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Client Diary

Find out what it’s like to be a CK Elite client. Follow the diary of one of our clients as he chronicles exactly what it is like to train with CK Elite.

Air Bike

New techniques for our resident diary keeper

Everything was new this week. After a quick warm up, it was time to learn two new techniques—the front squat...


New ways to torture—sorry, I mean train me

The session over, I was astonished by how badly out of shape I must have been thirteen weeks ago, and amazed at how easy (comparably) I was getting through this stuff now. Chris’s idea had worked—and crikey, it was an eye-opener!

My Poor Legs

Seriously—MY POOR LEGS.

“You might feel a bit sore in your legs this evening and tomorrow”. The entire session had been working on strengthening my legs. Walking to the supermarket round the corner a full two hours later, my legs almost gave way twice.


The “Donny” Workout.

Yes, it was hard. But once it was over, there was no denying that it had been really, really good fun.

Madness Blog

Method to the apparent madness

It all still felt very new, and was still far outside of my comfort zone, but I still felt like I was getting better at it…


I felt like I was getting away lightly

Sometimes, despite your best intentions, life just gets in the way. This morning when I turned up at Chris’ studio, I wasn’t feeling too great. Put another way, I was hungover.

Dreaded DOMS

Swinging my legs out of bed was like moving two planks of wood.

Keep up with the progress of CK Elite's guest blogger as he starts to step up his training. This time he's introduced to the dreaded DOMS.

Making Progress with CK Elite | Guest Blog

Catch up with the progress our guest blogger has made. 'I was still worn out by the end of it, but I could tell how much I’d come on'.

Guest Blog

Going for a nice easy run, or so I thought. Diary of a CK Elite Client

This week, Chris explained that we were going to do something a little different—and compared to last week’s boxing and bear crawls, it seemed like we were going to do something that, on paper at least, sounded easy enough. We were going to go for a run.

Guest Blog 3


“Have you even thrown a punch?” Chris asked at the start of this week’s session. “Errr…” I could vaguely remember getting into a fight with my brother sometime when we kids, but that was two decades ago. “…no?”

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