What is Crazy Strength?
Crazy Strength is focused on delivering the same high calibre Powerlifting, Weightlifting and Strength & Conditioning coaching experience we have remotely been providing for years, only now in-person, at our new Southern Quarter home.
Crazy Strength Origin
Crazy Strength was founded in 2015 by Head Coach Craig Spicer after his previous work with the Army, BDFPA and Eleiko.
Having been in the industry himself since 2003 and competed in numerous sports to a competitive standard, he finally developed a love for Barbell Sports through the Strength, Conditioning and CrossFit environments.
We are intent on creating the ultimate environment for all strength enthusiasts to thrive at all levels and experience. Crazy Strength provides the following but is not limited to:
Access to fully qualified coaching staff during group and personalised sessions, as well as open sessions with and without coaches.
The opportunity for all levels sporting athletes to access and experienced coaching and programming, for strength and conditioning to improve aspects of their sport.
Fully affiliated clubs through the National Governing Body’s (NGB).
For both Power and Weightlifting athletes of all levels
Both internal and NGB affiliated competitions.
Whole and half-day seminars and workshops specifically dedicated to improving your movement and longevity.
Education stream delivering Power and Weightlifting coaching courses along with Personal Training, S&C and kettlebell coaching qualifications.
Our passion, positive mindset and ethos
From the outset, the team grew from the passion, positive mindset and ethos our brand is well known for Lifters from all walks of life are being produced through passionate technical coaching which instils a hard-working, humble and disciplined educational attitude.
The squad went from a couple of novice lifters to guiding the overall best Male and Female lifters to success at the World Drug-Free Powerlifting Federations World Championships in Germany 2019 and has developed national-level athletes leading up to the Covid lockdowns.