King’s Lynn gym named as centre of excellence

Professional powerlifting coach James Jeffries (right) celebrates Motiv8 becoming the BDFPA's first centre of excellence with Motiv8 owner Mark Flowers (left) and BDFPA president Neil Thomas.
Professional powerlifting coach James Jeffries (right) celebrates Motiv8 becoming the BDFPA's first centre of excellence with Motiv8 owner Mark Flowers (left) and BDFPA president Neil Thomas.

A Lynn gym is celebrating after becoming the British Drug Free Powerlifting Association’s first UK centre of excellence.

Motiv8 functional fitness centre, based in Plaxtole House, won recognition through its work with professionally qualified powerlifting coach, James Jeffries, pictured right.

As a centre of excellence the gym, owned by Mark Flowers, pictured left, will provide regular training camps, seminars and courses as part of the development of BDFPA lifters. Courses will help lifters’ improve and increase their knowledge of nutrition. Individuals will be able to obtain Skills Active and REPs accredited qualifications. For information call Mark Flowers on 07557517644.

Also pictured is BDFPA president Neil Thomas.