By Silverfit founder Eddie
Join in our Silverfit #TwoPointSixChallenge
I would like to invite you to take part in our Silverfit 2.6 challenge to help raise funds for Silverfit.
This will be taking place on Fridays 1st and 8th May. On each of these days at precisely 2.06pm, myself and
“The TSB Community Partner Award honours someone who is making a difference to the lives of the people around them. Our winner is an amazing lady who is inspiring people to get fit and active, no matter how old they are. Our winner is the quite remarkable ‘Iron Gran’ triathlete Edwina Brocklesby. […]
An overdue blog, with so much to report, both personal and from a Silverfit perspective!
We are so delighted to have appointed Alan Beer as a part time general manager for Silverfit. It is great to hand over some of the Charity’s operational fun, including all the marketing, leaving me
Saturday 29th June By Eddie Brocklesby Safely home, mega jet lag and exhaustion but it was great to be back with my family, and have further good news about my RAAM cycling partner Hilary Webber (Hils) She has made a fantastic recovery since her serious biking accident in West Virginia […]
Blog post by Eddie Brocklesby, Silverfit Founder and Co-CEO.
What an unbelievably fantastic week I had, and what fun! Fitting in hours of Silverfit, but also the outdoor and indoor training on the bike as I prepare for June 15th 2019 Race Across America and four of us Serpentine Golden
Blog by Eddie Brocklesby
What a fantastic six weeks I have had! It all began with 71 of our Silverfitters finishing the Big Half Marathon – a challenge that most of them would never have thought possible – but, thanks to the support of those who ran the training sessions
As many of you will be aware, our CEO and Silverfit Founder Eddie Brocklesby spent the last year writing her autobiography, titled ‘Irongran’ – a name given to her as she is the oldest British female to complete an Ironman (and is also a gran!)
We are extremely excited and proud to announce our CEO Eddie has written an autobiography!
“At the age of 50, Eddie Brocklesby decided to run her first half marathon. Until that point, she’d done little running, and her exercise regime consisted of little more than chauffeuring her children to