Bio, Net Worth, Age, 12-Week Program, DTP, Gyms, and Home Workouts of Kris Gethin

Gyms, and Home Workouts of Kris Gethin

Kris Gethin, despite his name, is everything from frail. Kaged Muscle, Kris Gethin Gyms Franchise, and Healthkik, which offer fitness programs, vitamins, goods, recipes, and more, are all run by this hulking man.

Kris is a well-known celebrity trainer, fitness book author, and ultramarathon competitor who is one of the most prolific and successful bodybuilders. He manages to do all of this while expanding his fitness and bodybuilding enterprise.

Why is Kris Gethin so well-known?

He is well recognized for inventing the Dramatic Transformation Principle (DTP), a high-volume, high-intensity training method in bodybuilding. It tries to shock the muscles into improving and defining them by employing a variety of repetition ranges, weights, and rest intervals. By gaining maximal muscle, his 12-week program claims to alter a client’s life. A magazine has given a new meaning to DTP by aiming to significantly improve your physique. 


Full Name Kris Gethin
Age 45 yo
Date of Birth 18 August 1974
Place of Birth Wales, United Kingdom
Height 5’8  (172.5 cm)
Weight 185-195 lbs.
Ethnicity British (Welsh)
Also known as Iron Man, Welshman
Lives in Boise, Idaho
Profession Writer/Author, Photographer, Body Builder, Fitness Trainer, Transformation Specialist, Entrepreneur
Relationship status Dating

 Marika Johansson (ex-wife)

Horoscope Leo
Net worth $3 Million (approx. )

HealthKik- $5K,  Kris Gethin Gyms franchise fees- $100K. Kaged Muscle supplements-  $10K. Fitness trainer fees, book sales, and other business deals-$10K.    

License and Certification International Health and Sports therapist
Favorite Training songs           Midlife Crisis” by Faith No More

          “Ace of Spades” by Motorhead

          “Hello” by Lionel Richie

Training Style Dramatic Transformation Principle
Hobby Reading a Book
Social media channels

Instagram @krisgethin

Twitter @kagedmuscle  





Books Body by Design, The Adventures of KAGED MUSCLE, The Transformer, and Man of Iron
Trivia He loves pit bulls, hates pugs and is addicted to tattoos

Is Kris Gethin a natural body builder? - Quora

What is Kris Gethin’s net worth?

Kris Gethin earns money from a variety of sources, with the following projected earnings:

HealthKik monthly memberships are $5K, while Kris Gethin Gyms monthly franchise fees are at least $100K. He probably makes $10,000 from the Kaged Muscle pills.

Other sources of revenue include his employment as a personal trainer, book sales, and other business transactions, which may bring in another $10,000.

Kris Gethin’s Girlfriend and Wife

He married Swedish bodybuilder Marika Johansson in 2007. The union lasted until roughly 2015, and neither of them revealed the facts of their breakup to the public. They are unlikely to have children.

Kris Kaged Muscle is supposedly seeing someone, as evidenced by a video of his new partner getting a tattoo in 2017, one of Kris’ “addictions.” Given that no reports of their breakup have appeared, it’s reasonable to presume they’re still together.

Kris Gethin’s Childhood

Kris Gethin was a motocross rider in his teens before becoming the muscleman and exceptional fitness entrepreneur that he is today. As luck would have it, he was involved in an accident and was informed he couldn’t ride a motorcycle anymore. To heal from a significant back injury, prove the doctors incorrect, and conquer depression, he began lifting weights.

He moved from Wales to Boise, Idaho, in his twenties to work as the editor-in-chief of He was also a previous writer and photographer for Australia’s FLEX magazine. Kris was able to create ties with well-known bodybuilders as a result of these gigs.

Kris Gethin Gyms is a gym owned by Kris Gethin.

Kris went on to become a professional bodybuilder, training notable businesspeople, sports, models, and celebrities. Over the course of his career, he might have had over 10,000 clients. During that time, he has also qualified over 800 personal trainers.

His career as a fitness entrepreneur took off when he became a co-owner of Gethin Gyms, a franchise-driven gym chain with sites in London, Mumbai, Raipur, Kukatpally, Jalandhar, Mohali, and Kolkata. Kris lived in Australia for five years and shuttled back and forth to India to run his clubs.

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Celebrity Clients of Kris Gethin

Kris traveled to India in 2010 to promote his book Body by Design. Hritik Roshan, a Bollywood celebrity, had read the book and was anxious to train with Kris, since he needed to bulk up for an upcoming superhero film. Kris’ boss, who was of Indian descent, persuaded him to teach Roshan, and the rest is, as they say, history. Kris has trained a slew of Bollywood celebrities.

Dorian Yates, one of the best bodybuilders in contemporary history, was injured and later trained with Kris Gethin. Yates, a six-time Mr. Olympia, was seen with Gethin in this training video in 2013.

The remainder of his celebrity clientele stay unnamed.

Kris’ approach is sometimes likened to Jim Stoppani’s 12-week bodybuilding shortcut.

Complaint of Kris Gethin 

Kris Gethin and his then-wife, bodybuilder Marika Johansson, filed a complaint in 2013 against the proprietor of a fitness firm in Bandra, India, who contracted the pair to train Bollywood celebrity Hrithik Roshan and his family without paying them.

Sheru Aangrish, the owner of the fitness firm, has disputed the allegations, and it is unclear what will happen next.

Gold’s Gym and Kris Gethin 

Kris was also banned from Gold’s Gym in Bandra in the same year, on suspicion of trying to “steal” the gym’s clientele like the other fitness teachers. Another motivation could have been to keep personal trainers from selling supplements in the gym.

Kris stated that he had never seen such a prohibition in any of Gold’s Gym’s international locations. For the past 13 years, he has trained at numerous Gold’s Gym locations and has had a privilege membership at Gold’s Gym in Venice, California, for more than five years.

He said that he trains quietly and never tries to poach clients or offer supplements because he runs his company from other platforms.

The Training Principles of Kris Gethin

Kris says his main goal is to help people achieve their fitness, health, and performance goals through his websites, books, podcasts, newsletters, online video trainers, and other media platforms.

He professes to exercise with purpose and efficiency, rejecting the notion that growth is made by putting in more time at the gym.

Kris claims that getting the physique of your desires involves hard effort, dieting, and self-control.

Race Day! | Week 25 | Kris Gethin's Man of Iron - YouTube

The Hybrid Athlete, Kris Gethin

He participates in ultra-marathons, Ironman races, Spartan races, and other sports events as a cross-athlete. Kris engaged the equally famous Alex Viada to help him prepare for the Iron Man.

According to his Facebook page, he is a disciplined fitness coach who only works 5% of the time. He acknowledged that he does not pamper his customers and that he never permits “cheat days” in order to stick to a strict diet. He has also grown more selective in admitting customers, according to his objective of assisting others in changing their life by improving their health.

He suggests doing weight training 3-5 times a week, with each session lasting 45 minutes to an hour. He also recommends doing cardio activities on a regular basis.

Diet and Nutrition of Kris Gethin

He always eats breakfast before exercise since he believes an empty stomach inhibits metabolism.

Kris recommends eating every three hours to boost metabolism. He claims that eating healthy foods and meal replacement shakes on a regular basis helps to maintain blood sugar balance and reduce cravings. Frequent eating also offers your muscles power and strength, as well as providing the body with useful energy.

Avocado, medium-chain triglyceride (MCT) oil, different nuts and seeds, and egg yolks, he claims, provide him with healthful fats. Kris’ usual diet also includes lean protein sources, as well as complex and organic fiber carbs.

Each meal should include a palm-sized protein source, a palm-sized carbohydrate source, and a fist-sized quantity of veggies, according to Kris. Kris also recommends drinking a gallon of water every day and supplementing with performance-enhancing and muscle-recovery vitamins.

Chest & Shoulders Workout | Day 37 | Kris Gethin's 8-Week Hardcore Training Program - YouTube

Advice from Kris Gethin 

Despite his experience in the bodybuilding industry, Kris Gethin feels that one’s complete health and well-being should come first. According to him, the heart is still the most essential muscle in the body. Regular exercise, getting adequate sleep, staying hydrated, and taking vitamins, among other healthy habits, must be prioritized. 

Feeling good is contagious, and you share this feeling with the people you love and interact with. It all starts with how you feel from the inside, and Kris says he loves “helping people find that energy within themselves”. In keeping up with the COVID-19 pandemic, he posted a home workout video for health buffs unable to go to the gym.

Setting the bar higher, pushing yourself to the limit, and enduring in order to achieve are all lessons Kris has taught us.