KEIRAN STEER’S STORY

Kieran came down to our Dunfermline club a few months ago, he was wanting to join a private gym and was impressed with what gym64 had to offer. This 22 year old Paralympian was looking to get back into his serious training. Kieran competed at the Paralympics in Rio in 2016 and has represented his country between 2010 and 2017. His priorities have changed a little bit these days as he is now looking to lose weight and gain muscle for his wedding in 2019. 

Kieran suffers from HMS Type 1 which motor sensory neuropathy. Which means that below his knees and wrists he has no function.
He is now working towards competing in club throw. This is an athletic sport which your throw a 300g club as far as you can, quite similar to the discus and javelin. His next event will be in the summer of 2018. Gym 64 are looking forward to seeing what this man can do. So Good Luck Kieran, all the best!!

“From day 1 I was really impressed with how much interest the staff took to help me progress with my initial goal. It’s really motivating that they really want you too succeed! Whether it be the training programme and diet plan that Martin gave me, the random motivational chats with Iain to keep me on the right track or the push from Anne just to try and make everything I am doing in the gym just that little bit better, she even got me to try Body Combat on the new virtual reality, which is something I never thought I would do. It is definitely what sets you apart from the rest”-Kieran Steer

2018-02-05T13:08:04+00:00 Health, Motivation, Illness|