Strength and Conditioning

Strength and Conditioning

Strength and Conditioning

Strength and Conditioning

2009 was a turning point for Pawel when he suffered a serious knee injury that eliminated him from the sport for over 1 year. That was the time when he got interested in human kinetics and movements. That tough lesson was a good reason to look at the human’s body in a different more aware way.

Since then has been expanding his knowledge in the field of S&C and personal training that both required knowledge of anatomy and human mechanics.

That is why mechanical efficiency and movement quality are a primary focus in FCL. Since the Strength & Conditioning programme has been established and carried out we’re proud the say that FCL is an injury free club.

The primary objective for us is injury prevention that allows for continuous development, followed by performance enhancement

Once this foundation has been established, individualised, periodised programmes are designed to develop the fencer’s strength and power qualities along with appropriate energy systems to maintain sufficient intensity required in fencing.

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