Before & after

  • Week 1 - Before Week 1 - Before
    Week 12 - After Week 12 - After

    Karissa lost over 10kg in just 12 weeks!



  • Having trained with a number of trainers over the years, Jason is the only trainer I've had who completely understands the mechanics of my body, strengthens previous injury points, and consistently challenges me session after session. His workouts are varied, interesting, fun, difficult, and rewarding. I am thrilled with the results I've seen since training with Jason.

    Louise Perkman, Client


  • Core Training
  • Flexibility
  • Functional Training
  • Rehabilitation
  • Sport Specific Training
  • Weight Loss


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The Kettlebell Jerk Part 1

Emily Friedel

What is it good for?

The kettlebell jerk is an overhead, ballistic kettlebell lift that relies mostly on leg power and aims to use the arms as little as possible. This means that it is a very powerful lift and will allow you to perform more reps or get a heavier weight overhead than you can with the overhead press or push press. Due to its ballistic nature, with higher repetition work done at a decent pace the kettlebell jerk is very good for cardiorespiratory fitness.


About me

I am a passionate and focused personal trainer with over 10 years experience. I have worked in the industry both locally and internationally over this time. My strengths lie in postural correction, rehabilitation, functional movement, weight loss and runners' goals.