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Mr 'The Bear' 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
  • Gareth Newcombe

    “Piece by piece… things start to come together. Anytime I felt there was slow progress it was easy to refer back to the Human Flag eBook to find some progressions and new exercises to help and now I’ve redefined my impossible!”

     

  • Kevin Goyverts

    Thanks for all the tips and tricks in your ebook and video instructions. It helped me find the correct exercises to gain the strength and technique I needed for the frog to handstand. It’s great to have the right tools to achieve such goals and redefine my impossible!

  • Mike McCarrick

    Mike redefines his impossible of the frog to handstand after following the video coaching tutorials in our handstand eBook. Here’s what he had to say..

    “I bought the handstand eBook from School of Calisthenics in January to give myself a new goal but you get far more than just an electronic manual (with videos!) – every time I thought I’d hit a dead end Jacko was there to give me technical tips and encouragement. My shoulders have got around 10% stronger (going on bench press and shoulder press measurement) and my core and balance has improved loads. On to the back lever next! “

  • Stephen Tee Again

    Finally! Achieving something you’ve been working towards is a great feeling – it feels even better when it’s something that doesn’t come naturally to me. All thanks to School of Calisthenics and to hard work. Hard work pays.

  • Ed Palmer Again!

    So easy he ‘boshed’ out two in a row… you’ll not believe these were his first ever Muscle Ups at our London Workshop in May 2017!

  • Ed Palmer

    Incredible to see Mail his first Human Flag at our London Workshop in May 2017! Longest hold we’ve seen for the first time… so long you won’t believe this was his first Human Flag!

  • Joe Wood-Lowe Back Again!

    Joe adds the ring muscle to his bar muscle at the London workshop in May 2017

  • Joe Wood-Lowe Once Again!

    First ever Bar Muscle Up for Joe adding it to his Back Lever and Handstand graduations!

  • Lewis Smith

    Lewis Smith redefined his impossible at our weekly Class at H3 Performance nailing his first ring muscle up!

  • Andy Bailey

    At his second visit to the school of calisthenics weekly class Andy added the Ring Muscle Up to his list of achievements!