got involved in more weight training, without being sport specific, which taught him a significant amount about different styles and systems. After a few health scares and an enforced lay off, he got back to productive training and mixed weights with sprint triathlons, but became uninterested by the lack of variation triathlon training gave him, despite enjoying the competitive side. Matt Tucker became introduced to CrossFit through a PT friend about six years ago and hasn’t looked back since. Within five months, he had completed his Level one.
Matt has competed across Europe in the master's category and has spent a lot of time understanding “masters” programming with his own coach, enabling him to have a unique perspective at this level. Matt has a passion for coaching and views the basics of movement as being ‘fundamental for progression’. Having coached for the last four years, he has seen several different ways of doing it and what methods are more productive.
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