Speedflex Lombard Street in the City of London will mark its official opening in November by competing against Speedflex Jesmond to burn the highest number of calories in 24 hours of non-stop Speedflex sessions, also known as a Speedflexathon, at 8.00am on Tuesday 12th November 2013.
Speedflex is pleased to announce its affiliation with the Walking with the Wounded South Pole Allied Challenge. The challenge is a major expedition which sees three teams of men and women who have been wounded in active service for their country, race to the South Pole.
Click to see who’s top of the leaderboard in the Speedflex Newcastle Corporate Challenge!
The hot new health news this week is all about scientists in Florida who may have had a breakthrough in the possibility of creating a pill which simulates all of the benefits of exercise in the human body, without having to lift a finger. The research project involved injecting overweight mice with a specific compound which […]
Research suggests that drinking 500ml (less than one pint) of semi-skimmed milk after exercise helps with muscular performance. But why? Rigorous exercise can cause substantial losses of calcium and sodium, which may increase the risk of stress fractures. The body needs fluids after physical activity to replace what is lost through sweat. Fluid intake after exercise […]
You think you know all there is to know about calories? We’ve found over the years that people who are looking to control their weight don’t know as much as they should, for instance, what is a calorie? To give a helping hand we’ve provided a quick introduction to the world of kcals! First things […]
We all know it’s important to drink plenty of water. But, why? Water not only prevents dehydration, but by drinking a glass or two before a meal it can also supress our appetite, making us feel full earlier. Drinking water throughout the day also helps to supress feelings of fake hunger. A lot of the […]
Speedflex is excited to announce the sponsorship of Paul Stewart in his unbelievable IronSpine Challenge in August 2013. In December 2008, Paul was seriously injured in an avalanche which left his spinal cord severely injured. As a result, he was paralysed from the waist down. Through vigorous rehabilitation, physiotherapy and determination Paul can now walk […]
According to the latest figures from the Department of Health 61.3 per cent of adults in England are now overweight or obese. News from the Daily Mail, shows that around 80 people in every 100,000 turn to surgery in efforts to control their weight. Pretty extreme don’t you think? If you ask any health expert […]