The Resting Squat – what’s not to like?

I was at work earlier this week and found myself demonstrating a resting squat; the ( unlucky!) person opposite me was in equal measures surprised and impressed but what I found shocking was their insistence that if they ‘ ever got down they would never get back up.’...
Interview with The Telegraph

Interview with The Telegraph

A really exciting week for Rev5 when we had the opportunity to speak with the lovely Victoria Lambert from The Telegraph. It was great to be able to share with her all the enthusiasm we share to promote the benefits of strength training, better referred to as...
Managing Diabetes – It Can Be Done and It Is Worth It

Managing Diabetes – It Can Be Done and It Is Worth It

I recently read that November was Diabetes Awareness Day in America in an excellent article by Kelly Chambers, MS, RD, CDE, an American diabetes educator which I felt compelled to share: November is national diabetes month. It is not easy to manage diabetes, but it...
Profile: Magdalena Wronska

Profile: Magdalena Wronska

Magdalena Wronska joined Rev5 late last year as a trainer, and is now in charge of developing our forthcoming nutrition clinic. If you train at Rev5, it’s likely you have met or spoken to Magdalena and experienced her infectious enthusiasm and energy. She is...
No sweat: the slow-mo workout for the over 40s (The Times)

No sweat: the slow-mo workout for the over 40s (The Times)

This summer, Rev5 was featured in The Times. The full page piece, written by Peta Bee, appeared in the Saturday’s Body + Soul section on 25th July. It gave rise to huge interest and has really confirmed what we suspected: many over 40s feel the need for an...