Peter Ramsden was the strength coach
for the Canadian team before attending the last world tournament
held in Jersey, England in 2001.
Team members, under his guidance for strength and explosive speed training, at this year's World Tournament in Kitchener Ontario, Canada, now have a taste for what is required to make a good martial artist a world competitor.
Mark Simon (right) executes a perfect roundhouse against his Austrailian opponent on his way to his gold medal win at the 2004 World Championships.
There are presently many top-level swimmers that have come
to Ramsden Training for dry-land conditioning. Adding strength
and power training to their normal workouts in the water
has shaved precious time from their present records.
Julia Pomeroy (nationals finalist swimmer) is training for
the olympic trials to be held this summer.
Commitment to conditioning, nutrition and skills development
is what aided Kate Ramsden in achieving her national titles
and place on Team Canada in both Jiu Jitsu and Kickboxing.
As the National Champion, Kate earned her spot as the Women’s
Lightweight competitor on the Canadian Jiu Jitsu Team and
travelled to Reno, Nevada to compete in the 1998 World Championships.
It was a gold medal at the 2000 Kickboxing Nationals that
earned Kate her spot on Canada’s Kickboxing Team that
competed in Greece for the World Profi Kickboxing Association’s
World Championships in 2001.
Develop explosive speed and conditioning for your team.
Watch their confidence grow and your position in the league
standings change as your players train in sport specific
and high performance exercises.
Functional training with Peter is designed specifically
to enhance your sport. Training loads and frequency are
tailored to the specific demands of your activity enhancing
leg side kick
Heavy bag training