Australian EMS personal training franchise SpeedFit opens Mandurah franchise

Callum Roebuck with his son, Zac and Tasmah Roebuck, with her daughter, Sienna.

Callum Roebuck with his son, Zac and Tasmah Roebuck, with her daughter, Sienna.

An Australian EMS (electronic muscle stimulation) personal training franchise company, SpeedFit, is opening a franchise in Mandurah in September, bringing the total number of studios in WA to 15.

SpeedFit is a European fitness technology that uses EMS machines to mimic the natural action of the central nervous system, sending electrical impulses that contract muscles.

SpeedFit Mandurah is co-owned by 25-year-old Mandurah entrepreneur Callum Roebuck together with SpeedFit chief executive, Matej Varhalik.

Mr Roebuck will run the studio together with his sister Tasmah. They previously ran SpeedFit Myaree together before Tasmah gave birth to her daughter.

"Since my early days at SpeedFit I knew my long-term goal was to eventually open up my own studio closer to home and have my family involved as we are a big fitness family," Mr Roebuck said.

"The only issue we faced back then was if it was possible for us to do."