March 21-24, 2016 – IHRSA Orlando, FL
The world’s leading manufacturers and service providers for the health club industry identify the IHRSA Trade Show as a ‘must exhibit’ event. IHRSA 2016 in Orlando, Florida has set the stage for yet another sucesfull appearance for SpeedFit’s revolutionary SpeedBoard models.
January 2016 – CES Las Vegas
Speedfit is proud to annouce its presence at “The International Consumer Electronics” Show in Las Vegas. CES is a global consumer electronics and consumer technology tradeshow that takes place every January in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Treadmills without motors, or manual treadmills, are popping up in high-end health clubs and at the CrossFit Games, an international fitness competition. Instead of pressing a button to start a mechanical conveyor belt, users make the belt go simply by moving their feet.
March 19-22, 2013 – IHRSA 2013 – Las Vegas
The world’s leading manufacturers and service providers for the health club industry continually identify the IHRSA Trade Show as the ‘must exhibit’ event of the year. IHRSA 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada has set the stage for another sucesfull launch for SpeedFit’s revolutionary SpeedBoard.
The Speedboard is the first exercise treadmill that lets you run effortlessly, with the same performance and workout you would expect at the track.
While Gunnar Peterson believes that workout staples like weights, medicine balls and crunches work wonders for the abs, he spices things up with new equipment like the SpeedFit SpeedBoard. “You can fly on this thing without the grinding sensation you sometimes feel on a regular treadmill,” says Peterson, who has introduced clients like Kim Kardashian and Jennifer Lopez to the modern marvel.
Most people know their shoe size, so why don’t they know their fitness level? Alex Astilean, the owner of SpeedFit in East Hampton, thinks everyone should. According to Mr. Astilean, a brief fitness routine based on running as fast as possible will produce better results than running longer or for longer distances, which he said wears the body out.
Alex Astilean has impressive credentials as a former world-class athlete. Hailing from Romania, his reputation as a physical trainers has been growing since he came to the United States in 1990. After training stars like Cindy Crawford, Matthew Broderick and Vanessa Williams in his own training facility in the Hamptons, he concentrated his efforts on developing a new fitness routine based on 10-minute sessions of speed running in intervals, which he had been honing for 8 years.
Astilean’s system is called “SpeedFit”, and it was shaped by the philosophy that too much exercise wears out the body rather than keeping it fit.
Most people increase the distance that they run or walk to burn more calories, but this can ruin the body; instead, one should increase the speed in place of distance to achieve a more effective workout.
Astilean Advocates Short, Low-Impact Workouts.
The decathlon, Astilean says, was a two-day event. “The first day it’s the 100, the long jump, the shot-put, the high jump, and the quarter-mile. The second day it’s the 110- meter hurdles, the discus, the pole vault, the javelin, and the 1,500, which is almost a mile. You end with that. And then, of course, you have to warm up for each event. You lose 15 pounds in those two days.”
SpeedFit…Not Another Fat Summer
A trainer pitches no-motor treadmill and speed training
Alex Astilean partnered with Woodway to develop a motorless treadmill that provides a better workout than traditional cardio routines.