Kettlebell Nation was formed out of a passion. As soon as I first picked up a kettlebell, I was intrigued as to what this small chunk of steel could do for me. I never for one moment believed it would lead to competing at an international level as a Team England member!

35 medals amassed over my 5 years I have been involved in kettlebell sport

Like many who visit this site, this may well be your first look at kettlebells. You have arrived at a good place. I have (and will continue to do so) put all of my current knowledge into these pages. It doesn’t matter what your reasons are for looking at kettlebells. Be it fitness or an interest in kettlebell sport, there will something for you to explore here. So, just for the record, here is a listing of my more notable achievements.

  • 6 x first place WKC (World Kettlebell Club) Pentathlon
  • 2 x OKSE (Organisation Of Kettlebell Sport England) English Champion in the 24kg Long cycle
  • 2 x GSU (Girevoy Sport Union) English Champion in 24kg Long Cycle
  • IUKL (International Union Of Kettlebell Lifting) Veteran World Champion
  • IUKL European Silver medalist in men’s adult division
  • OKSE’s first gold medal winner at an international competition
  • Current UK overall record holder in men’s double 16 kg Long cycle (136 reps)
  • Current UK overall record holder in men’s double 20 kg Long cycle (103 reps)
  • Current UK record holder in men’s double 24 kg under 85kg Long cycle (87 reps)
  • Winner of 2014 and 2016 Online Kettlebell Challenge Cup
  • IUKL Rank 2 certified athlete
  • OKSE rank 2 certified athlete
  • 3 x Master of Sport World Class Rank in IMKF organisation 
  • Internationally Sponsored by Kettleguard
  • English rep for the International Kettlebell Marathon Federation (IKMF)
  • Hosted a Grassroots kettlebell competition in Rushden
  • Hosted GSU English Kettlebell Championships in 2018
  • Regular host of the EKA Open Kettlebell pentathlon championships
  • Member of the NRPT (National Register of Personal Trainers) since 2009
  • Accredited Judge through the IKMF