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Strength In Depth have arranged a special offer with their sponsors GLC2000

GLC2000 is proud to support Olympians, Commonwealth Medalists and Champions from a variety of sports. Including Crossfit Games Champion 2013 Samantha Briggs, UFC Star Ross ‘The Real Deal’ Pearson and 2014 Commonwealth Games Weightlifting Bronze Medalist Michaela Breeze.

They choose the best to support their training – so should you.


GLC2000 would like to offer you a 10% discount at the event or at shop.glc2000.co.uk.

Use Code: SiDBULLETPROOFJOINTS at the checkout

If you are struggling with any joint issues or have any questions about how GLC2000 can help you, they will have a stand in the main hall at the Strength in Depth Finals.

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Offer Valid until 15th December 2014

GLC2000 has been supporting me for over 2 years

Sam Briggs MU blackwhiteSam Briggs – Crossfit Games Champion 2013
I’ve been asked a lot recently if I think GLC2000 works … One thing I believe in is only being sponsored by companies I use, take or wear, so I can give my honest opinion on their products!
In 2012 I suffered a catastrophic knee injury, during my rehab phase GLC2000UK approached me to trial their product.
Two years later I’m still a GLC2000 UK Athlete and I hope they’ll continue to support me through my career and beyond!
If you have any joint problems I cannot recommend this product enough!!!

Read Sam’s Full Story

How I sorted my Shoulder & Knee Issues

phil hesketh box jump bwPhil Hesketh – 2nd place Crossfit Asia Regionals 2014
After 18 months of Crossfit my body was starting ache.
High volume squatting and pressing was leaving me with a nasty pain in both my knees and in my left shoulder, bench pressing was extremely difficult.
I had tried several brands of omega 3 and joint support to no avail.
Three months later, after taking GLC2000 on a daily basis, my joints are completely pain free and I have hit PBโ€™s on both my squat and bench press.

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Michaela Breeze MBE – Olympian and Commonwealth Record Holder

Breeze Snatch bw
At 35 years of age Michaela Breeze broke her own Commonwealth Games Snatch record from 2002.
She came out of retirement from a back injury with the help of GLC2000. Her hard work and dedication paid off with a Bronze medal beating athletes as much as 16 years her junior.

Read Michaela’s Story