Kalan Anglos, Msc., cscs

Bringing an evidence-based approach with a practical-based knowledge to the world of Combat Sports

Kalan Anglos is an Exercise Physiology and Sports Performance Expert with a Msc. Kinesiology degree from  the University of Victoria and the founder of KFit Conditioning. Through his master's thesis research work, Kalan has established and implemented the KFit Test Battery for Combat Sport Athletes, which is recognized by Karate Canada as the standardized test for all karate athletes in the country. Since its inception, Kalan has implemented fitness testing to hundreds of combat sport athletes from across the world, and has personally worked with many of them to improve their discipline. Additionally, Kalan has helped countless individuals reach their general fitness goals by implementing the KFit Conditioning program.  

Kalan's passion for combat sports came at a young age, having trained in karate since he was 6 years old, and obtaining his first degree black belt at the age of 18. He competed in the Canadian National Championships eight different occasions, having reached podium several times. He currently trains in a variety of combat sports including karate, jiu jitsu, and kickboxing and is a coach at Kenzen Sports Karate in Victoria, BC. Kalan is also the Strength and Conditioning Coach for Karate BC.

Every day, Kalan actively helps individuals and athletes improve their fitness levels through both sport-specific and strength & conditioning training. In 2015, he became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) as recognized by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). He has over 10 years experience coaching and training a variety of individuals to help them reach their fitness goals. 

Kalan offers a variety of different services from personal training, to distance (online) training, and athletic fitness testing. 

For more information or to contact Kalan:
email: KalanAnglos@gmail.com
Twitter: @KalanAnglos
Instagram: @KalanAnglos
Snapchat: @KalanAnglos