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Get in the zone with Immersive Fitness by Les Mills

Photo courtesy Les Mills YouTube channelYeah, we know we say this all of the time, but, really, this may be one of the more diverse editions of This Week in the Fitness Industry. To wit:

  • Les Mills workout puts you 'in the zone'
  • Iraq vet becomes personal trainer to help others
  • Health club chain offering chance to meet KISS
  • Private equity firm sells off clubs

More on each can be found at This Week in the Fitness Industry.

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Technology changing how we train

Lots of talk about technology and latest trends in This Week in the Fitness Industry.

Among the items are an the owner of fitness chain giant Snap Fitness is hoping to score a TKO, while college students have invented a 3D body scan that is being beta tested in southern Virginia clubs. Not to be outdone, a startup has created a workout wristband that shocks you when you miss goals.

Read additional information on these, and more, in This Week in the Fitness Industry.

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Achieving goals helps your relationships and confidence

Here's what we have for This Week in the Fitness Industry:

  • Health and wellbeing in 2014 in Canada
  • Stake in Snap Fitness for sale
  • Great workout, your insurance premiums are now lower
  • Achieving goals helps your relationships and confidence

Read on to check out This Week in the Fitness Industry.

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Study: traveling for work can be unhealthy

Image courtesy of healingdream at FreeDigitalPhotos.netThis Week in the Fitness Industry again has a wide variety of offerings:

  • Wahlberg and Combs unveil sports drink
  • Nautilus offering brand
  • Those who travel for work less healthy
  • Snap Fitness to expand in D.C. area
  • Mass. clubs slapped with violations 
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Healthy choices by Wisconsin representative

Wisconsin Congressman Ron Kind yesterday introduced the Healthy CHOICES Act of 2012. It is a multi-faceted approach to fighting obesity, both in children and adults. 

The act has five areas of impact: Prevention and Treatment; Improving Access for Physical Activity; Improving Access to National Information and Healthy Foods; Realigning Transportation to Promote Healthy Lifestyles; and Research Tools. 

The Campaign to End Obesity Action Fund whcih advocates for changes in federal policy that will enable more Americans to eat healthy and be active, as well as those that provide appropriate medical treatment for patients, applaud the measure. 

Also in This Week in the Fitness Industry:

  • New lightweight sneaker
  • Anytime Fitness is a top franchise
  • Canada chain grows
  • Coalition working to get Minnesota 'fit'
  • blog entries from the week 
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