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  • news
  • Date Posted

    22

    MAY 2019
  • Fitness Finds New Spaces to Grow-Outside in the Elements

    Outdoor Fitness isn't just a general term for playgrounds and walking paths, not anymore. It's the new group exercise space complete with equipment, a year-round community fitness area that doesn't need electricity or staff, is not constrained by walls, and is the hottest trend in fitness right now.
  • news
  • Date Posted

    8

    APR 2019
  • Active Aging Fitness Is Much More Active Than You Might Think

    Baby Boomers are skewing every trend in retail, in the job market, in the transportation and housing markets, and in the fitness market. Unlike the sweeping changes in other industries, the active aging influence on the fitness market shows up in product evolution and some graying of the user community, as the expectations for an active workout using trend-setting, advanced fitness amenities are stronger than ever.
  • news
  • Date Posted

    12

    FEB 2019
  • The Top 5 Fitness HIIT Makers - Necessities to Stay on Top of the Competitive Charts

    HIIT is a definite hit in the fitness realm. Decision-makers in the position of offering fitness amenities to campus, office, multi-family, corporate, or any other community are familiar with the ongoing demand for High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) options, but it can be daunting trying to figure out how to meet that demand without alienating non-HIIT enthusiasts.
  • news
  • Date Posted

    31

    OCT 2018
  • Creating an Accessible Fitness Culture is a Win for All Involved

    Happy and healthy employees are productive employees. Research shows that companies that offer corporate fitness and wellness programs retain their employees longer, pay less for employee healthcare and have a more teamwork-oriented and productive employee community.