Stacey’s Story

Stacey’s Story

Our vision is to see fitness for all, regardless of limitations.

In the last 5 years we have had the privilege of working with countless inspiring clients.

The SpeedFit brand would not exist without the real results that come out of our 13  studios.

We recently have had the pleasure of meeting and working with Stacey Williams, who is a Paralympian who represented Australia at the Sydney 2000 Summer Paralympic Games. We wanted to share her story, as it is an inspiration to all.

Stacey Williams (born 2 November 1981 in Subiaco) was born with an underdeveloped cerebellum. This means that the messages from her brain to her legs that tell her to walk, don’t work properly.

Stacey started to swimming at just 6 months old, due to the convenience of having a pool in her parents backyard.

Before long it was clear she was a talented swimmer and she realised, along with everyone around her, that she could take this further.

Stacey competed in the 2000 Sydney Games and earned herself a Bronze medal in the Women’s 100 m Breaststroke SB7 event.

“Standing on the blocks for my home country was pretty exciting and nerve wracking at the same time” she says.

Stacey now enjoys doing SpeedFit and says it gives her a full body workout. She credits SpeedFit for helping with her balance, and loves the great feeling she gets after the session.

Here at SpeedFit we want to urge all of you to never doubt your ability to achieve your true potential.

Its never too late to start and there is no obstable thrown your way that cannot be overcome!

We are here with you to hopefully inspire you to become the best you can be, no matter what life has in store for you. Find out how SpeedFit can add immense benefit to your lifestyle by contacting a SpeedFit studio today.

View Stacey’s Video here.