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She then went onto study a BSc in Sports Science and Physiology at Leeds University, closely followed by a 4 year stint in the outdoor pursuits industry, starting as an activity instructor teaching climbing, archery, kayaking and surfing, and then moving onto managing the operations of a number of outdoor centres around the UK and Ireland.
She’s always been passionate about getting people involved in sport, fitness and well-being, and is now the VP of Operations for Kettlebell Fever. In July 2013 she also completed the StrongFirst Level 1 course.
Since then he has studied at numerous schools of biomechanics & corrective exercise to help others of any age avoid the same fate.
Years of working in gyms as a group instructor & personal trainer only fuelled his frustration at a fitness industry whose standards were perpetually slipping. As a result, he and Claire & opened their own facility in 2009, based on a philosophy of health above all else.
Claire’s expertise when it comes to strength development, injury prevention and nutrition goes well beyond just theoretical knowledge, this lady walks the talk and has enjoyed a successful bodybuilding career since 1997. Claire has won 20 titles including Miss Great Britain, Miss UK, Miss Wales and Miss International, and now focuses on helping others achieve their fitness goals without compromising their health.
Her qualifications include REPS Level 3, NABBA Advanced Personal Trainer, Advanced Diploma in Optimum Nutrition and StrongFirst Level 2 amongst others.
Claire’s no nonsense, proactive approach has been proven time and time again to work, and her loyal client base are always more than happy to testify to that!
Julian is the Kettlebell Fever director of Clinical Therapy, and with his passion for kettlebells, martial arts and all things strength coupled with his Osteopathic qualifications and experience, he really understands the needs of his patients.
He came to osteopathy late on in life after having seen great the benefit of treatments he’d received for injuries sustained during his career as a Karate instructor (2nd dan) and has never looked back.
His approach is very much wholistic; looking at the whole body as a functioning unit, not just at where the pain is. He utilises a number of different procedures where required, ranging from manipulations, articulation, dry needling to soft tissue techniques and of course, exercise!