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Mrs Belcher

Head of Power & Female Calisthenics
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Lani Belcher was born to British parents in Australia and grew up in sunny Brisbane. Sport has always been a huge part of Lani’s life. Triathlons, velodrome cycling, Football and hockey to representing Australia for the first time when she was 16 years old on the Sprint and Marathon kayaking Teams. When she was 18 Lani made the move to the UK to follow in her parents footsteps of represent Great Britain for kayaking. Over the last 10 years Lani has represented Team GB at the Rio De Janeiro Summer Olympic Games and collected multiple World and European Championship Medals in Sprint and Marathon kayaking. In 2017 after many years of both high and lows Lani achieved one of her biggest goals and dreams and became the new ICF World Marathon Champion.

Lani is a qualified level 3 Personal Trainer and the newest team member to the School of Calisthenics.

“I started Calisthenics because I love to challenge myself and I liked the idea of moving away from just lifting weights in the gym. I was already relatively strong but learning the patterning and technique is the biggest part to achieving your Impossible.

I have only been on my Calisthenics journey for a year but I have been on a journey to get strong for the last 10 years! When I first started in the gym I couldn’t even do one pull up! It doesn’t happen straight away but by having perseverance, consistency and determination anything is possible!

It’s been great joining the School of Calisthenics coaching team, I’ve really enjoyed learning from the guys in terms of Calisthenics and the coaching but also bringing my experience from professional sport and merging the two. Teaching at the weekly classes in Nottingham and workshops around the UK is one of the best parts of the job. I love helping people to achieve things that never thought their body was capable of and being part of that journey and seeing their face at a class or workshop when they do it is something very special.”

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Graduates
  • Hessel Witkop

    So happy this was my first ‘real’ muscle up, thank you for helping me to redefine my impossible I couldn’t have done it with all the helpful tips and advice from the video tutorials in the Muscle Up Guide!

  • David Barnes

    Well I guess a year ago, I never expected to be able to do a handstand, but now I’ve realised that it’s all dependant on what you put in and following the handstand guides gives you all the exercises you need so you can just focus on working hard on what you put in!

  • James Ward

    Yeah my first one, I felt myself getting close so I set my camera up and guess what… today I redefined my impossible and caught my first ever muscle up on camera! Feels amazing, that you so much guys!

  • Gaurav Rajput

    I failed many times, over and over. But with the help of the handstand guide and the video tutorials to follow I’ve finally redefined my impossible! Now I need to learn to balance for longer at the top!

  • Azhar Qureshi

    Having followed our Muscle Up guide and working through the video coaching tutorials Azhar as managed to redefine his impossible of the muscle up and feels amazing!

  • Pewdiepie H

    Having followed our online training guide at home in India Pewdiepie has worked hard to redefine his impossible of the muscle up and become a school of calisthenics graduate!

  • Harry Davies

    Hi Guys, just wanted to say a big thank you for all of the support through your Facebook and ebooks. I have learnt loads of new moves this year and am feeling stronger than ever. The small videos are great for locking down regressions and new skills! I’ve now redefined my impossible of the muscle up and so excited to have become a school of calisthenics graduate!

  • Simon Lopera Botero

    After following our Muscle up guide Simon has redefined his impossible of his first muscle up!

  • Alester Guillermo

    After watching the videos tutorials I’m excited to become a School of Calisthenics graduate with my first Muscle Up, it feels amazing!

  • JagJit Singh

    The School of Calisthenics have given me the help I needed training on my own in India but following their video tutorials I achieved my first muscle Up