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Qualifications & Training

Doctor of Chiropractic title (DC).
Undergraduate masters degree in Chiropractic from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic (MChiro).
Post Registration Training (PRT) year.
Massage (ITEC).
Sports Massage (ITEC Sports).
Level 2 certificate in coaching Triathlon (L2CCTRI).
Level 2 International Bike Fitting Institute.

Kelvin has also completed a number of weekend courses as part of his continuous professional development: sports psychology, sports nutrition, sports injuries, The functional biomechanics of running, Training Peaks University, Cycle set-up- prevention- and rehabilitation of common cycling injuries, Cognitive behavioural skills to treat back pain, Understanding psychosocial barriers. Kelvin is currently working on a course through The Universtity of Kent - The science of endurance training and performance.

Work History

Kelvin first began working as a Sports Massage Therapist at Eastleigh Chiropractic Centre back in 2000. This is where he became interested in Chiropractic.

After attaining his degree, he initially worked between two practices, one in Wilton and the other in Basingstoke. He has also worked at a practice in Southampton, but mostly spent the last 10 years at a local practice in Alton. He attained his Triathlon coaching level 1 in 2007 and level 2 in 2008.

Kelvin set up Joint Sense Sports Performance in March 2018 to incorporate both, the coaching and analysis aspects of running and cycling as this is his passion.

Personal Life & Achievements

Kelvin has 2 children: Beth and Jamie and his interests include Triathlon & Trail running.

Kelvin's introduction to endurance sport came in 1998, when it was politely pointed out (by his then girlfriend's father) that he was an overweight lazy Englishmen and had 4 months to get fit to do the Cape Argus 105km cycle ride around Cape Town, South Africa. Given a rather heavy mountainbike to train on and an old copy of Tim Noakes - Lore of Running (to learn about endurance sport). He was subsequently told to "just keep riding! Completing this first ever event in 4:06, (and beating his girlfriends father on a much better bike) he found he actually enjoyed the hardship of training and also the fact that the additional body-weight came off. After several local 100km cycle races and a 1000km cycle tour from Bloemfontein to Cape Town, it was fair to say that he was hooked on cycling and training. On returning to the UK, he took part in Hampshire Fire Brigade annual South Downs Way 100 Mile Mountainbike event and although non-competitive placed 3rd in 7:20.

Over the years since, Kelvin has completed trail marathons and numerous trail and road half marathons and completed the entire calender of The Endurancelife Coastal Trail Series in 2015/16, a 10km lake swim in the glacial lake at Lyn Paddern -Wales, the Red Bull 25 hour TimeLapse cycle event, the Endure 24 - (24hr run event), multiple short and long distance Cyclosportives, Duathlons and Triathlons, including several half and full Ironman distances. In 2019 Kelvin has ran the entire South Downs Way, the "Round the Rock" 48 mile ultra marathon taking on the entire coastline of Jersey, ran 50km of The Serpent Trail, completed Ironman Germany 70.3 and seeing the year out with the Great North Run.

In 2020 Kelvin will be returning to full distance Ironman and an "Everesting" cycle challenge, cycling up/down Chalky Hill in Medstead 146 times to reach the height of Mt Everest to raise funds for Broadlands Group RDA.