Keith is a Professional Wrestler, Bodybuilder and Personal Trainer. In 2006 he created the 'Keith Turner Fitness Academy' As well as personal fitness training the academies are also used to train the next generation of fitness professionals with a variety of courses, workshops and seminars. The academies are also open in Notting Hill and Chelsea Harbour. With another 4 set to open in 2007.
In 2007 Keith starts the 'Keith Turner Challenge 2007' which will be 3 charity events in which Keith aims to raise funds for a range of charities and good causes. On January 5th the first event will see Keith attempt an 875 mile log carry from Land's End to John O'Groats carrying 2 x 25kg logs the entire distance for Cancer Research UK.In 2006 Keith created the 'Keith Turner Fitness Academy' As well as personal fitness training the academies are also used to train the next generation of fitness professionals with a variety of courses, workshops and seminars. As well as his main base in Amble, Northumberland. The academies are also open in Notting Hill and Chelsea Harbour. With another 4 set to open in 2007. As well as the fitness expert for the Trisha Goddard show on Channel 5. Keith also works as a personal training specialist for Pure Energy Magazine.
Below is a list of his achievements so far:
April 2000- Trained at the NWA- UK Hammerlock
June 2000- Appeared in World Of Wrestling (WOW) Magazine
July 2001- Wrestled in Ocala, Florida for WWE Hall of Famer Dory Funk JR
July 2001- Appeared and wrestled on FOX51 TV show !BANG!
August 2001- Appeared in Canadian Pro Wrestling Illustrated, 1wrestling.com, Wrestling Observer and variousJapanese sports press
October 2004- FWA head trainer stated that Keith "...has got the brightest future in British Wrestling..."
February 2005- Spent 4 weeks in Louisville Kentucky at the WWE training facility
April 2004- NABBA North Britain 2004 Juniors- 4th, qualified for the British Championships
April 2004- Article and picture appeared in the Newcastle Journal under headline "The Flexible friends"
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