The Daily Mail covers our 'Work-In' gym event


Medichecks put Nell McAndrew through her paces at the first ever 'work-in gym' to promote our new range of health and fitness checks.


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Nell McAndrew put her gym-honed form on display in all its glory as she turned heads at London's Liverpool Street Station while promoting a new range of health and fitness tests by Medichecks.

The former model and fitness fanatic, 44, slipped into a bizarre, skintight bodysuit which detailed the human anatomy as she rode a stationary bike and lifted weights at the 'work-in gym' in the station foyer.

At the gym, members of the public were given a simple, finger prick blood test which identified specific areas of the gym to use based on the results. The dumbbells were filled with a range of supplements to raise levels of everything from the vital vitamin D hormone to iron, gym balls to target rising city cortisol levels, and the exercise bike was linked to a juicer to promote the need for a balance of exercise and nutrition. 

Nell said: 'I’m so passionate about my health and fitness. I exercise regularly but you just don’t know what is going on from within when it comes to your health, so to be able to find out more with a simple at-home kit and blood test is brilliant.'

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