When he isn’t pushing wheelchairs, hospital porter Kais Hussain likes nothing more than pushing weights.

The Huddersfield Royal Infirmary worker is a keen bodybuilder and loves pumping iron to max his muscles. After battling back from a shoulder injury in 2010, Kais recently competed in the Mike Williams 2013 Classic held at Huddersfield Sports Centre.

He said: “I absolutely love my job at the hospital, meeting patients and being part of the team there.

“I can cover many wards in a day so my work helps keep me fit and my bodybuilding keeps me fit for work.”

Kais, 21, started bodybuilding five years ago and won best under 18 and a second place in his first show.

Hospital porter Kais Hussain competing in Huddersfield
Hospital porter Kais Hussain competing in Huddersfield
 

He was also second again in 2010 and has received invitations to compete in Mr Britain.

The Birkby man added: “No matter what position, win or lose, it takes determination and perseverance, drive, and a whole lot of guts to step on that stage and pose in front of 700 paying people.”

Kais is a member of Huddersfield Top Bodies Gym and is a qualified Level 3 Personal Trainer.

He has also made TV appearances on the Active Channel and is the Kirklees College Ambassador for Sports.