Paddy’s calendar year world record blitz hits dozen mark


Balsall Common’s Paddy Doyle made it 12th strength and fitness world records since 31st July at Stamina’s gym in Erdington’s Holly Lane, Birmingham, on Monday evening (22nd November 2010). The multi-fitness, outdoor pursuits and martial arts trainer took on this challenge at short notice with a brief to reclaim a brutal step-ups record taken from him by Johny Grube of the USA earlier this month.

The five minute challenge which involved 15 inch step-ups carrying a 50lb backpack required Paddy to beat 158 repetitions and despite the short preparation time Paddy smashed the record with a final total of 164. Since breaking his first world record in 1987 Paddy has broken 192 records, of which 118 still stand today.

Paddy now offers people the chance to train with him personally and his doors are open for a wide range of individual and group training, available both on location and from a new purpose built studio in the grounds of his Balsall Common home. The former paratrooper offers one to one fitness training, martial arts and self defense training along with outdoor navigation and mountain leader courses. Paddy is fully qualified to deliver courses for beginners through to advanced trainees in many disciplines and positively welcomes people looking for an opportunity to train with a true world champion athlete.

Anyone interested in finding out more should contact Paddy via email at pdoyle125@yahoo.co.uk

Look out for our big interview feature with Paddy Doyle, coming soon!

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Comments

  1. Yeah, Paddy Doyle did take back his record. He bested my record by 6. I smashed
    his original record of 141 by 17, now that’s a smashed record. Paddy is my role
    model.