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Gyms and health clubs aren’t just about helping members achieve proper physical fitness anymore, they’re about changing lives.
Obesity has overtaken smoking as the leading cause of premature heart attacks, which means health club owners, personal trainers and other members of the fitness industry will need to take an active role in combating America’s obesity epidemic.
Gym members are constantly looking for the latest news in proper fitness training, and according to a new study from exercise physiologist Steve Seiler, there may be a right way to do interval training on commercial exercise bikes.
There are certain things that fitness facility owners can do to try and retain as many members as possible: offer the best commercial workout equipment, hire qualified personal trainers and fitness instructors, and ask for member feedback.
The latest fitness trend has users of commercial fitness equipment sprinting through mud, climbing barbed wire and jumping over unforeseen obstacles – no, we’re not talking about U.S. Army training.
Aside from attracting new members with the best commercial workout equipment, fitness facility owners are beginning to embrace a marketing trend that turns their personal trainers into brands that get people interested in working out and excited to come to the gym.
More Americans are asking for workers benefits that include discounted gym memberships and onsite fitness facilities, and gym owners will want to be sure they have the commercial workout equipment that will help employees meet their exercise goals.
Although fitness facilities are all about promoting healthy lifestyles, they’re also businesses, and owners are constantly looking for ways to innovate and make their gyms the best that they can be.