Today’s Mat Classes

  • 10:00 am - Open Mat

Todays Strength & Conditioning Classes

  • 10:00 am - Inspire Circuit
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Welcome to Inspire Performance Centre

The Inspire Performance Centre is a facility dedicated and focused on enhancing your physical performance. Our coaches have more than 20 years of experience in their chosen fields having worked with all level of athletes from the promising young, to the elite, the ones who want to run a 5k for charity and those who want to progress in their chosen sport.

We see everybody in our facility as an athlete not a client or a membership number. You will be treated as a member of the IPC team. We have waded through the training fads and bring you only the tried and tested methods that experience show us work.

We are a lifestyle gym if your lifestyle is about improving your body and mind, whether through weight management and nutritional understanding or becoming fitter, faster, stronger for your chosen sport. If you want to run we will take you running, no treadmills but plenty of fresh air, if you need to shower then you can if you use our ice bath first.

From time to time our bodies break down and at IPC we can fix you with our sports injury clinic, our team of physiotherapists have vast experience in their field working with professional sports people on a daily basis, you can have everything from a full functional screen to a full assessment, with rehab available to you will be well looked after.

We like things plain and simple and  more importantly we care, if that sounds like the environment for you come and see us. We look forward to meeting you.

Clothing/ Equipment/Nutrition

IPC Wrexham stock a range of professional clothing and equipment  suitable for classes at our gym. We also stock  a range of dried Organic super foods to use in conjunction with our nutritional plans.


Latest IPC News

Post Workout Shakes

May 11th, 2017

Recovering from training is essential and something most people do not focus on. Its just as important as the session itself. A lot of our athletes bring their shakes, snacks to the gym with them ready so as soon as they finish training they can start recovering. The quicker we recover the quicker we can train again, the more we grow, adapt and the more productive the activity has become.

Glycogen Intense activity uses glycogen (carbohydrates,sugar) for fuel. This is your petrol for your car (body).  As you exercise you use your fuel and deplete your glycogen levels. This creates fatigue and if you don’t have enough before training a decrease in athletic performance. Consuming carbohydrates straight after working out will start topping up what you have just used and refilling you gas tank. Fruit is fast to digest and absorb so great to add into your shake for after training. Especially bananas, dates, which are triple sugars or some berries which are anti-inflammatory.

Electrolytes (sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, chloride). Electrolytes are critical for the body. They help the body work properly survive and contribute to fluid balance, muscle (and heart) contraction, and nerve impulses. That why pink salt is so important. Pink Himalayan Salt

contains 84 essential nutrients.  85% of it is sodium chloride and 15% are trace minerals. It also contains magnesium which is a vital nutrient.Himalayan salt promotes a healthy pH balance of the cells and regulates blood sugar levels. Pink salt assists in the generation of hydroelectric energy in cells. Therefore it will help regulate your blood after training and add some squeezed lemon into your shake to help bring the body out of an acidic stake and back to an alkaline environment which will also help speed up recovery.

Protein is another macronutrient critical for recovery. Protein is something that takes longer to digest so it is something that needs to be topped up on throughout the day so its already into your system. Plant protein is quicker when it comes to digestion terms so we can add some hemp seeds, hemp protein, spinach, kale into our shake.

Water- the most important. Water is how we survive. Water affects our mood, energy levels, brain function also the efficiency of how our body works. Water affect how many calories we burn, how well we train, recover and perform. Without water we die. Over two-thirds of your body is made of fluid and your level of hydration directly affects recovery. The more dehydrated you are the longer it takes your body to restore to its normal state. When we set we lose water so we must replace our fuel tank.

Easy Options:


Coconut Water with a pinch of pink salt

A Banana

Some Dates



Shake Recipes: Blended

Number One

A Banana

One Handful of Blueberries

One Handful of Raspberries

One Teaspoon of Honey

One Handful of Spinach

One Handful of Kale

One Tablespoon Hemp seeds

sprinkled with pink salt and cinnamon

one tablespoon chia seeds

squeeze some lemon in

250 mil water or 500 mil water

250 mil coconut water or organic almond milk (rude health) optional


Number Two

One Handful of blue berries

one handful of raspberries

one handful of strawberries

three dates (take nut out)

half a banana

handful of spinach, kale, rocket

one tablespoon hemp seeds

one tablespoon chia seeds

1/2 teaspoon pink salt

1 squeezed lemon

500 mil water