Anyone going into competition to train for any sport can really benefit from Strength and Conditioning sessions.  These sessions will highlight any weaknesses and build on them to enhance an athlete's strength, power, speed, endurance and overall athleticism.

FREE Consultation

Book a FREE consultation where we will complete

Functional Movement Analysis

Description of what is involved meaning xyz

Periodised Program

The program will be developed to ensure you will be at peak performance for competitions and events

Complete Biomechanics Screening -

We will complete a screening if there is evidence of weakened joints or muscular imbalances, so that you can have a program tailored to strengthen these weaker areas (see below).

Sessions are booked on a weekly basis and will include added training sessions that the athlete will

be asked to do in their own time, if not with the S&C coach, allowing for suitable progressions

to be made.

ATHLETE PROFILE: Lanina Solley, Great Britain Judo

Lanina is a current member of the 2016 England Judo Squad and GB Junior Squad (U21).  She is currently ranked 3rd in the British Junior (U21) rankings in the -52kgs category after winning bronze at the British Championships in December 2014.  Since then, Lanina has successfully won both Scottish and English Open titles with very strong performances.


Her consistency in competition performances at such a young age is a direct result of the efforts she puts in every time she steps on a judo mat at her club, England National Squad training and at GB National Squad.


Lanina currently trains at Amazon24 Fitness twice a week to enhance her overall performance using Strength & Conditioning concepts.

ATHLETE PROFILE: Matthew Robertson, British Paracyclist

Currently studying psychology and sport at Corelli College in Kidbrooke, South East London, whilst competing in a heavy race schedule, Matthew's aim is to be part of the team in the Japan Olympics of 2020.

Matthew has right side hemiplegia, a neurological condition which affects the part of the brain that controls movement. In 2014, he was inspired to take up competitive cycling and joined Woolwich Cycling Club.

Matthew rides a regular two wheeler bike with adapted handlebars that feature gears and brake levers specifically on the left side.  

In the short time he’s been cycling, Matthew won the silver medal in the Youth Omnium at the Para Internationals and set a National C2 Record for the flying 200m. Winning 3 golds and 2 silvers in the UK School Games Para competition, gave him first place in the overall para-cycling omnium.

K1 Kickboxer

Jakub is the current K1 ISKA World Junior Champion and trains at Unique Gym in Chatham.  He has been competing since the age of 15 and so far has had no losses.

His S&C journey will be working towards his next big fight later this year.