Next week's ISU Four Continents Championships is the next stop for the 22-year-old, before heading to the Asian Winter Games in Sapporo.
Kerry's last competition was in in December in Zagreb, Croatia, where he finished 5th.
Kerry took a short break over Christmas to physically and mentally rest, before his focus switched back to training for the Championship season and all-important World Championships and Olympic qualifying in late March.
Both he and his coaching staff have developed a rigorous and intensive program, which has pushed him to his limits, and with Four Continents and the World Championships on the horizon, Kerry believes it is a program that has helped.
"Since nationals we've completely re-structured my training plan which has been more exhausting than ever before," Kerry said.
"The main focus has been on improving the quality and consistency of all the elements I have as well as just hammering away at my stamina."
Kerry is predicting a massive season with all sorts of records to be broken over the coming months.
"I feel as though men's skating is at the highest level it's ever been at in all aspects of the sport," he said.
"The minimum standard is incredibly high and it's pushing everyone to go one better."
Kerry will use next week's Olympic test event in Korea as a simulation for the World Championships in Helsinki starting on March 29, where he hopes to qualify for his second Olympic Winter Games.
Quad jumps have been the main focus in his training leading into the test event, with Kerry saying he plans one in his Short Program and three in his Free Program.
"I've successfully been doing clean programs with those two current layouts and hopefully if I can skate the way I have been in training I can set some new PBs by a substantial amount."
The ISU Four Continetns Championship starts next Thursday with Ice Dance, Pairs and Ladies. Kerry will compete on Friday 17 February and Sunday 19 February.