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Mr Baguley

Head of Strength & Educational 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
  • Rhys Davies

    Jacko check this out bro! 9months worth of work, and then 2. Boom! The Muscle up guide was my first purchase too. Feeling rad. You guys rip it! Couldn’t have done it without the guide.

  • Trude Stormer Vinje

    I just REDEFINED MY IMPOSSIBLE! This little sucker (Slow bar mu) has been in my head for over a year, and now it’s mine thanx to hard work AND The @schoolofcalisthenics for following through with spot on guidence and coaching.

    Sometimes you need someone to tell you exactly what to do! In this case it was to take down the numbers of sessions and get enough rest! Quality over quantity! Amen 😊

  • Chad Clanton Again!

    Well, let’s just say after the first time I got over (not recorded) a very visceral ‘F@#$ YES’ rung out, drawing most of the gym’s attention. But seriously, after months of trying and thousands of pull ups in training, it feels great. Cheers guys!

  • Chad Clanton

    Feels great to redefine my impossible of the handstand. I’ve always had an aptitude for this type of thing so it was relatively easy compared to other graduations. But your personal message was the final piece of the puzzle! Thanks again for helping redefine my impossible!

  • Davide Strianese

    This is my backlever graduation! Thanks for your tips, I’m italian, not many people here practice calisthenics so it’s been amazing to have the help from all your tutorials and training guides for me in Italy!

  • Max Galea

    I’ve been following the videos you guys post and step by step tutorials. Also used your resistance bands to help correct the form too. All the tips really helped!!

  • Daniel Wohlfahrt

    Thank you so much for helping me to redefine my impossible!

     

  • Branco Pieters

    Love the spread of positive vibes guys!!As for the redefining my impossible: ABSOLUTELY AMAZING…!It was so awesome when it finally clicked in my head on how to tilt the hips and push up together!! Thank you for all your help!

  • Ben Davies

    Hey guys! I finally got my Frog to handstand down!! I’ve technically been able to do these for a while now but before I could only get up using a lot of momentum and even more luck (I could only get up 1 out of every 10 attempts and even if I did get up, I wasn’t in a good position to hold the handstand).

    Then I saw your awesome videos and I really went back to the basics, working to achieve stability and control through every part of the motion. It felt like I was starting all over but it was so worth it; now I can get up 4 out of every 5 attempts and hold the handstand every time I’m up! The feeling of stability and control is just amazing. I can’t thank you guys enough for helping me redefine my impossible!

  • Steven Whatley

    It wouldn’t have happened without you guys! It felt amazing however i cannot wait to perfect it! I really cannot believe how fast I have progressed in 3months short months since I started my Calisthenics journey.. BIG Thanks for the guidance and inspiration so far Boys