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Mr Baguley

Head of Strength + Beginner Development
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Seth “The Bear” Baguley has lived and breathed human physiology throughout his upbringing. He has been an avid learner of human movement and treats it as his greatest hobby to learn more and more.

He has several years experience not only as a personal trainer, but has helped with the conditioning work for several professional athletes around the world. Rather than turning up and only blasting out the hardest workout possible, his focus is on applying intelligent training methodology into his work. In his line of business, getting high quality, long-term results far outweighs a few intense sweat sessions. This approach has married well with the intelligent and thoughtful framework already in place at The School of Calisthenics.

Bear first begun his Calisthenics journey whilst studying in South Africa. After having hit a wall with his Calisthenics progress, he met Tim and Jacko in Nottingham, England. He has since broken through in areas where he’d become stuck! He is now part of the School of Calisthenics team and is everyday eager to progress further.

“I’ve spent so much time and energy trying to lock down certain moves, and looking back I wish I knew then, what I know now. So the main thing I’d say to you, is that no matter where you’re at, ask questions sooner rather than later! You don’t want to spend 6 months with no progress like I did. We’re so excited about passing these things on and helping others redefine their own impossible. So just ask and you’ll be progressing faster than you ever thought possible.”

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Graduates
  • Adrain Benjamin

    “I bought this training program 2 weeks ago. Hoping that it would give me the last keys on my journey of the muscle up. And man it did! 3 weeks ago the bar muscle up was far down in the impossible box. I had watched hundreds of videos on YouTube and was trying all sort of things. But it seemed impossible. Then all of a sudden today 2 weeks after I manage to do my first muscle up without any help!

    The feeling of achieving my first muscle up was extremely good! If you want that amazing feeling of achieving the impossible you simply have to listen to Tim and David. Buy the program, set up a training plan, learn from the videos and all the good stuff that’s in the program. And soon you will be able to get above the bar! Thanks” – Adrian

  • Ross Butler Again

    Don’t usually post anything fitness related, but so pleased I got my first ring muscle up thanks to the School of Calisthenics Muscle Up Guide! I’ve only had it a week…!!!

  • Ollie Marchon

    Former English Rugby 7’s International Ollie Marchon from Marchon Athletic mixing up his traditional weightlifting and seeing the benefits straight away to his training!

  • Ross Butler

    Having followed your videos for quite a while now using the tutorials for when I have ‘play days’ in my training, I’ve finally managed to redefine my impossible of the Back Lever… now its time to attack the Handstand!

  • Peter Smith

    ‘Thank you guys for your continued motivation at the school. Your videos and success stories are what has kept my drive going from free weights to bodyweight and the start of my journey to redefine my impossible of the Back Lever. Handstand and Muscle Up, Here I come!’

  • Graham Parrington

    At 69 years old Graham showing that he can still redefine his impossible of the Back Lever!

    Back Lever Guide here – schoolofcalisthenics.com/product/back-lever-framework/

  • Paul Osman

    Paul came to Calisthenics later on in life than many of us and found it difficult to even false grip the rings at his first workshop but today he’s redefined his impossible!

  • Phil Spalding

    With the help of the Handstand ebook and support of the tutors Phil has redefined his impossible of the frogstand to handstand!

  • Ulf Pettersson

    Thank you to the School of Calisthenics for helping me finally redefine my impossible thanks to their Handstand eBook and ongoing support! – Ulf

  • Tom Miller

    “Having redefined my impossible of the frogstand to handstand I see this as just the start though, like passing your driving test, now time to try & advance further!” – Tom Miller