This month a familiar face in Newcastle steps into the spotlight to share his man crush and how the arrival of his daughter this year has reignited his love of Disney!
We’ve all experienced that mid-afternoon slump, where we can’t stop our eyes from shutting in front of our screens, but you can eliminate the feeling of constant fatigue and make yourself feel better by boosting your energy with these 5 tips.
Frequently captured dancing during his sessions on Snapchat, this month we’re getting to know Speedflex Cork’s Shane, who shares his love of football – Liverpool FC specifically..
Blog post by Speedflex Newcastle’s Vikki Waugh: We’ve all been there; lying in bed, looking at the rain outside and thinking ‘I’d much rather be curled up in bed watching Netflix with a sharer bag of Doritos’.
Earlier this month Speedflex officially launched the studio in Reigate, in local gym One Premium Fitness. So what better time to get you acquainted with Speedflex’s newest Trainers on the block, starting with Lauren!
We all secretly want that peachy bum! But did you know, a well-built bum makes you stronger and safer both during exercise, and in general life. It helps protect your lower back as less stress is put on the spine, allowing a straighter posture, as well as placing less strain on the knees when walking […]
Seemingly a Royal enthusiast, Newcastle Personal Trainer Josie is the youngest, and arguably loudest, of the team. She shares her love of nachos and her goals to have washboard abs in this month’s Q&A!
Name: Iggy Ferrer Age: 34 Occupation: Structural Engineer Iggy trained at Speedflex for 45 minutes a day, five times a week, for six weeks. And his results speak for themselves. In just six weeks Iggy successfully burnt 20,032 calories, resulting in a total weight loss of 6.1kgs, of which 4.7kgs was body fat mass alone. […]
This summer we’re showcasing one of the most enthusiastic fitness fanatics we know, Surrey’s Manager, Gareth Sewrey. The only person to claim a Speedflex machine would be on his list of 3 items he could take to a desert island!
According to researchers (in a report published in the Journal of the American Medical Association) somebody’s risk of having life-threatening heart disease can be determined easily and accurately – using a simple (and non-invasive) test, heart rate recovery.