SpeedFit, Australia’s largest EMS (Electronic Muscle Stimulation) personal training franchise company, has appointed former F45 athletic director Nathan Mageropoulos to the newly created role of head of training at the company.
In this role, Mageropoulos will be part of SpeedFit’s leadership team, responsible for the development, implementation and deployment of training for the group’s instructors, managers and franchisees nationwide as well as oversee the delivery of best practices and innovative training, learning and development across the network.
One of Mageropoulos’ first projects for SpeedFit will be a nationally accredited training course, to help drive expansion across Australia and deliver a consistent experience across all studios.
The Training Manager was created in response to the past 12 impressive months of business where the company experienced 127% year-on-year growth in fiscal year 2020/21, opening nine new studios in Perth, Melbourne, Sydney and NSW Central. Rating.
Most recently, the company opened studios in East Gosford, NSW and Karrinyup and Bull Creek in Western Australia, while preparing to expand into ACT for the first time starting next month.
Commenting on the appointment of Mageropoulos (photo above)SpeedFit co-founder and CEO Matej Varhalik said: “Nathan has shown great results in revolutionizing the fitness industry and we are very happy to welcome him to the SpeedFit team.
“His knowledge and experience in the industry complement our vision of expanding and developing our offer.
“SpeedFit combines science and technology with a personal touch so that each client receives a program tailored to their health and fitness needs. We pride ourselves on being able to do this in 20 minute sessions, which offers a significant benefit to people who lead busy lives and are looking for ways to use their time more efficiently.
Looking forward to his new role, Mageropoulos said, “I have been in the health and fitness industry for over 14 years and it is an industry that keeps evolving or improving what it is. she has to offer.
“Over the past few years we have seen huge improvements in fitness technology in Australia so when the opportunity to work with SpeedFit arose I was really excited to get involved.
“The idea that you can have an effective workout in just twenty minutes is really impressive and being able to tailor each program to an individual is amazing.
“SpeedFit is at the forefront of emerging fitness brands in Australia and I can’t wait to work alongside Matej and the team to help the company take it to the next level.
Based in NSW, Mageropoulos’ career in the industry has seen him work in personal training, group exercise, corporate wellness, strength and conditioning.
He has spent the last eight years at F45 Training, where he was until recently Chief Athletics Officer and was responsible for innovating and improving the athletic experience of F45 Training at their 1,700+ locations in the world.
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