About me

Being my heaviest at 90kg, I knew I needed to make a change with my life and I did. After joining my first gym 7 years ago and getting myself working with a personal trainer, I’ve never looked back. I’ve lost 25kg and couldn’t be happier!

Knowing how much fitness has helped me with my own journey, I’m passionate about my client’s fitness goals and will work with them as hard as I can to make sure they achieve them. No matter the size of your goal, everyone starts somewhere and I want to help you realise your potential and have fun along the way. I love everything there is about fitness and working out and I hope to get my clients to have the same love for fitness as I do.

Don’t hesitate, feel free to come and see me at the club or contact me via text or email to get you started on your fitness journey!


  • Body Transformation
  • Circuit Training
  • Fat Loss
  • Muscle Gain
  • Weight Loss
  • Weight Training


Before & after

  • 10 years difference and a lot of hard work later


90kg one arm kettlebell jerk record

Emily Friedel

In April this year, Pavlos Georgiardis set a new record for super heavy kettlebell lifting. Pavlos mananged an astonishing 10 one arm jerks with a 90kg kettlebell, beating the previous known record by 3 reps.

There are a few things that make this record even more impressive than it first appears. First, Pavlos doesn’t train specifically for heavy kettlebell lifting, he trains for traditional kettlebell sport (so for jerks that’s with 2×32kg bells).

In the days leading up to this effort, he had done max sets of jerks (10 mins with 32s) and snatches (again 10 mins with a 32kg) so he was far from fresh.

Pavlos didn’t wear any wrist protection (just having 90kg resting against your wrist would be extremely uncomfortable), nor did he wear lifting shoes (he was wearing an old pair of sneakers with holes in them).

This record really does represent the true spirit of kettlebell training – nothing fancy is required, just good technique, hard work and a lot of balls.