PHASE SIX CO-FOUNDER
Jay is the Co-Creator of Phase SiX, with his wife, Steph Rose. He specialises in Kettlebell & Steel Mace Coaching.
Jay has an undeniable passion for Functional and Unconventional Training. He loves to train with kettlebells, steel mace, battle-ropes & animal locomotion practice on a daily basis, as well as being a practicing BJJ, and is constantly inspired by individuals who have a similar skill set.
Jay is truly dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of individuals by sharing his knowledge and enthusiasm for a more functional way of training, whilst encouraging a happier & more balanced lifestyle.
Jay is a innovator for fitness, and is well-known for his BJJ-inspired workouts using a Steel Mace or a Kettlebell, making it a game changer for any athlete. Jay not only shows the positive effects exercise has on your own physical and psychological well-being everyday, but can also provide you with an appreciation for what our bodies and minds can achieve when given the correct tools and mindset.
Jay's vision and attention to detail with branding is the reason behind the success of Phase SiX today.
Jay's mission for Phase SiX has always been something more than just a fitness brand, but more of a multi-media company.
He loves to interview other like-minded sports professionals, or pioneers within their individual fields, helping showcase them
spreading awareness and positivity within their communities.
UNITE FOR THE REVOLUTION.
The Benefits of Using Kettlebells
"Kettlebells are designed for all-around fitness versus isolate muscle development.
The weight distribution of the cast-iron bell requires more energy to balance & stabilise the weight during training, making kettlebells the ideal type of training for people who really want to challenge themselves and their muscles."
Squat to Sprawl to Kick Through x2
Lower yourself into a bodyweight squat, jump down onto your hands-arms straight-similar to a cobra position, and sprawl your legs out with control (knees touching the floor-do not slam them down!), slightly wider than hip distance apart. Kick through to the right, then kick through to the left. Jump back up into a low squat, then stand tall and repeat.
Double Kettlebell Push Up
Double Kettlebell Deadlift
1-Arm Clean & Squat
Repeat on the other side
6-8 Reps, alternating sides
Active Recovery Flow
Bacward Shoulder Roll
Kick Thru x2
Forward Shoulder Roll