Australia’s largest Electronic Muscle Stimulation personal training franchise, SpeedFit, has opened its doors in Mandurah.

The EMS technology originated in Europe and aims to improve client fitness in 20-minute once-a-week sessions.

The training can be used for injury rehabilitation, getting into shape or improving overall fitness.

EMS machines mimic the natural action of the central nervous system, sending electrical impulses that contract muscles.

The SpeedFit Mandurah studio on Dower Street will be operated by Callum Roebuck and his sister Tasmah, who previously ran SpeedFit Myaree.

Camera IconThe SpeedFit Mandurah studio will be family operated by Callum Roebuck and his sister Tasmah. Credit: Supplied

“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.

Speedfit chief executive and co-founder Matej Varhalik said he was excited to see the business expand into the Peel region.

“I have a profound affinity for WA and it was my love of Perth that led me to start the business here and become an Australian citizen in 2019,” he said.

“Callum worked his way up through SpeedFit from starting as a trainer to then becoming a studio manager and to now joining us as a co-owner, and it is great to see him succeed and have the ability to bring SpeedFit to his local community in Mandurah.”