Bronek Wlodarczyk has worked in the field of fitness training for the past two decades. He specialises in strength and conditioning and physical and athletic performance enhancement.


Born in Poland, he was initially introduced to sports and fitness training through competitive cycling and then powerlifting. He tried his hand at a number of disciplines, including athletics, martial arts, football and handball, and has run numerous races, marathons and an ultra-marathon. He is still an active participant in the sport of powerlifting.


Bronek graduated from the Academy of Physical Education in Warsaw, Poland, with a Masters Degree in Sports Science and Physical Education. During the course of his studies, he received his Olympic Lifting and Bodybuilding Coaching Certificates, together with several other instructor awards in athletics, swimming, judo and gymnastics. In all of these disciplines, he was trained by many of the world's top specialists and coaches, including former World and Olympic medallists.


Bronek has worked for a number of leading UK and international fitness chains and is currently a freelance physical performance enhancement specialist and strength and conditioning coach working with fitness enthusiasts, competitive athletes, martial-arts practitioners, bodybuilders and powerlifters, as well as teaching gymnastics to young children.


For more than ten years he has been a volunteer strength and conditioning coach working with elite athletes with physical disabilities (national, European and World Champions and Paralympics medallists) as well as athletes with mental-health problems.


Over the year he's gained a reputation for having an unorthodox approach to fitness training and is renowned for using unconventional equipment and a wide variety of original exercises and techniques to make the toughest of challenges fun.