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Athletes

26/01/2012
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SOMETHING BREWING AT KINETICA

As these pictures illustrate we spent a day holed up in studios in the West End with award winning photographer Dirk Rees (http://www.dirkrees.com/). Our new advertising campaign stays true to the values that we stand for – to produce the best quality and best tasting sports nutrition product in the market. The ads will be split between our two main categories Power + Strength and Endurance + Recovery. A big shout out to Ben Youngs (Leicester Tigers and England) and Fraser Cartmell (UK Ironman Champion) who both excelled in front... Read More

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FRASER CARTMELL JOINS KINETICA

Kinetica Sports are delighted to announce the signing of three time Ironman 70.3 UK winner Fraser Cartmell. When a triathlete has the pedigree of Fraser its not difficult to see why Kinetica would want the experience and know how of the UK’s finest. For his part having spent the Winter in Stellenbosch his return to competitive action this year will be at the 70.3 race in Exmoor June 19th. In the meantime we will be supplying all of Frasers’ nutritional needs. To celebrate Fraser joining the Kinetica team, until 20th... Read More

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BRYAN KEANE – The Road to (100%)Recovery

Since a serious accident on his bike last year Bryan Keane is now back on the road. Its difficult to imagine when you look at these images how much damage was physically done, luckily his training times have continued to improve as he gets back to the ‘job’ he loves. Below you will find Bryan in his own words and his blog and website are well worth a visit.. if you like triathlons and have a GSOH! “This summer (2009) Bryan Keane finally reached some of the goals he set... Read More

TOMMY BOWE

A sturdy wide man with bags of pace, announced himself on the international stage in November 2004 when he scored on his Ireland senior debut against the USA. A former Monaghan minor Gaelic footballer, Bowe became the first man from the Farney county to play for Ireland in 80 years when he lined out against the Americans. While missing the entire 2005 Six Nations campaign, the Ulster flyer return to play in seven matches in-a-row for Ireland. Bowe has been a regular in the Ireland squad in recent seasons and... Read More

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The business end of the season – stay hydrated!!

Like so many sports it becomes all or nothing at this point in the season whatever sport you play in whatever league. Many do not have the opportunity like Arsenal, for instance to be knocked out of three competitions so quickly and yet still be in the running to win the Premier League, for most of us the mediocrity of mid table plays out in the final weeks. Here at Kinetica we are building toward the end of the season, having an Irish heritage and sponsoring Leicester has created some... Read More

BEN YOUNGS

ENGLAND AND LEICESTER TIGERS SCRUM HALF EXPERTISE AREAS •    Rugby Ben Youngs is England’s scrum half and the youngest ever player to represent the Leicester Tigers. The 21 year old has burst onto the rugby scene after earning rave reviews from the Leicester Academy coaches. After making a couple of substitute appearances,  including an appearance in the 2006-07 Premiership final, Ben really hit his stride last season when his scintillating form earned him the Discovery of the season award and a first England call up. Ben’s first start for England... Read More

JON DENORIS

PERSONAL TRAINER TO THE STARS, EXERCISE SCIENTIST and INTERNATIONAL FITNESS EDUCATOR EXPERTISE AREAS (available for interview, comment, expert features) Kinetica’s Future of Fitness trends for 2011 Health, Fitness & Wellbeing Exercise Science Strength & Conditioning Personal Training Exercise programmes/routines Junkyard training Boot camps Yoga Hybrids Fitness Education Jon Denoris is personal trainer to the stars, exercise scientist, International fitness educator and Kinetica fitness ambassador. Not to mention the founder and managing director of exclusive private member Mayfair gym, Club 51 Jon Started his career with a degree in Human Movement... Read More

BOB CASEY

Name: Bob Casey- London Irish Age: 31 Location: London Weight: 123kg Height: 6ft 7” Sport: Rugby Position: Lock Honours: Barbarians, Ireland Schools, Ireland U19, Ireland U21, Ireland A, Ireland U25 XV, Players’ Player of the Season 2003/04 Club Appearances: 183 Tries: – 6 Country Appearances Won: 3 Drawn: 1 Lost: 3 Ireland Appearances 7 Tries 1 Recognised as one of the Guinness Premiership’s best second rows, Bob Casey has become a London Irish legend in his seven years with the club. He has already made 179 senior appearances and scored... Read More

CORMAC FOLAN

Name: Cormac Folan Age: 26 Location: Galway Weight: 86kg Height: 6ft 1” Sport: Rowing Honours: Member of the irish rowing squad 2005 – present, member of the irish Olympic squad, Beijing 2008 Started rowing 1997 for Colaiste Iognaid in Galway. Achieved bronze medal at the Irish Junior Championships 2001. Gold medal at the Home Internationals, Nottingham in the Junior men coxed 4 in 2001. Won 4 consecutive Wiley Cups with N.U.I.G. Boat Club (intervarsity rowing championships 2003 – 2006) and 6 time National Champion (3 x Senior 4- 2004, 2005,... Read More