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Combat Conditioning

A selection of the fitness trainers teaching this class:

Are you ready to step up your fitness game to a whole new level? Then its time you dropped into our new combat conditioning class!

We at Tiger are committed to bringing to you the challenging programs dedicated to helping you become the better and stronger athlete you are mean to be.

The class is non-contact using fighter training methods in a circuit class environment.This is ideal for advanced athletes as it is a great way to prepare the participants for the physical demands that combat sports (MMA, Muay Thai, Brazilian-JiuJitsu, Wrestling and Western Boxing) place upon its athletes. This extremely high paced and high intensity class is for athletes with an advanced level of fitness and training.

The class begins with dynamic warmups, mobility based movements, and then we get into the class emphasis of the day which varies from more strength work to energy system training. Followed by a cool down and stretch, as well as discussion about application of exercises as it pertains to combat sports.

The class is run by John Priest and Andrew Wood. With a combined 20 years experience, John and Andrew offer veteran knowledge in the field of athletic training, both with a focus on high level athletic training and performance enhancement.

So be sure to sign up for this essential class every Wednesday.

We wanted to make sure this class was as thorough as possible in its programming. We wanted to pull on all of the experience of our knowledgeable coaching staff and apply it to an extremely high intensity conditioning class- John Priest

Combat Conditioning is ideal for putting on lean muscle, strengthening tendons and ligaments, improve your overall strength and enhance your cardiovascular level. This class addresses all the physical and mental demands that combat sports place on it’s participants.

If you are looking for a challenging class that will bring you the results you are looking for then this is it.

Pool Recovery Class

The newest addition to the growing popular class Combat Conditioning is an aquatic recovery session which is run Andrew Wood. Featuring a variety of workouts from swimming to underwater shadow boxing. Coach Andrew wood has been using pool recovery sessions for years as one of his methods to strengthen our fighters. One aspect of this crucial training is that it feels more like a recovery compared to the high impact of Tiger’s intense combat sports. There have been many studies that favor this form of training in that it gives the body an opportunity to flush out the soreness and joint pain traditional training can often place on an athletes body.

All that intense wear and tear can be greatly reduced as you float through the water while still engaging movement in your muscles and joints. The added bonus also that you have a great amount of resistance in the push of the water without the hard impact on your joints. This combined with the hydrostatic properties working out in water provides along with diaphragmatic breathing, you will notice a decrease in inflammation and muscular tension which has been noted in “the international journal of Sports Medicine”.

Mixed Photos from the Combat Conditioning class

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Weekly class schedule for the Combat Conditioning

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09:00
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10:00
Combat Conditioning
09:30
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10:30
Pool Recovery ClassFitness Area
Combat Conditioning
09:30
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10:30
Fitness Area
Combat Conditioning
09:30
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10:30
Fitness Area
Combat Conditioning
09:30
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10:30
Fitness Area
Combat Conditioning
09:30
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10:30
Fitness Area
Combat Conditioning
09:30
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10:30
W.O.W (Workout Of The Week)Fitness Area
  • Monday

    • Combat Conditioning
      09:30 - 10:30
      Pool Recovery Class
  • Tuesday

    • Combat Conditioning
      09:30 - 10:30
  • Wednesday

    • Combat Conditioning
      09:30 - 10:30
  • Thursday

    • Combat Conditioning
      09:30 - 10:30
  • Friday

    • Combat Conditioning
      09:30 - 10:30
  • Saturday

    • Combat Conditioning
      09:30 - 10:30
      W.O.W (Workout Of The Week)