Introducing Freeletics

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The first I’d heard of Freeletics was an email in my inbox. I was intrigued firstly because of the cool name and then because I witnessed before and after photos that only P90X could formerly claim. So what is Freeletics and what could it do for me?


Freeletics is a training programme based around high intensity workouts and training plans. Freeletics uses your bodyweight only and their programmes can be performed anywhere and at any time.


I’ve been on this fitness journey since the birth of my son in 2010. I’ve trained using a variety of methods including running, weight training and boxing. I’m at the point of my training where I need a new challenge so Freeletics couldn’t have come at a better time for me. I plan to start my Freeletics training programme this coming Monday and complete 12 weeks (roughly three months). I’ve taken all my measurements including my body fat percentage and before photos. I’ll share all of this information as and when it improves. Here’s a little introduction video to Freeletics:



I’m really exciting to be trying Freeletics. It’s something I’ve never done before and I’m interested to know if it’s a sustainable and realistic programme. I’m also interested to know what type of exercises I’ll be asked to perform and if I’ll use them in my future routines. I know this is going to be really tough. Just looking at the video above makes me want to cry and curl up into a ball. I’m ready for this challenge though and no-one said this fitness journey was going to be easy.


So Monday’s my big day and I believe it’s my fitness test. Let’s go guys and don’t forget – if you’d like to join me on this journey, click here.


Fitness beyond imagination…


About The Author

Following the birth of his son in 2009, Paul was unfit and sluggish. Since then he's been training using a range of exercise techniques and gained some valuable information over the years. Events he has completed to date are Total Warrior, Pier To Pier, Bamburgh 10k, Hamsterley 10k, Blaydon Races, Newcastle Stampede and over 50 parkruns. In 2012 he created his own challenge called the '12 Days of Christmas.' He raised over £1000 for Percy Hedley by running 60 miles to celebrate their 60 years. In 2013 he ran the '12 parkruns of Christmas' with friend Lee Nyland. The pair raised over £1400 for the Tiny Lives Fund.

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