A traumatic, life-changing event set Kieran on the path to creating The PIT Gym. In 2011, he was attacked, unprovoked, and stabbed through his heart, lung and aorta -- his heart stopped three times.
Doctors said that if he hadn't been so fit and healthy, he wouldn't have survived.
Upon leaving hospital, Kieran struggled with severe depression, anxiety, insomnia and PTSD. He felt frustrated, weak, unconfident and lacked direction.
Desperate to turn his life around, Kieran structured himself a fitness routine to help lift him out of the dark place he found himself in. Over the past 11 years, Kieran has refined this system to the point of perfection: this is the training programme all PIT clients will experience when training with us.
Expect your body, mind and attitude to be totally transformed.
The system works -- as shown by The PIT being awarded the title of Best Gym in the Midlands and Wales at the 2021 National Fitness Awards.
Individually, Kieran has been awarded 'Most Inspirational Person of the Year' at the MBCC awards, 'Businessman of the Year' at the Birmingham Awards, has been featured on BBC Three's 'Amazing Humans' and he was also a baton carrier for the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Harnessing the discipline, emotion and motivation it required to pull himself out of a truly desperate situation, Kieran has channelled all of his experiences into the PIT Body Transformation programme.
Ready to make drastic changes to your lifestyle, habits, health and happiness?
Then you're in the right place.