Balsall Common’s Paddy Doyle kept up the pace with his remarkable calendar year speed strength and endurance World Record Challenge by stealing two more world records at Stamina’s Gym in Erdington on Monday 11th October to bring his tally to 11 since 31st July. The former paratrooper and ultimate world record breaker has set himself a target of 30 world records to eclipse the existing calendar year record of 29 held by Paul Woodlands.
Paddy’s feat included a one minute push up challenge wearing a 40 lb backpack with a seriously impressive total of 51, which he followed with a record for the most running sprints carrying 118 back pack and two 40 lb dumbells along a 13.05 metre line, where he carried off 25 sprints in 5 minutes.
In the middle of all this world record activity Paddy is also preparing for the imminent launch of his purpose built one-to-one training gym facility, which is now only one week away. Paddy will be offering a wide range of training options in an array of disciplines such as martial arts, boxing and basic to advanced circuit training from his gym which will be the first of its’ kind in Balsall Common. Paddy says,
“The painting and electrics are almost done so we’re just about there getting ready for the launch, I’m really looking forward to it”, although Paddy points out it’s not all about work in the gym, “In addition to the fitness and martial arts I also offer training outdoors in skills such as outdoor navigation and mountain leaders courses”.
More details about Paddy’s gym launch will be published here soon, but in the meantime if you want to train with him personally contact him now on his email address at firstname.lastname@example.org – you can also visit his website at worldendurancechampion.co.uk/.