Matthew Griffiths is an education provider and personal trainer within the fields of health and fitness. He is an ambassador for CASALL sportswear,  POLAR heart rate monitors, PROCEDOS, BMC Bicycles, KIA motors, SENSA and VIVOBAREFOOT.

Griffiths has presented his ideas in over 25 countries at events such as Asia Fit, Ihrsa, Filex and has also been consulting with companies such as KIA motors, Shell, SAS and Sony.

He developed the 70 workouts in the CASALL T.O.D – Training of the Day which has now over 500,000 users. Griffiths also co-developed the CASALL HIT concept, and is featured in the  CASALL H.I.T IPhone training app Matthew works as a Personal Trainer downtown Gothenburg, Sweden, as well as working as a teacher trainer and PROCEDOS Master trainer, This has allowed Matthew to teach industry professionals and consults for organizations such as Y.M.C.A, AFPT and The Academy PT school. 

He has been used as a reference in several books and publications such as ELLE, MensHealth, GQ, SHAPE magazine, Esquire Vogue, Womens health.

Visit yogobe to download Matthew’s movement and body weight workouts.


"I focus on developing our ability to move and perform with control, strength and rhythm. I work towards movement fluidity, whether it is running, cycling or body work practice"

My training is diverse as I integrate and fuse many training forms into one. It is process of exploring the possibility and capability of what your body can achieve that I find interesting.

There is something charming about training contrasts, the contrasts between environments, speeds and challenges which makes them exciting.

I highlight the importance of conditioning your movement first, as this creates the platform for performing physically well. Building space into the joint structures and elasticity into the soft tissue enables the body to move efficiently through 3 dimensional space. Whether you are a athlete or want that joyful athletic feeling to play with your kids. Moving well and effectively is essential for optimal physical performance.

I work with 3DFT  (3 dimensional functional training), which in concept where we condition the body to move in multiple planes of motion; laterally, forward-backward and in rotation, Research supports the fact that variable movement help enhances human function and reduces potential injury. 

Further more we understand that to develop true authentic functional strength, which gives the most impact when we discuss training and the cross over to sports and life. It is training variability that creates the bigger changes. I pay attention to conditioning the bio systems such as control systems, respiratory,  and reaction systems, In turn this keeps the body alert and sharp both athletically and mentally. Which is ultimately is what WE all want!