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New products and programs helped group exercise move up the top-10 fitness trends chart.
Viewing core training from a variety of perspectives provides a comprehensive sense of what is...and isn't.
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Stevenson Fitness is leading the pack when it comes to creating a boutique experience in a gym setting. And it starts with how they train their staff.
Clubs are offering more performance training options that help members improve function—and discover what they’re made of.
Creating a great group X experience can add significant value to your club's program offerings and help keep members engaged.
Increase retention and membership value by incentivizing health club member participation in non-dues programs.
Studies have found that HIIT outperforms steady-state cardio in several areas. Here is how your club can use HIIT to help members reach their goals.
CrossFit is now renting spaces in traditional facilities and using their unique offerings to help clubs gain new members and retain old ones.
The landscape of corporate fitness is changing. Make sure you can navigate and anticipate what the future will bring.
What distinguishes your business from competitors? If you're still searching for your 'wow' factor, consider these strategies from industry pros.