Hydrorevolution is proud to partner with Georges St-Pierre (GSP), a Canadian professional mixed martial artist (MMA) world champion. Georges is recognized as one of the planets best pound-for-pound MMA fighters and all-round athletes who lives in Montreal but travels the world to train with the best coaches and training partners in all disciplines.
After injuring his ACL back in 2011 Georges discovered drag resistance training with Aqualogix equipment and has never looked back. Not only did it help him recover from his injury quickly and efficiently, but it continues to be his go-to for strength and power training. At 37 years of age, Georges claims he feels better than ever before!
Georges passion for drag resistance training prompted him to team up with Hydrorevolution to develop an exclusive GSP training program utilizing Aqualogix and Aquastrength equipment that he believes fitness enthusiasts of all levels can benefit from. Georges states that “the greatest things about the equipment is that it allows you to make your own resistance, it doesn’t load joints, allows you to target specific muscles and the chance of injury is extremely low.” He believes this training system is one of the best kept secrets and should be adopted not just by fellow MMA fighters and professional athletes, but by people of all ages and fitness levels.
Georges Aquatic Fusion Training Program has been designed to help improve your overall fitness, functional strength, power and performance. Regardless of your age, fitness level or location you can now train using the exact same aquatic workout program that MMA Champion Georges St-Pierre used to get back on top and in the best shape of his life.
Georges training program starts with a dynamic land-based warm up to prepare your body for a 1 hour pool session that covers all major muscle groups quickly and efficiently utilizing Aqualogix and/or Aquastrength drag resistance equipment.
This program has been designed to cater for a wide range of fitness levels, the Aqualogix and Aquastrength equipment allows you to create your own resistance, meaning you can control the level at which you workout. The harder you push, the harder the workout is going to be, wanting to take it slow? Simply reduce the tempo for less resistance.